Interested in interpersonal violence prevention and advocacy work? Wanting to get more involved with the SACE Office? Consider applying to be the SACE Intern for the 2019-2020 Academic Year! Here is an updated job description: SACE Office Intern Job Description For more information and to apply, see the application link below: https://tinyurl.com/SACEInternApp Applications are due Friday, … Read moreApply to be the 2019-2020 SACE Office Intern!
Hi Everyone, Starting on Wednesday, February 27th at 7 pm, myself and a Women & Families Center Advocate will be opening an 8-session healing space designed to offer student-survivors the opportunity to engage in open dialogue and support, self-care, and healing following experiences of interpersonal violence. This supportive healing space has rolling, open-enrollment, where drop-in … Read moreSurvivor Supportive Healing Space
Hi Everyone, On Wednesday, February 20th, I am co-facilitating a workshop with Lt. Paul Verrillo of Public Safety entitled “Cute or Creepy? Unpacking Dynamics of Stalking on Campus.” interactive discussion This interactive discussion will explore definitions of stalking, myths and stereotypes about stalking romanticized in the media, red flags, and resources for care and support for … Read more2/20 Stalking Awareness Program
Interested in ending interpersonal violence on campus? Preventing unsafe alcohol and drug use? Come get more information on Wednesday, 2/6 at 4:30-6:30 about becoming a We Speak We Stand Bystander Intervention Facilitator! Please RSVP here (https://goo.gl/forms/hqLl0VdszblzCX3h1) For more information, contact Johanna DeBari (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Seirra Fowler (email@example.com).
Hi Everyone, I write to share information about an exciting opportunity to get involved with the SACE Office! We are currently accepting applications for the SACE Student Advisory Committee. The Office of Survivor Advocacy & Community Education (SACE) is dedicated to providing survivor advocacy and education regarding interpersonal violence prevention for the Wesleyan community. This … Read moreJoin SACE Student Advisory Committee!
Good Morning Everyone, I hope this message finds y’all well. The Open Comment period for responding to the newly proposed Title IX Regulations has officially started, and runs through January 28th, 2019. With this, the SACE Office is organizing a Title IX Comment Writing Event for folks to get information about submitting your own individual … Read more12/6 Title IX Comment Writing Event
Hi Everyone, We hope you’ll join us on Tuesday, November 27th from 7:30-8:30 pm in Usdan 110 for a one-time workshop and conversation around consent: what it is and what it means to you. We hope to engage in dialogue surrounding the dynamics of getting and giving consent, as well as skill for negotiating one’s … Read more11/27 Consent & Relationships Workshop
Hi Everyone, We are posting a call for applications for students to join our SACE Student Advisory Committee! This is a new initiative, creating a collective student voice to share feedback, ideas, and other insights regarding programming done through the SACE Office. Students will advise me (the SACE Director) and the SACE Intern on outreach, … Read moreJoin the SACE Student Advisory Committee!
Good Morning Everyone, A reminder that I will be hosting Office Hours in Usdan 114 from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm today. If you have questions about the SACE Office, support resources, or want to learn more about getting involved with interpersonal violence prevention on campus, stop by! Take care, Johanna
Hi Everyone, I write to share with you all some information about an upcoming event through the SACE Office. On Wednesday, November 14th from 12-1 pm in South College B2/B3, we will be hosting a panel discussion entitled “Know Your Survivor Advocate.” Join advocates from New Horizons, the Women and Families Center, Rachele Merliss ’19, … Read more11/14 Know Your Survivor Advocate Panel Event