Peer Advocates

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Become a Peer Advocate

Undergraduate students who are interested in becoming a RVSP Peer Advocate will be required to enroll in SOCW 4350: Special Issues in SW: Relationship Violence & Sexual Assault Prevention (RVSP) Program: Peer Advocacy. This course will provide a high-level overview of topics related to sexual violence & students will learn the tools necessary to support victims & survivors of sexual violence. This elective is open to all undergraduate majors at UTA. Students who successfully pass the course will have the opportunity to interview with RVSP staff for part-time, paid RVSP Peer Advocate positions.

Mission Statement

RVSP Peer Advocates is a team of undergraduate students who support a campus free of relationship and sexual violence by providing inclusive, intersectional, and social justice oriented prevention education to combat sexual violence against all human beings. RVSP Peer Advocates are committed to creating and advocating for a campus free of sexual and relationship violence.

values

 
Peer Advocates encompass the following values:
  • Education
  • Solidarity
  • Community
  • Advocacy

Meet Your Advocates

Sophomore, Biology -

Brina

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Junior, Psychology -

Alexis

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Sophomore, Public Relations -

Hannah

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Freshman, Visual Communications -

Kendra

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Senior, Criminology -

Olga

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Sophomore, Nursing -

Riley

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Freshman, Chemistry -

Zoe

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