a. Provide meaningful opportunities for student involvement and leadership in areas such as new student orientations, program evaluation and governance, civic participation, and building connections to the community. See Examples, Research, and Tools.
b. Train and hire former students as outreach workers, peer mentors, peer support group leaders, or tutors or teachers. See Examples, Research, and Tools.
c. Engage students in exploring ways to take action to address their common barriers (e.g. lack of public transportation, access to daycare, funding for education). See Examples, Research, and Tools.