● Bystander Captain (Core Team Member): Your job is to identify already existing bystanderprograms and resource groups in your area or on campus, hold semester trainings, and engagespeakers at your campus.○ Check out these bystander intervention tips.○ Work with local sexual assault resource groups to host bystander intervention trainingsthroughout the semester and identify any existing bystander intervention program onyour campus.○ Working through your administration, Title IX office, the It's On Us Campaign, on sexualassault prevention training to bring expert speakers to your campus regarding bystandertraining. Speakers can also be fellow students.○ Conducts outreach to all necessary partner groups on campus.
● Consent Captain (Core Team Member): Your job is to have discussions, big or small, withpeers about affirmative consent. Every discussion is important, whether it’s with one person or100 people.○ Use the It’s On Us Consent Discussion Guide to facilitate open dialogues about whatconsent entails and how to engage different demographics around this topic.○ Equip others to have consent discussions through presentations, one-on-ones, andcampus events.○ Conducts outreach to all necessary partner groups on campus.
● Survivor and Ally Resources Captain (Core Team Member): Y our job is to supportsurvivors and allies by hosting workshops, allowing survivors to safely share their stories, andhelp teach self care skills to those in need.○ Host workshop(s) on how to support survivors if and when they disclose. This/theseworkshop(s) should include information on how to create a safe space, language that youshould and should not use, appropriate responses, etc. Check out this resource fromRAINN for more information.○ Invite survivors to share their stories on a speak-out panel. Ensure that this panel is a safespace for survivors and that media is not present unless approved by all speakers.○ Host a survivor safe space event where survivors can share their stories and experienceswith other survivors in order to build community, solidarity, and support. Note that alliesare welcome only at the direct invite of a survivor for reasons of confidentiality and trust.Team Member Roles and Responsibilities | 2Updated: Fall 2017○ Invite members of your community to share their self-care skills such as poetry,meditation, knitting, and more! Self-care events can also include themed events likemaking consent themed valentine’s day cards (“Be Mine, but only if you want to”)○ Conducts outreach to all necessary partner groups on campus.
● Digital Organizing Captain (Core Team Member): Your job is to be the liaison between therest of the team members and your campus through social media while creating compellingcontent for your campus.○ Responsible for running the campus Facebook Group & Page, Twitter, Instagram, andany other social media channels.○ Responsible for designing It's On Us event advertisements to post on the social mediaaccounts. The frequency should increase during months when you are hosting events.○ Responsible for creating and running It's On Us Volunteer Facebook Group.○ Should have a schedule delegating frequency of social media posts (ex: once per week,twice per week etc.).○ Share It's On Us National Facebook Posts on your page, themed photos taken on yourcampus and relevant events communicated to you by the rest of your team members.○ Share information about your campus sexual violence resources (Title IX Coordinator,Victim Advocate, Campus Counseling Services, closest SANE Nurse, Safe Campus, Policeetc.)○ Share about upcoming consent trainings, bystander intervention or violence preventiontrainings, or survivor and ally resource workshops or panels that your school or It’s On Uschapter is hosting.○ Conducts outreach to all necessary partner groups on campus.