Getting involved in the Sexual Violence Prevention Project is just one way to help end sexual violence and create a safe, supportive, and equitable community. Below are a number of other ways, students can contribute to ending sexual violence, that focus more specifically on social justice, supporting survivors, working to change College policies and procedures, getting more involved in sexual violence work in the local Upper Valley community, and legislative activism.
Every Voice Coalition
- A grassroots coalition of students, young alumni, allies, and survivors from across the country, working to change legislation and fight the status quo of sexual violence on college campuses.
- Contribute to the goal of an inclusive campus community by educating on issues of diversity and inclusion among their peers and by helping to create a living, learning, and working environment that is welcoming for members of all identities.
OPAL Education Fellows
- Students that aim to expand knowledge and education around social justice, promote inclusion in all spaces on campus, and enhance college life and accessibility for all students regardless of background.
Sexual Assault Peer Alliance (SAPA)
- Students invested in providing informed, empathic, and empowerment-based support to Dartmouth peers impacted by sexual and gender-based violence.
Student and Presidential Committee on Sexual Assault (SPCSA)
- A committee of students who serve as an intermediary between students and the larger Dartmouth College community including the administration, faculty, and alumni of the college.
- Dartmouth students can volunteer with WISE, our local sexual and domestic violence organization, and work on the local crisis line, be a WISE Ambassador, be a Court Observer, or Intern.