Read the Coordinated Community Response Team Update, Learn How to Get Involved
November 30, 2018
The Coordinated Community Response Team has a variety of updates to share and several opportunities to get involved.
- Alternative to Violence on the Palouse’s (ATVP) Gingerbread Fundraiser is just one week from Friday on Dec. 7. This fundraiser helps ATVP continue providing vital services to survivors of violence right here in our community. Evaluations from F-Word Live! were very positive. An update will follow on how much money was raised.
- A few new students are joining the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) Student Advisory Council.
- Listening sessions have been scheduled with students from our grant focus populations to expand student insight into our work. These sessions will take place in January.
- Strategic Enrollment Management is attending a three-hour Green Dot Bystander training next week so that all of their staff can be trained. This is excellent and we owe appreciation to the six facilitators who will make this happen.
- Mobilizing Men is setting up fireside chats for established men's groups in mid-January with assistance from the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence.
- Many of you are aware of the Student Safety and Wellness Taskforce. Emilie McLarnan has been working with Vitruvian Planning, a Boise-based consulting company, to assess safety on our campus. They are returning to campus for a follow-up visit to gather information and leave us with some recommendations that may inform campus planning moving forward. They will visit Tuesday, Dec. 4 and they will gather feedback.
What You Can Do:
- Attend ATVP's Gingerbread House Fundraiser on Dec. 7. Purchase tickets here. Childcare is provided on site.
- If you're a Green Dot facilitator, and not training at the SEM session next week, attend to help take notes and observe others.
- Keep an eye out for op-eds which the Marketing and Messaging Subcommittee will begin to share soon.
- Attend the feedback session with Vitruvian Planning to give feedback on experiences on campus regarding safety and encourage students you know to attend as well. RSVP to Emilie McLarnan, email@example.com. Space is limited. See dates, times, and locations below.
- 1-3 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4, Albertson 311 (Staff and Faculty Session)
- 4:30-6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4, TLC 040 (Student Session)
- 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Dec. 5, Clearwater Room, Idaho Commons (Vitruvian will provide insights on the information gathered and share recommendations
- Contact Emilie McLarnan firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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