SARP Prevention Interns are paid graduate student staff that facilitate prevention programs and evaluations; develop social media and marketing strategies; and curate prevention content and materials.
- Commit up to a minimum of 12hrs per week (no more than 24hrs)
- Must be available Wednesdays from 12-2 for group supervision and team meeting
- Ability to work
- Intensive Orientation
- Weekly supervision
- Paired facilitation
- Peer support
- Professional development
- Competitive Compensation
- Must be available in-person starting August 7th (Including training)
- Enrolled in a graduate school full-time
- Ability to commit 12 hours/ week
- Interest in sexual violence prevention
- Experience working and collaborating on a team
- Ability and skills to commit to one prevention intern specialization for the year (See descriptions below).
- Facilitate Trainings and workshops that teach undergraduate students the skills to create a safer violence-free campus.
- Create a space for professional development and goal setting for students in graduate degree programs.
- Facilitate training: Bystander intervention (SUSIBU), Consent (YES! Consent & Sex Positivity), and Healthy Relationships (This Dating Life)
- Data collection: Distribute and collect evaluations for each training
- Anonymous feedback mechanisms to improve PI experience
Want to join the team?
- Applications are due by May 22nd at 11:59pm; Applicants notified by May 26th
- Individual interviews take place May 29th – June 9th (via Zoom)
- Final decisions June 16th
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or concerns.
Statement of Encouragement
Students of color, international students, students with disabilities, and/or LGBTQ+ students are strongly encouraged to apply.
Research and Data Analysis
Review previous years surveys, report findings, provide recommendations for training updates (e.g. new scenarios), and new curriculum development
- Analyze results from training evaluations weekly
- Create quarterly reports with suggestions for application based on feedback from evaluations
- Research (as needed) different ways to apply feedback from evaluations
- Apply feedback from evaluations
- E.g. design scenarios for curriculum
- Design and analyze evaluations for events and activities in collaboration with appropriate interns and supervisor
- Research and compile information for new curriculum, modules, and activities based on SARP’s vision and goals for the year
Communications and Outreach
*This role will support communication efforts for both SARP and Student Health Services (SHS)*
- Design materials as needed for outreach activities such as awareness building around incidents.
- Create quarterly newsletter
- Develop informational “handouts”/one pagers as needed for SARP training and services
- Develop four types of supplemental material to complement trainings and events (e.g. short videos, modules)
- Monthly consume and review sex-positive media like podcast, books, and other media to promote learning
- Ambassador support can be enlisted
- Plan one annual awareness campaign to launch during SAAW
- Graduate and med campus specific objectives:
- All above objectives
- Act as student rep for SARP by attending and engaging in monthly GSO meeting
- Present SOPs to graduate student groups as needed.
- Manage social media accounts: Instagram, TikTok, twitter, Facebook,
- Create daily content for SARP social media (primarily Instagram) based on existing social media guidance
- Develop monthly calendar for social media content using Facebook Creator Studio
- Coordinate social media content creation team including ambassadors
- Promote advertisements for SARP events and activities as needed
- Create social media content for SHS’s Instagram account, including content focused on:
- Sexual health, consent, and sex-positivity
- Mental Health
- Other health and wellbeing topics (such as awareness days)
- As time and interest allows, work with SHS Ambassadors to create video content for social media.
Community Development and Programs
- Responsible for the overall day-to-day community organizing, networking and mobilization of student ambassadors. Activities include:
- Supervise, support, and provide student ambassadors as it relates to preventing interpersonal violence on campus
- Plan ambassador tabling schedule
- Make presentations and represent SARP’s strategic vision at student activities and meetings, and collaborative university-based projects.
- Train student ambassadors to deliver SARP’s mission and strategic vision through tabling, events, and other outreach activities.
- Organize, plan, and co-facilitate weekly meetings for student ambassadors for the entire academic year
- Plan and facilitate retreat for student ambassadors to achieve above goals;
- Work to ensure that SARP services are understood and accessible to students, student groups, and departments on campus.
- Develop strategic outreach plans and approaches; implement innovative ways to provide information and recruit students for leadership development, events, and other initiatives
- Evaluate ambassador program.