The Alliance’s Campus Program works alongside students, faculty, and staff at our partner institutions to address campus sexual violence. Guided by New York State’s ‘Enough is Enough’ education law 129b., the Campus Program offers workshops, trainings, and support to all members affiliated with our partner institutions. Our student-centered approach to prevention provides opportunities for students, faculty, and administrators to get involved in our collective mission in ending campus sexual violence.
Current Campus Partners:
- American Musical & Dramatic Academy (AMDA)
- CUNY Baruch College
- CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC)
- Brooklyn Law School
- Cardozo School of Law
- CUNY Graduate Center
- Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY
- SUNY Empire State (NYC Campuses)
- CUNY Guttman Community College
- CUNY John Jay College
- Long Island University, Brooklyn
- New York Film Academy (NYFA)
- New York Law School (NYLS)
- CUNY York College
- The Juilliard School
The Campus Training Institute (CTI) is a training program designed to both meet the training requirements of critical state and federal legislation regarding sexual misconduct and support NYC colleges and universities in upholding every student’s right to an education free from sexual violence. Our educational content strives to be delivered through an anti-oppressive lens and includes topics such as, consent education, bystander intervention, supporting survivors, and much more.
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Students and Alumni Volunteer Opportunities
Entire Academic Year
Collegiate Sexual Violence Prevention Changemakers Program (Changemakers Program)
The NYC Collegiate Sexual Violence Prevention Changemakers 22-23 Cohort is a virtual program designed for NYC college students and alumni passionate about campus sexual violence prevention. As a student-centered platform for the 23-24 academic year, members will be paired with a mentor to learn sexual violence prevention skills, advocate for policy change, and much more. Members will also receive a $100 Amazon gift card.
Eligible Applicants Apply HERE
Student Leadership Training Institute (SLTI)
SLTI is a volunteer-based student leadership collective that meets virtually once per month during the Fall semester to address sexual violence on college campuses. SLTI students will learn grassroots organizing strategies and leadership skills in sexual violence prevention spaces. All SLTI students will have the choice to practice these newly learned skills in the Spring semester and act as leaders of the Alliance’s Spring semester program entitled: Student Volunteer Program (SVP). Members will receive a $75 Amazon gift card.
Applications Open September 2023
Student Volunteers Program (SVP)
SVP is a volunteer-based student collective that meets once per month during the Spring semester to address sexual violence on college campuses. Together with support and mentorship from the Student Leadership Training Institute’s students, we will build campus sexual violence prevention digital organizing skills during our annual Campus Sexual Assault Awareness Month Week or “Campus SAAM Week.” Members will receive a $50 Amazon gift card.
Applications Open December 2023
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NYS Campus Working Group
New York State Campus Working Group (CWG) is a collective comprised of organizations, including the Alliance, from across the state with significant expertise and experience in campus sexual violence response and prevention. Collectively, we work together in advocating for state-level change in upholding all college student’s rights to an education free from sexual violence.
Enough is Enough Training and Technical Assistance
The Alliance also serves as one of two Training and Technical Assistance Providers for Enough is Enough (EIE) programs operating in New York City, Long Island, and Lower Hudson in partnership with the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NYSCASA). Our TTA Program works closely with programs on an individual level to provide customized training, policy, and programming advice, needs assessments, and educational opportunities. We also work regionally and at state level to increase the representation of the needs and rights of survivors, the programs that serve them, and the communities most affected by sexual violence through technical assistance, training, and advocacy. We provide educational resources, such as toolkits and webinars, designed to increase skills and knowledge of survivors, providers, policymakers, and the public about trends and needs related to innovative programs and best practices in sexual violence prevention and response.