Thank you for your interest in our SAVE Peer Education program! All positions for the 2020-2021 academic year have been filled. Please check our website in November 2020 for updates about 2021-2022 openings. AVI typically invites students to apply in mid-November and closes the application window in mid-February. Group and individual interviews are conducted in February and March. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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.