Get Involved as a Student
Get Involved as a Student Group
- Join the Anti-Violence Engagement Network (AVEN). Sexual violence is a community problem that needs community based solutions. Student groups play an important role on campus in creating culture, setting standards for appropriate behavior, and supporting students. We are launching this new program soon to work closely with student groups who want to be part of the solution.
- Request a presentation for your student group. Workshops usually ranging from 1-2 hours can be presented to groups both large and small and can cover a range of topics related to relationship violence, sexual violence, and stalking.
- Pick up PVP posters, resource guides, or stickers to give out at a GBM or to put up in your group's meeting space.
Get Involved as Faculty or Staff
- Attend Anti-Violence Advocate (AVA) Training, an annual 15-hour training about interpersonal violence for Penn faculty and staff. The training is designed to educate participants about dating violence, sexual assault, stalking, and sexual harassment so that they are able to recognize and respond to these issues on Penn's campus. The next training will be June 2019.
- Request a presentation for your department or office. Workshops usually ranging from 1-2 hours can be presented to groups both large and small and can cover a range of topics related to relationship violence, sexual violence, stalking, and sexual harassment.
- Join the Penn Violence Prevention Committee. The PVP committee is made up of over 50 faculty and staff members who meet bi-annually to review the past, present, and upcoming programs offered under PVP. Committee members act as campus advocates against violence and often make up working groups to help inform future efforts.
- Follow Penn Violence Prevention on social media to stay informed (facebook, instagram, twitter).
- Learn more about reporting obligations and Penn policies.