TALK TO ME WEEK
The purpose of Talk to Me Week is to spark meaningful conversation among students and encourage students to meet new people, to break down barriers and engage in diverse conversation.
INFORMATION ABOUT TALK TO ME WEEK
Information about Talk to Me Week for the 2019-2020 school year will be updated here soon!
Talk to Me Week was first initiated back during the 2014-2015 school year. Throughout campus, students and various campus leaders wore “talk to me” stickers. Individuals who have these stickers are committed to the Talk to Me pledge and sincerely want to get to know all types of Vanderbilt students. When a sticker-holder has an organic, meaningful conversation with someone or is confident that another individual will uphold the pledge, he/she has the power to pass on stickers. Then, those sticker-holders have the same ability to pass on the pledge and so forth. Moreover, stickers will be available in the VSG office and on the wall during lunch periods for those individuals who feel passionate about the campaign and committed to its message but are for whatever reason unable to interact with a sticker-holder. Ultimately, we hope to see the Talk to Me emblem will spread all through campus and serve as a meaningful representation of how something as simple as talking can break down barriers and connect us all.
If you have questions about this program, please reach out to the Community Building, International Outreach, & Diversity Chair, Esther Yoon, at email@example.com.