Be a SAVE Peer Educator
All applications currently received will be reviewed during Spring 2019 for the 2019-2020 academic year.
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.
Why get involved with SAVE?
- Have a leadership role on campus and gain leadership experience
- Be a part of social change, create consent culture and help end sexual violence on the UCR campus
- Develop leadership, facilitation and public speaking skills
- Help connect students on campus with important resources and support
- Gain valuable training and more in-depth knowledge about sexual violence issues, relationship violence issues and stalking
- Gain teamwork skills and work closely with other students