Be Strong Student State Representative Program


Nominate a student that inspires others to Be Strong, a movement empowering students to rise up against social aggression, isolation and hopelessness.

I am Strong, You are Strong, We are Strong

How It Works

Be Strong’s Student State Reps are young change agents from grades 4+ in small towns and big cities across the country. They are nominated by teachers, counselors, administrators, and other members of their community to serve at the frontline of kindness and inclusion, impacting their schools & communities in big ways.


Click “Nominate A Student” above to use the quick + easy digital nomination form to tell us about your kind and inclusive student.


After receiving your nomination, you’ll be contacted to schedule a brief qualifying interview with your nominee to discuss the program opportunity and details.


Be Strong Student State Reps change the social climate through kindness, inclusion, resilience, advocacy & awareness.

We Dine Together

Reps are also the founders of their schools’ We Dine Together initiative, fostering a more inclusive environment, making sure no one has to eat alone.


Be Strong is a national non-profit who’s mission is to save and change the lives of students by focusing on developing resilience. Our student-led approach equips and encourages youth through student representatives, on-campus initiatives, emotional skill-building curricula, educational training/events, and digital intervention tools such as the Be Strong Mobile App. 

Empowering students Through We Dine Together

One of the ways we empower students is by having them pioneer positive, peer-led programs in their schools. We do this through the Be Strong Student State Representative Program.

Every month we engage with our reps via acts of kindness, advocacy, awareness, resilience training, and inclusion. Our student reps serve as the founders & leaders of their school’s We Dine Together initiative - creating more inclusive social atmospheres on campus. Students on every middle and high school campus eat lunch in empty classrooms, remote corners and bathroom stalls because they don’t feel connection with their peers, but our reps work to eliminate social isolation & make sure no student feels they have to eat alone.