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Sorority And Fraternity Education (SAFE) Program
2016-2017 Peer Educator Application
The Sorority And Fraternity Education (SAFE) Program (formally the Greek Advisory Committee), supported by the CARE Office, is a group of peer educators that provide education, outreach, and programming around sexual violence to the Fraternity and Sorority community at UC Merced. SAFE Program peer educators are volunteers selected to serve a one-year term to support the FSL community.
Qualified candidates will agree to:
Serve for the entirety of the 2016-2017 academic year
Attend the mandatory SAFE Program Training on August 22nd from 3-7pm
Attend all SAFE Program meetings held every two weeks on Tuesdays from 6-7 PM
Participate in the planning and implementation of SAFE programs
The committee will be made up of 3 members from each of the follow groups of organizations: Social Fraternities, Social Sororities, and Professional Fraternities.
Applications are due August 1st at 11:59PM PST.
Selected individuals will be contacted no later than August 10th 2016.
Questions can be directed to Taylor Fugere,
UC Merced Email:
Please select your chapter affiliation (you can select multiple if you are in more than one):
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Phi Omega
Delta Delta Delta
Delta Epsilon Mu
Delta Sigma Pi
Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Inc.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Lambda Theta Nu Sorority Inc.
Omega Delta Phi Fraternity Inc.
Phi Alpha Delta
Phi Delta Epsilon
Pi Kappa Phi
Pi Lambda Phi
Please list any involvement in other organizations, volunteer experiences, or job roles:
Why do you believe it is importance to talk about sexual violence with fraternity and sorority members?
What do you think are the root causes of sexual violence?
Please talk about 1-2 program/event ideas you have for addressing sexual violence, which would be geared towards the fraternity and sorority community.
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