Campus Leadership Program

College age group of womenFUTURES’ Campus Leaders Fellowship program convenes graduate-level students from across the country looking to make a difference on their campuses. Each year, a cohort of students from a diverse range of health care fields–including medicine, nursing, public health, social work, and more–are selected to participate in the program.

Campus leaders receive guidance from FUTURES staff, mentorship from previous cohorts, and support from fellow campus leaders across the country to help improve responses to gender-based violence at their schools. Campus leaders receive access to FUTURES’ resources and materials, participate in regular knowledge-sharing among their peers, and interact with a vibrant learning community of campus activists.


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The Campus Leaders Fellowship Program is a unique opportunity to change university policies, enhance curriculum, and help shift campus culture surrounding dating violence, domestic violence, and sexual assault. A call for applications for the Fellowship is announced in the Spring of every year.

The Campus Leaders Fellowship Program is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families. Learn more about other Futures Without Violence Health programs.

Applications for the Campus Leaders Fellowship are available each Spring. Check back for more information, or email Lisa Sohn at