If you or someone you know may have been a victim of sexual assault or any other type of sexual misconduct prohibited under the Wake Forest Sexual Misconduct Policy, you are strongly encouraged to seek immediate assistance.
Assistance can be obtained 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from the Safe Office, 336.758.5285. For additional information about seeking medical assistance and emotional support, as well as important contact information, see Get Help.
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for 2017-2018 Executive Board Positions
Each year, PREPARE selects four undergraduate students to serve one full academic year appointments as members of the Executive Board responsible for the ongoing function and enhancement of the organization. Each PREPARE Executive Board member oversees a committee of facilitators who create and implement the work of the organization throughout the academic year. Executive Board members meet weekly and work closely with the Staff Advisor(s). Executive Board members must be currently enrolled, or have previously completed, the WGS 397b training course or the Facilitator one day workshop.
To Apply: Complete the application here by 5pm, Wednesday, March 15th. Interested applicants will receive an invitation to interview the week of March 20 – 24th.
Selected individuals will participate in a leadership transition day, tentatively scheduled for Saturday, April 1, 2017.
Programming & Awareness Chair
Marketing & External Relations Chair
Please contact Beth McCollum (Montplaisir) at email@example.com with questions.
Each year, PREPARE invites new undergraduate facilitators to join the organization’s efforts to raise awareness of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking, partner in designing and implementing peer-led prevention efforts, and provide advocacy for survivors within our communities.
Applications for Spring 2016 are OPEN and due by 5pm on Tuesday, October 20, 2015.
Applicants will be invited to meet with current student Exec Board Members the following week to discuss training options and interests.
PREPARE Facilitators are required to complete one of the training options below, which serve to build a foundation of knowledge on these topics to inform PREPARE’s work on campus and within our larger communities.