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Be a One Love Student Leader!

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One Love teaches about the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships and empowers individuals like you to bring this education back to your friends.

 

Students can: 1. Join our national yearlong program, 2. Start or join a Team One Love Club at their school, or 3. Become a social media ambassador. Together, we can help prevent abusive relationships and show others how to love better.

One Love Student Leadership Opportunities

Learn how you can bring One Love to your community. Need additional support or accommodations to join these programs? Email us at [email protected]

Student Leadership Program

Calling all high school and college students! Join this year-long program to get trained about the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships, and learn how to bring this education back to your school. You’ll gain valuable skills and build a network of passionate peer activists.
Monthly Commitment: 4-10 hours

Team One Love Clubs

Team One Love Clubs are a way to bring One Love and our education about healthy and unhealthy relationships to your school. These clubs host workshops, fundraisers, and more to help spread our mission! Want to start a club at your school or already have a club? Officially register it with One Love for the 2022-2023 school year!

See how other students are bringing One Love to their community:

“With One Love, I have been able to customize workshops with my Team One Love Club members. We used pop-culture clips from modern films to talk about the 10 signs of a healthy and unhealthy relationship and all the other things that happen in the college setting like hook up culture. I’m so proud of the education we were able to bring to the Cornell community!”

Sydney Browne
(she/her)

“As a teenager in today’s world, I have seen the way that unhealthy relationships have been depicted and glorified in the media. Today’s youth have to juggle navigating hook-up culture, staying safe online, and more. One Love has given me the tools and resources to educate myself and my peers on how to Love Better.”

Dakota Bartley
(he/him)

“I didn’t have to stay in a relationship just because I loved them. At the end of the day, just loving someone isn’t enough. There are so many other important aspects (communication, respect, etc.) that help keep a relationship, whether romantic or platonic, afloat! Another important thing that I wish I knew is that you are still allowed to be your own person in a relationship! You can have your own hobbies and interests apart from your partner. From being in a previous relationship, and my relationship now, I’ve realized that it is so important to learn from mistakes/mishaps and to grown together from them! The more we learn, the better we love.”

@brookemotivates