As a student leader, you work hard to solve big problems - from revitalizing your student government to perform more effectively, to securing more money for higher education at the state house. For 30 years the Student Empowerment Training Project has worked with student governments to help them produce results for their constituents. We worked with students from the University of Maryland and Towson University to position higher
education as a top priority in the next state budget. We provided the Associated Students of Colorado with weekly consultation to aid them in the formation of their twelve-campus state student association, enabling them to pool their enthusiasm, skills, and resources to have a larger statewide impact on higher education.
The Student Empowerment Training Project's consultation services will provide your student government with the resources, advice, and tools you need to win victories on the issues that matter to students.
What People Are Saying About the SET Project's Consultation Services
Jay Gage - President, Student Association of Michigan 2011-2012
"The SET Project's staff came in having done a ton of research into Michigan's political lay of the land; their training on messaging and lobbying was incredibly useful; and their ongoing consultation with us helped us successfully organize a rally and lobby day in Lansing with over 300 students! Since then, the SET Project has continued to be a constant resource as we advocate for Michigan students and continue to build our organization."
Blake Gibson - Chairman, Associated Students of Colorado 2007-2008
"The SET Project has been essential in establishing the Associated Students of Colorado. Without their expertise in training and development, we would not have been as successful in establishing a state student association. Thanks to their work with us, students in Colorado enjoy an ever-increasing level of advocacy, representation, and services on higher education issues. With such large challenges looming in the future for higher education in Colorado, the SET Project is helping ASC fight for a secure future for students."