Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center

Get Involved! Volunteer Training

SAPAC Volunteer Training is an intensive program of 20 hours spread over a two week period. Volunteer Training provides pertinent information for students to be effective in their role as SAPAC volunteers (in their respective volunteer program). Student volunteers will understand the framework for how their role as a volunteer (and their volunteer program) fit into the larger University comphrensive plan to prevent sexual violence (primary, secondary tertiary). This training will provide a foundation for student volunteers to use as a starting point in developing their skills throughout their time volunteering with SAPAC. Volunteer Training is a requirement if you are interested in volunteering with the Bystander Intervention and Community Engagement Program, Networking, Publicity, and Activism Program; or Peer Education Program.


SAPAC Graduation Tea

With graduation quickly approaching, SAPAC would like to celebrate this accomplishment with all of our graduating volunteers. SAPAC will be hosting Graduation Tea this year on on Friday, April 29th from 1-4PM in the Connector! Food and refreshments will be provided. The event is open to all graduating volunteers and those celebrating graduation with them! 

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SAPAC Welcomes New Volunteers

By Anne Huhman, Associate Director, SAPAC

SAPAC held its annual Volunteer Training Program from January 26th – February 7th this year which included a mixture of presentations, film screenings, and small-group discussions. We are thrilled to welcome 68 new students to our three volunteer programs.

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Peer Led Support Group Facilitator Application

Interested in becoming a facilitator for SAPAC's Peer-Led Support Group (PLSG)? The application for Fall 2016 is now available. All current volunteers are eligible to apply for this paid position by March 18th at 5pm.

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Get Involved! Ally Training

The next Ally Training will take place in the Winter 2017 semester

The SAPAC Ally Training Program seeks to empower participants with the knowledge, awareness, and skills needed to be actively involved in the movement to end sexual and intimate partner violence.  The SAPAC Ally Training Program is a great first step in receiving basic training regarding these issues and becoming a supporter of the movement.

If you are interested in attending Ally Training, please complete our  Ally/Volunteer Application.


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