Join the RAINN Speakers Bureau

We are always looking for people from different backgrounds who are willing to share their story. RAINN matches Speakers Bureau volunteers with opportunities to educate the public and spread messages of hope.

Join RAINN This April

April marks Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (#SAAPM). To help more people get involved in the conversation, RAINN highlights five ways to speak up and speak out about sexual violence this month. 

National Resources for Sexual Assault Survivors and their Loved Ones

Spread the Word on Social Media

College and high school students can help RAINN educate other students about sexual assault prevention and recovery. 

Speakers Bureau FAQs

Questions about how the Speakers Bureau works? Want to learn more about hosting a survivor at your event? We've got answers.

Practicing Active Bystander Intervention

When you see something that doesn’t seem right, there are simple ways to step in and help a friend.

Related Content

Your Role in Preventing Sexual Assault

Whether it’s giving someone a safe ride home from a party or diverting a person who is engaging in uncomfortable behavior, anyone can help prevent sexual violence.

Read More

Alcohol Safety

There are steps you can take to increase your safety in situations where drinking may be involved. Like any safety tips, they are not a guarantee, but they may help you feel more secure in social situations.

Read More

Staying Safe on Campus

 Sexual violence can happen to anyone, and it’s not the only crime that can occur on a college campus. We can all take steps to increase safety on college campuses.

Read More

Take Action With "It's On Us" Campaign

Five ways you can get involved with the new campaign to fight sexual violence on campus.