Help spread the word!
SHARPP’s Community Educators help us spread the word about sexual assault prevention at UNH through a number of activities. Sometimes they literally “take it to the streets” by passing out lemonade or hot chocolate along with the message of consent or by helping with our annual rally & walk to end violence on campus. Other times, they pass out information about our issues in the MUB or support our ongoing programming. In all cases, our Community Educators are a vital resource to help us spread the word about healthy relationships and sexual assault prevention at UNH.
Who is eligible to be a Community Educator?
All students in the UNH community with a passion and enthusiasm for social justice are eligible to be Community Educators.
What is the training process?
Trainings will take place over the course of 1-2 weeks, spread out over 3 weeknights. Each night of training will be from 2-3 hours in length. Trainings will cover the topics of sexual assault, relationship abuse, and stalking, as well as effective outreach strategies and safety guidelines.
When will trainings be held?
Contact Maggie Wells at email@example.com for more details.
What is the time commitment?
After completion of the 8 hour training, students can expect to commit to no more than 5 hours per week.
What is expected of me after training?
After training is completed, you will be expected to attend once monthly meetings (1-1.5 hours long) as well as help out with at least 2 events per month.
What skills will I learn by being a Community Educator?
There are many benefits to being a Community Educator, including:
- Valuable work experience and skill development
- Opportunity to make a difference in your community
- Gain public speaking skills
- Valuable contacts with the community and campus
- Active engagement in social justice
- Meet new people and have FUN!
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