Help spread the word!
SHARPP’s Community Educators help 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 Anti-Violence Rally & Walk. Outreach involves tabling in the MUB or at other campus events. 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. In addition, Community Educators will co-present educational programming to their peers on campus at Res Halls, Greek Chapters, Student Orgs and other groups.
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?
To become a Community Educator, you will be trained by SHARPP staff through the SHARPP Leaders Institute on some of the below topics:
- SHARPP 101 and Wildcats Get Consent
- Peer-to-peer education
- Activism and advocacy
- Listening, interpersonal, presentation and facilitation skills
- Ethics and confidentiality
- Responding to students in need and making appropriate referrals
- Privilege & Oppression
When will trainings be held?
SHARPP hold Community Educator training once a semester! You can find more information about this semester’s training here.
What is the time commitment?
After completion of training, students can expect to commit to volunteering for several SHARPP events per semester. Events include tabling in the MUB, outreach via our Consent Lemonade Stand, annual events, marketing, presenting programs around campus and many more opportunities!
What is expected of me after training?
In addition to shifts per semester, Community Educators are asked to:
- Commit to SHARPP for a minimum of 2 semesters
- Attend Community Educator monthly meetings that are offered during the academic year
- Attend the September SHARPP Open House and the April Anti-Violence Rally & Walk
What skills will I learn by being a Community Educator?
There are many benefits to being a Community Educator, including:
- Opportunity to make a difference in your community
- Active engagement in social justice
- Valuable contacts with the community and campus