Campus Against Violence
Peer Education Program
PLEASE NOTE, PROGRAM SUSPENDED: The CAV Peer Education Program was funded
through a grant from the Department of Justice (DOJ).
Funding from the DOJ has ended, so the Peer Education program
has been suspended until such time as further funding can be
The Campus Against Violence Program is
an exciting peer education program designed to respond
to issues of sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking
on Salisbury University’s campus. Through student led workshops,
skills training and public awareness campaigns, peer educators
have the opportunity to help shape the CAV Program, become
campus leaders and empower other students to speak out and
prevent sexual violence. The CAV Peer Education program will
tackle the issue of sexual violence through interactive
workshops, publications, public awareness campaigns, campus-wide
events, film weeks and other innovative activities.
Become a Peer Educator!
education and skills building presentations/workshops
related to sexual assault, relationship violence and
in five (5) programs per semester. Programs include
classroom presentations, staffing tables, providing
assistance at trainings and coordinating events.
organize and participate in coordination of events during
Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October), Stalking
Awareness Month (January) and Sexual Assault Awareness Month
(April) and general public education campaigns throughout
information and outreach tables.
Assist in the
design and distribution of flyers, brochures and other items
related to sexual violence.
campus organizations to raise awareness of the Campus
Against Violence Program and services.
participate on Campus Against Violence Facebook FanPage and
initiate discussions and submit one relevant link per
semester to be uploaded.
Commit to be a peer educator for
two semesters (Fall 2011 and Spring 2012).
Must be currently enrolled at
Salisbury University as an undergraduate or graduate student
in good academic standing (GPA of 2.5 or higher prior to and
reliable and ability to serve as a resource to students.
Strong verbal skills and desire
to present information to peers.
Ability to work with individuals
and groups in a leadership capacity.
skills and ability to interact with diverse audiences –
sense of humor, creative and friendly.
Previous experience and comfort
with delivering presentations helpful, but not required
Previous experience with
organizing events helpful, but not required.
Previous experience with sexual
violence issues helpful, but not required.
1. Complete the
application and return to
the Counseling Center, ATTN: CAV Program (Guerrieri University
Center, Room 263) or email to Dr. Kathy Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please reference “CAV Program 2011-2012” in subject line of
all applications. If you have any questions, please call
2. Interviews will be
conducted on a rolling basis. Early application is strongly
STAND UP. SPEAK OUT. EMPOWER OTHERS.
BREAK THE SILENCE.