- Become a peer educator!
- The Chancellor's First Year Student Leadership Program
- Women's Center Closed 11/27-11/29
ECD 222: Sexual Violence Prevention for Peer Educators
Date and Time: TBD based on interest!!
This interactive course trains students to become leaders in educating their peers about the issues of sexual and relationship
violence and stalking. Upon graduating from the course, you can apply to be a peer educator with The Movement, and get
paid to facilitate workshops and organize programs across campus.
For more information, contact:
Assistant Director, Interpersonal Violence Services
The Chancellor’s First Year Student Leadership Program (CFYSLP) is now accepting nominations.
The Program will accept 15-25 first year students. The CFYSLP is a two-semester commitment of
two hours per week on Mondays.
The Program seeks to identify and nurture a cohort of emerging leaders. The primary objective is to build a
cadre of student leaders who are civic-minded, intellectually able, and professionally skilled, and who will
become the community, business, and national leaders of the future. Participants will complete relevant
seminars and workshops that address important leadership topics. In addition to the formal programming
events, there will be arranged dinners and programs with both the Chancellor and Mrs. Woodson.
The Women's Center will be closed from Wednesday, November 27 - Friday, November 29. We will reopen on Monday, December 2.
If you need support or assistance, please call our 24-Hour RSVP support line at (919) 618-7273.
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