The 2020-2021 Save Peer Education application is now live and will close on February 14, 2020. Please complete this Qualtrics form in full. Once the application closes, a professional staff member from AVI will be in touch with you.
On February 5, 2020 in STEM Building, Room 102 the Health and Wellness Peer Educators, Mental Health Peer Educators, and AVI/SAVE Peer Educators will have an open house. This open house allows students to learn more about each peer education team & meet the professional and student staff. More details about this event will be posted soon!
If you have any additional questions about the application process please contact Michelle Lambing at firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply, please click here!
The Student Anti-Violence Education (SAVE) Program is focused on empowering TCNJ students to make healthy lifestyle choices and our campus community a safer place. The SAVE Program’s mission is to:
To serve as spokespersons, student mentors, and referral agents for Anti-Violence Initiatives (AVI). Supervised by the Assistant Director of AVI, the SAVE Peer Educators provide evidence-informed programming to empower students with healthy relationship skills and to promote pro-social bystander behavior.
The program and its leaders believe that students can play a uniquely effective role in encouraging their peers to consider and talk honestly about the issues of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking, while developing responsible habits and attitudes towards these issues, as well as seeking professional advice when necessary.