08 May COLLEGE S.W.A.A.P. – Students With Awareness And Purpose: Engaging the Spectrum of Male Students
The importance of engaging men in the prevention of domestic and sexual violence is now becoming a much more widely understood idea, yet those doing this work still face challenges and struggles to reach out to and maintain men’s engagement with the issues.
This webinar will provide skills and tools for those doing violence prevention work on engaging with men. The webinar will review ways to strategize and communicate messaging, barriers for men in engagement, what true engagement looks like, and successful strategies for engaging men.
Tiffany Brec is the Campus Project Coordinator for Vera House Inc., in Syracuse, NY. Her experiences working with rape and sexual assault victims ignited her passion to seek a career in the area of gender violence education and prevention. Tiffany has 10+ years of experience working with domestic violence and sexual violence survivors, organizing and coordinating events, awareness outreach, and health promotion initiatives on a wide array of content including Bystander Intervention, Interpersonal Violence, Healthy Relationships, Relationship Violence, Stalking, and Sexual Violence. Her passion for this area of work can be seen in her energetic and engaging presentations.
This webinar was recorded on May 8, 2019. The webinar is a resource provided by the NYS Training and Technical Assistance Center, a joint partnership between the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NYSCASA) and the New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault (the Alliance) to support the NYS Department of Health Rape Crisis and Enough is Enough Programs.