Volunteer

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At PEACC we believe:

Power based personal violence affects our entire community - whether we are a survivor or we know someone who is a survivor –  we can all play a part in ending this violence!

At PEACC we believe EVERY VOICE MATTERS.
We believe that each of us has an inner teacher, a voice of truth, that offers the guidance and power we need to thrive.
We believe we can increase our personal resiliency to stay curious, optimistic and motivated even in the face of the toughest challenges.
We believe we can generate hope for the future.
We believe we can envision the possibility that violence can be measurably reduced on this campus.
We believe we can overcome the challenges to ending violence.
We believe we can build communities in which violence is not acceptable.
We believe we can leave a legacy that transcends time and creates a lasting impact on our community.

What will YOU leave as your LEGACY to UofL?

Are you interested in getting involved? We believe in the POWER of PEACC! Please email peacc@louisville.edu and attend a volunteer training so you can get you POWER on! Look for updates on: Facebook: “Faces of PEACC” and “Men of PEACC” and follow us on Twitter.

Long Term or Ongoing Opportunities:

  • Peer Educators
  • Public Education Projects
  • Work with the Interactive Drama Team
  • Other Proposals: Encourage Your Group’s Collaborative Projects with PEACC, and share your creative ideas

Short Term or One-Time Opportunities:

  • Tabling Information Booths at Campus Events
  • Assisting with the PEACC Program's Public Awareness at Campus Events.
  • Distribution of brochures and posters or hanging fliers / chalking.
  • Develop, Facilitate or Participate in Student Focus Groups.
  • Tabling Information Booths at Campus Events

students outdoors at an information table

  • Assisting with the PEACC Program's Public Awareness at Campus Events.

students staff an information booth

  • Distribution of brochures and posters or hanging fliers / chalking.

students standing in front of posters

  • Develop, Facilitate or Participate in Student Focus Groups.

students participating in active discussion

  • Research Project - political / law case studies, honors projects, music, etc.
  • Develop role plays, skits, scenarios that address the issues
  • Modern Film &/or Music Criticism, Expressive Arts, and Poetry Projects