At Humber College and the University of Guelph-Humber, we support survivors, train students as active bystanders, and are committed to building a culture of consent. The Consent Peer Education Program (CPEP) aims to prevent sexual violence by fostering an environment of consent by way of educating and empowering the Humber/UGH community (including students, faculty, and staff) through reflective practices, media campaigns, and empowerment initiatives in addition to educational workshops and opportunities.
Our team is made up of a vibrant group of 8 students supporting Humber/UGH campuses who are dedicated to building a culture of consent and sexual violence awareness through outreach.
Consent Peer Educators (CPEs)
CPEs are responsible for:
- Providing sexual violence and consent education through events, training, and social media outlets
- Researching on-going initiatives regarding sexual violence awareness and prevention
- Being active role models on campus while positively promoting and encouraging others in accordance with the Sexual Assault and Sexual Violence policy at Humber/UGH
Lead Consent Peer Educators (LCPEs)
LCPEs are responsible for:
- Leading the Consent Peer Education Program including leading the digital presence of the program though social media outlets
- Facilitating dialogues/workshops around consent, sexual violence, and healthy relationships
- Planning and coordinating large-scale events
- Coaching and mentoring a team of Consent Peer Educators
- Being active role models on campus while positive promoting and encouraging others in accordance with the Sexual Assault and Sexual Violence Policy at Humber/UofGH
Sexual Violence Prevention & Education Assistant (SVPEA)
The SVPEA is responsible for:
- Assisting in the development of sexual violence prevention and education initiatives
- Supporting the Taskforce on Preventing & Responding to Sexual Violence
- Assisting in the development and facilitation of Consent Peer Educator training in August
Join Our Team!
Hiring happens annually in March; visit CareerConnect to apply!
Why join our team?
- Develop a broad awareness of sexual violence on campus, in addition to a clear understanding of consent education.
- Develop skills such as team building, communication, leadership, and event planning.
- Receive trainings such as bystander intervention, conflict resolution, diversity awareness, intersectionality and more.
- Receive recognition on your Co-Curricular Record.