Become a STUDENT Advocate
The Standing With You Initiative is uniquely positioned to serve high school and college-age women, who are the most targeted by the abortion industry. One in five college students are parents. We must show pregnant and parenting students that there is hope, help, and overwhelming support for them. To make this promise a reality, advocates pair activism and education with resources and outreach.
Are you a student who would like to take an active role on your campus or in your community to support your pregnant and parenting peers?
By becoming a Standing With You Student Advocate, you will be equipped with all the resources you need to make sure no woman feels isolated when she finds out she’s pregnant. Student advocates across the country are working on their campuses and in their communities to offer women non-violent pregnancy resources.
Change Campus Policies
Do you know how equipped your school is to support pregnant and parenting students? Most campuses could use improvement. As a student on campus, you can take the lead to draft new supportive campus policies that make your school a more welcoming environment for pregnant and parenting students!
Create a Campus Resource Guide
Take your support for pregnant and parenting students to the next level by creating your own unique Campus Resource Guide, which includes a printable guide of resources specific to your campus as well as being listed as a resource within our Standing With You database among thousands of other resources.
Become a Standing With You Fellow
The Standing With You Fellowship exists to build up student leaders who will leave a legacy on their campuses through projects that will support pregnant and parenting students long-term. Students will be equipped to champion Title IX rights and be mentored by a like-minded leader in the Pro-Life Movement.
Community Door-to-Door Outreach
Did you know about 73% of our neighbors are not aware of their local Pregnancy Help Center? You can be the solution in your community by going door-to-door, starting conversations, and sharing what local life-affirming resources are available to women in need.