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CARE staff provide educational workshops for student organizations, clubs and groups on a variety of topics as well as training for professional staff, student staff, and faculty.

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Violence Intervention & Prevention Internship

The Violence Intervention and Prevention Internship is an education- and project-based internship.

Interns will work for 5-7 hours/week throughout the winter quarter. The first few weeks will be planned educational activities, while later weeks will be more flexible as interns develop their own project under the guidance and supervision of CARE staff. This is an on-campus internship opportunity.

This internship will provide interns with an opportunity to develop expertise on interpersonal violence (dating violence, sexual assault, stalking) through comprehensive, hands-on training and ongoing education. They will also learn about and evaluate different attempts to raise awareness about and prevent these acts.

Interns will also put on a program in the community that educates and prevents violence. They will use and develop creative and organizational skills to plan and put on an event, social media campaign or other project that address this topic under the guidance and support of CARE staff.

Applications open on Monday, October 28, 2019 for the 2020 winter quarter. Please follow the link to apply through Handshake. Please click here for more information.

CARE Peer Educator

As a peer educator, facilitate educational workshops to engage the campus community on issues of interpersonal violence. Design, plan, and implement your own programs. Work collaboratively with on-campus departments. Year-long commitment. Applications open in Spring, on Handshake.

Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training

Join the Green Dot movement, and help end interpersonal violence at UCSB! Green Dot is a nationwide violence prevention campaign that aims to lower the levels of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking and harassment in our communities by empowering everyone to be an active bystander. Campuses across the nation have joined the Green Dot movement, and we are excited to now offer this training to students dedicated to ending interpersonal violence and creating a safer campus community at UCSB. To attend a training or request information, please contact srundman@ucsb.edu for more information.