Sexualized Violence Prevention Peer Educators create positive social change by faciliating conversations among students about sexuality, gender, and consent. They educate their peers about campus and community resources and best practices to support people who have experienced sexualized violence.
We welcome applications from current UFV students of all gender identities and expressions, abilities, cultural backgrounds, ages, sexual orientations, and programs of study.
Learn how to implement an effective sexualized violence prevention program at your institution with UFV's Sexualized Violence Prevention — Train the Trainer course, offered through UFV Continuing Education.
This three-day certification course provides you with the training and materials needed to introduce a Sexualized Violence Prevention (SVP) education program at your organization.