CARE Peer Education Program
Consent and Relationship Educators (CAREs) are UCLA students who work to create a campus culture in which all people are free from the threat or experience of sexual violence.
To apply to be a CARE Peer Educator for the 2020-2021 academic year, check back here soon! The requirements include committing 6 hours a week to CARE including a mandatory 1 hour a week meeting and attending trainings starting week 6 of Spring quarter.
**At this time, we have already filled positions for the 2019-2020 academic year. **
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) Due to COVID-19 all CARE events are currently virtual.
Request an Educational Presentation
As CARE Peer Educators, we would like to do educational presentations such as how “How to Support a Survivor” for your campus organizations. Our presentation is about 1 hour long. It will focus on how to access campus resources, affirmative consent, recognizing body politics, how to support survivors and different scenarios that students may encounter. Half our presentation will be discussion based, your opinions matter! If this interests you, please fill out this google form
Let’s work together to end sexual and gender based violence.
Check Out Our Blog!
The CARE Peer Educator Blog is a great place to access information about self care and learn current information about sexual harm. The blog also has a space for people to ask the peer educators anonymous questions. Access the blog by clicking here.
Facebook Page: UCLA Care Program