Across our region, ADL is training hundreds of young people every year to be leaders in fighting prejudice in their schools through ADL’s A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute Peer Training Program. ADL Peer Trainers lead anti-bias programs for their peers and help create a culture of respect and civility in their schools. Since the program’s inception in 1991, ADL Peer Education Programs have trained more than 52,500 middle and high school student leaders nationally, including over 3,000 regionally, directly impacting an estimated 6,000,000 of their peers.
“I have the power to change peoples’ lives and I will.”
-ADL Peer Trainer