Students Against Sexual Assault (SASA) functions as the outreach component of the VOICE Center. Peer Educators make presentations on sexual assault and domestic violence awareness, safety, and resources in the dorms, Greek houses, and to student groups. Formats include skits, video, and group discussion.
SASA also organizes sexual and domestic violence awareness activities on campus. Examples of those activities include: Sexual Assault Awareness Week; V-Day, Stop the Violence; Take Back the Night March.
How Would I Benefit From Being a Peer Educator?
Actively work with concerned individuals to make positive change on the MSU-Bozeman campus. Gain volunteer experience Gain knowledge on issues of sexual and domestic violence Practice group facilitation skills Earn letters of recommendation
Requirements to become a Peer Educator with the VOICE Program:
- Attend training sessions
- Attend SASA meetings
- Willingness and desire to facilitate open discussion on sexual and domestic violence
- One year commitment to the program
- Non-judgmental and non-victim blaming approach to sexual and domestic violence