Get Involved

Built on the belief that athlete voices must be at the core of a culture change, we offer a number of opportunities to get involved. If you are interested in any of the opportunities below, we would love to work with you!

Athlete Advisory Committee

Youth for Consent Culture aims to inspire a culture of consent, led by the voices of young athletes. Our sessions are designed to facilitate meaningful conversations, supporting athletes to recognize their pivotal role in preventing sexual violence. These discussions cover essential topics such as team culture, healthy relationships, and the concept of consent.

To ensure athletes take the lead in this educational effort, we’re seeking their perspectives on building a culture of consent in sports.

Eligibility Criteria
  • Individuals aged 15 to 30
  • Currently engaged in sports as athletes
Commitment Involves
  • Monthly participation in 1.5-hour meetings
  • Devoting 1 hour to review relevant materials
  • 2.5 hours per month total
Athletes will be compensated at a rate of $20 per hour for their valuable contributions.

Please complete the form to submit your expression of interest.

Athlete Perspectives

Youth for Consent Culture is all about giving athletes a platform to share their thoughts and experiences. In addition to discussion sessions, we also want to promote these important conversations on social media. We are spotlighting athletes who want to share their perspectives on team culture, healthy relationships, and, of course, consent.

If you’re up for joining the fun and getting in on some of our social media action, just toss your email or phone number in the form below! All participants will be compensated.

What will the video look like?
  • Video Duration: 30 seconds-1 minute
  • Content: Athletes answering the question “Why healthy relationships/team culture/consent are important in sports?”
  • Setting: Athletes should be in their jersey/kit or on the field/where they practice.
  • Aspect Ratio: Filmed in portrait mode, same dimensions as a reel or TikTok (e.g., 9:16 aspect ratio).
  • Audio: Filmed in a quiet space with clear audio.
  • Video Quality: Encourage high-quality and well-lit video submissions.

Checkout an example here:

Shift Shorts

The Queen’s Shift Project & Youth for Consent Culture are looking for students to be a part of ‘Shift Shorts’, a collection of videos filmed for social media that aim to highlight diverse student perspectives at Queen’s.
Eligibility Criteria
  • Queen’s University Student


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