We partner with innovative schools around the country to cultivate campus cultures where everyone belongs, sees a pathway to succeed, and understands their piece of the puzzle.
In response to the current global pandemic, through the end of 2021, The Piece Project will focus exclusively on delivering virtual programs. Check out our most popular programs below:
Orientation and Transition Programs
A virtual workshop that creates a sense of belonging and increases retention of your new student class. Through a series of meaningful conversations and interactive exercises, students leave excited about where they are, who they’re with, and empowered to contribute to their new community.
Recommended 90 min, designed for groups of 150 - 2,500
Student Leadership Development Workshops
An interactive virtual training to specifically focus on how to
best use the virtual space to catalyze meaningful connection for others. Students will learn tools, tips, best practices, watch outs and tangible activities to use within your community
Recommended 90-120 min, up to 25 participants
Preventing Sophomore Melt
An innovative approach to creating a sense of belonging for returning sophomores. Many of our partner schools are looking for impactful programs to orient and retain sophomores who had their first year disrupted by COVID-19. We customize our programs based on the needs of your class to ensure each sophomore knows they belong on your campus.
Program needs vary
All of our offerings:
What we offer:
All of our programs are:
Short and sweet.
It only takes us two hours to deliver a virtual program that is unforgettable, catalytic, and effective no matter the size, scope, or location.
Customized to your needs.
Our experiences are live, interactive, and experiential. There is no time for slumping in seats here.
Engaging and Empowering.
Every program strengthens the skills of participants who leave with an action plan to apply these lessons in their community. 92% of our participants have said they feel they gained tools to help them have a positive impact on campus.