Are you a STAR?
- Do you like peer theater?
- Do you enjoy meeting new people?
- Do you like to educate your peers about sexual assault and relationship violence?
- Do you want to empower students to become advocates for a non-violent community?
- Do you want to make a positive impact on campus?
If you answer "YES" to these questions We WANT YOU!!!
How to Get Involved?
What is STARS?
Students Talking about Relationship and Sex (S.T.A.R.S.) peer theater prevention program promotes safety and improve quality of life by educating students about issues of interpersonal violence including: sexual assault, relationship violence, same-sex violence, stalking, consent and healthy relationships.
What does STARS Peer Theater do?
The S.T.A.R.S. interactive theater program initiates dialogue about interpersonal violence using improvisational theater. Students have the opportunity to learn about these issues in a fun and interactive way.
What is the responsibility of being a STARS Peer Educator?
S.T.A.R.S. Peer Educators will facilitate workshops on campus designed to promote awareness and safety in the CSUSM community. They will be responsible for promoting the program, educate and empower students to become active bystanders and allies. The STAR Peer Educator position is voluntary and requires a one year committment. Students will be trained during the Fall semester and will be conducting the peer theater workshops/presentations in the Spring to various departments, student organizations, and classes.
Do I qualify as a STARS Peer Educator?
The S.T.A.R.S. peer theater prevention program seeks men and women who wants to make a positive impact on campus. We are looking for students who can lead the fun, interactive, sex-positive peer theater workshops/presentations as a tool for social change. Some experience or qualities includes:
- Experience in sexual assault and relationship violence prevention or response (Encouraged, but not Necessary)
- Experience with improvisational theater is great, but not necessary
- Committment to social justice, equity and healthy relationships.
- Must have excellent time management skills and ability to manage multiple projects.
- Enthusiasm, leadership, and ability to connect with other students.
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work dollaboratively with diverse student, staff, faculty and community members.
- Ability to work both independently and function as a collaborative member of a team.
- Can commit for one year September 2012-May 2013
- Is available for meetings and trainings on Fridays during the Fall semester at 1-2:30 pm.
How Do I Apply for STARS?
Applications are DUE Friday, May 18th, 2012.