Deadline 2/7 Wanted M-Power Educators

What is M-Power?

•    A resource within the ODU community, educating on issues of interpersonal violence (Consent, Sexual Assault, Stalking, and Intimate Partner Abuse

•    Peer educators provide learning experiences that promote gender equality,

      non-violence and positive change

What will YOU gain?

•    Public speaking practice, skills & experience

•    Facilitation skills enabling you to engage others in learning activities, bring different opinions into the open for discussion, and answer difficult questions within a group setting

•    Knowledge and experience in advocating on an important issue and for those adversely impacted

•    Greater awareness, compassion and sense of responsibility for your peers

•    Community service hours

Who should apply?

•    Any sophomore through graduate level student currently enrolled at ODU, with the courage to make a difference

•    Students with a basic understanding of these topics

•          Students who desire to be Agents of Change

What is required of the peer educator?

•    Complete 16 hours of training (in September).

•    Present a minimum of two interactive presentations per semester

•    Able to staff information table at Campus events 2 times during the semester

•    Attend monthly peer educator meetings to keep current on issues of interpersonal violence

Interested In applying?  Please email or contact the Women’s Center for an application.

Posted By: Kishla Conner
Date: Thu Feb 06 16:56:41 EST 2014