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About VOICE

What is VOICE?

VOICE is a group of students dedicated to utilizing prevention education to reduce the number of CSUSB students impacted by sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. VOICE peer educators help students recognize the dynamics of these violations, identify ways to step-in and speak-up safely and provide appropriate referrals for survivors. All VOICE peers are highly trained as they must complete a mandatory 12 hour training and weekly trainings throughout the year.

Request a VOICE Training

You can request a VOICE presentation for your residence hall, chapter, classroom, or student organization on topics such as:

  • Sexual Assault 101
  • Dating Violence 101
  • Stalking 101
  • Bystander intervention
  • Healthy relationships
  • Consent
  • Communication
  • Boundaries
  • Survivor Ally training
  • Violence in LGBTQ communities
  • Other topics based on special request

Email psychcounseling@csusb.edu if you would like to request a presentation from VOICE Peer Educators. Programs are a minimum of 45-60 minutes.

Who is VOICE?

How do I become a VOICE Peer Educator?

VOICE Peer Educators are CSUSB students who go through a 15 hour training and commit to weekly 2-hour meetings as well as a certain number of hours per quarter. Recruitment is now OPEN. If you have any questions or to request an application please contact psychcounseling@csusb.edu

Applications for the Fall 2020 Semester are due by May 31st, 2020.

When does the next VOICE training begin?

The Summer VOICE Peer Educator training begins Tuesday, June 16th - Friday, June 19th, 2020. To request an application, please contact psychcounseling@csusb.edu

How else can I get involved in VOICE?

The best way to get involved is to follow us on Instagram and Facebook and attend our events! We would love to have you! We are also open to collaborating with your club or organization or participating in training and cross-training. Just contact psychcounseling@csusb.edu for more information.