Cultivating the intersection of sport and social justice to challenge perceptions through bystander education.
Using sport to foster the positive development and long-term success of today’s youth.
Harnessing the power and appeal of sport as a catalyst for social change in communities across the globe.
Connecting athletes to higher education opportunities.
We use sport as a social justice platform to educate and support athletes, organizations, and emerging leaders. Click below to learn more about all of the programs we have to offer.Programs
The Master’s of Leadership program has been a rewarding and challenging experience. Paddle over the edge and take the drop if you want to improve your surfing career by expanding your education. you will develop skills you never knew you had and improve your analytical ability so that you can compete more effectively, maximize your talents and ultimately extend the life of your career.
World Champion Surfer Shaun Tomson
Boston College has relied on Sport in Society to provide us with invaluable training and resources regarding every issue in athletics including sexual assault and bystander education. It has allowed us to try to be proactive in protecting our student-athletes and helping them to grow. MVP training is a vital program for men and women. Our partnership with Sport in Society has been positive in every way.
Jody Mooradian, Sr. Associate Athletic Director, Boston College
MVP is a life changer. It gave me an opportunity to examine healthy and unhealthy relationships at a critical time in my life. It provided me with a foundation to operate respectfully on both a personal and professional level and I draw upon lessons learned from that program almost daily.
Dave Hoffman, Senior Manager of Community Relations, Boston Celtics