What do SAVE peer educators do?
Sexual Assault & Violence Education (SAVE) student volunteer peer educators facilitate outreach and quarterly campaigns and events to promote and educate on consent, rape culture, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, and available resources on campus and in the community. SAVE peer educators are active at nooners, in residence halls, and other campus events and assist in CARE programs promoting consent and healthy relationships.
Current requirements to be a SAVE Peer Educator 2018-19 include:
2nd year undergraduate student and up in the 2018-19 academic yearCumulative GPA of at least 2.5Completion of a four-day sexual violence student educator training before the start of fall quarterAbility to work well in a group
What is the time commitment?
SAVE peer educators serve for the academic year — fall, winter and spring quartersAttendance at the four-day sexual violence student educator training before the start of fall quarterAttendance at weekly one-hour meetings every quarter
Find out more about the CARE office at: care.ucr.edu