RSVP Peer Educators

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Our RSVP Peer Educators are dedicated to starting meaningful conversations with our community on sexual and relationship violence.

Please contact Stephanie Lynch at for more information!

RSVP Peer Educators About the RSVP Peer Educators

The Relationship-Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) Educators are students deeply interested in dedicating spaces to educating students about healthy relationships, creating conversations about gender roles and socialization, and shifting cultural norms that perpetuate sexual and dating violence on campus. They serve in a formal role providing education and resources to the USD community, and are housed in USD’s Center for Health and Wellness Promotion.

RSVP Peer Educators are required to attend an initial training session at the beginning of the semester and will participate in on-going training and continuing education throughout the semester. The RSVP Peer Educator positions are semester-long appointments with opportunity for extensions and preference given to those interested in at least two semesters of service. The role requires an average of 4-6 hours of work per week including but not limited to outreach, marketing, peer advising, peer facilitation, presenting, tabling, and administrative tasks.

Please e-mail if you are interested in collaborating with the RSVP Peer Educators!