If you have a passion for advocacy, consider volunteering for the Haven Project!
Attend a monthly content-specific volunteer training (sexual violence, domestic/dating violence, consent, healthy relationships, bystander interventions, etc.) and assist with tabling for that month’s topic. Trainings are typically held in Suites on Maple
East in room G60. Trainings are offered on different days of the week to allow for changing schedules and participation. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in becoming a volunteer.
You will be added to the volunteer list, and you will receive information about upcoming opportunities.
Volunteers will be trained on the specific topic for that month and are never to be left alone at the information table (a peer educator, a graduate assistant, or a volunteer specialist will be with you). Volunteers can also assist with photography at
different events, along with distributing materials, hanging up information, chalking, and other tasks as needed.
If you are interested in becoming more than a volunteer, inquire about becoming a volunteer specialist. Volunteer specialists are students that have been involved and are called upon to help with tabling, assist at events, or even present Haven Project
You can email email@example.com to discuss interest in becoming a volunteer specialist.
The Haven Project functions with the help of its peer educators. This is a paid position. The peer educators are IUP students from various backgrounds and majors. They are trained to organize, create, and present educational programs and campaigns that
help raise awareness around the IUP campus.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for availability and for more information. Hiring generally takes place in the spring for the upcoming year.
The Haven Project hires a graduate assistant on a yearly basis to work with the Sexual Violence Prevention educator and to supervise the peer educators and volunteer specialists. It is a 20-hour-a-week position, and the contract is for a one-year term.
A graduate assistant for the Haven Project is tasked with the following responsibilities:
Hiring for a graduate assistant occurs in the spring for the following year. Please contact email@example.com to discuss becoming a graduate assistant for the Haven Project.
The Haven Project offers opportunities such as internships and practicums for students whose program require these for graduation. They may consist of website work, assisting with Haven Project events and activities (such as Take Back the Night or RAINN
Day), assisting with the Green Dot program or the Green Dot Student Organization, or other ideas discussed with the Haven Project director and Sexual Violence Prevention educator.
The Haven Project has worked with students in many programs, such as Student Affairs in Higher Education, Criminology, Psychology, Community Health Education, Sociology, and Physics.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about an internship/practicum and to set up a meeting.