Become a Haven Project volunteer and attend a monthly content-specific training to be able to assist with tables for that month.
Apply to the Haven Project to become:
A volunteer specialist
A peer educator*
A graduate assistant*
An intern or practicum student*generally hired in the
spring for the upcoming fall and spring semester
Get Involved As a Student to learn more about the various positions available for students in the Haven Project.
Follow the Haven Project on social media to stay informed (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter).
Attend events on campus like Take Back the Night in April and RAINN Day in
Download the Just in Case app to help you or a friend resources on and off campus.
Join the Green Dot Student
Organization. Sexual violence, domestic/dating violence, and stalking are community problems that community-based solutions. Student groups play an important role on campus in creating culture, setting standards for appropriate behavior, and
supporting students. The Green Dot Student Organization will plan and coordinate fun and engaging activities for the creates awareness of the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program. Reach out to the Haven Project so we can work with student
groups who want to be part of the solution.
Request a workshop or presentation for your student group. Workshops—usually ranging from one to one-and-a-half hours—can be presented to
groups both large and small and can cover a range of topics related to domestic/dating violence, sexual violence, stalking, consent, and bystander intervention.
Pick up Haven Project posters, resource guides, or other promotional items to give out at events or to put up in your group’s meeting space.
Attend a Green Dot faculty/staff training. The trainings cover being an active bystander, barriers to, and how our campus safer for everyone. The next faculty/staff training will be on May 13 from 1:00 until 2:30 p.m. in the HUB Monongahela Room.
Request a presentation for your department or office. Workshops—usually ranging from one to one-and-a-half hours—can be presented to groups
both large and small and can cover a range of topics domestic/dating violence, sexual violence, stalking, consent, and bystander intervention.
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