BE THE VOICE supports both Students and Staff

Students learn how to reconnect with their peers through our visual and hands-on platform which challenges the reactive instincts that can lead to conflict, and instead promote empathy and inclusion. Our weekly video series feature diverse peer-influencers sharing stories that inspire the student viewer to re-engage. Our monthly peer-to-peer activities entice students to see past their differences as they work together to achieve a common goal. Teachers can focus on teaching, and less on disciplinary measures. Feedback gathered post-campaign has consistently shown a significant decrease in student conflict, resulting in a more conducive learning environment where students feel safe and happy and can focus their attention on academics.

HOW is it different than other school programs?

FIRST AND FOREMOST: It’s Peer-led
Be THE Voice is not an adult-led curriculum. BTV is a student-driven initiative which results in a real buy-in with their peers. Students have a great deal of influence over each other, so our P2P approach allows them to take the lead & inspire change!

SECOND: It’s Video Based
Be THE Voice revolves around 12 videos that feature a wide variety of social-influencers. 65% of students are visual learners, making our video format highly effective with students replicating what they viewed the very same day!
See a true story here:  https://youtu.be/N-9IJBCRTWg

THIRD: It’s Fun!
We carefully craft age-level campaigns for elementary, middle, and high school that feature engaging peer videos, monthly challenges that allow students to flex their "kindness muscle" and logoed merchandise to leave a lasting impression year-round. We work hard to keep our brand, messaging & content on-trend with the youth of today!

FOURTH: It’s Based on Science
Successful behavior modification campaigns require repeating a specific behavior pattern for a period of at least 3 – 6 months. Science has proven that with enough repetition, all the related brain cells involved in the activity eventually connect, and the new behavior becomes an ingrained pattern.