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At Humber College and the University of Guelph-Humber, we support survivors, educate students in being active bystanders, and are committed to building a culture of consent. The Consent Peer Education Program (CPEP) fosters an environment of prevention surrounding sexual violence, by way, seeks to, educate and empower the Humber/UofGH community, including: students, faculty, and staff through reflective practices, media campaigns, and empowerment initiatives in addition to proactive bystander intervention workshops.

Our team is made up of a vibrant group of 10 students between the North/UofGH campus and Lakeshore campuses who are dedicated to building a culture of consent awareness and sexual violence through outreach. 

Consent Peer Educators (CPEs)

CPE’s 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/UofGH

See full CPE job desription.

Senior Consent Peer Educators (SCPE)

SCPE’s 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
  • Plan and coordinate large scale events
  • Assist in developing the CPEP training program
  • 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

See full SCPE job description.

Join Our Team! 

Check back for details in early April to find out more about the positions we are hiring for. 

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, & event planning 
  • Receive trainings such as: bystander intervention, conflict resolution, diversity awareness, intersectionality and more.
  • Obtain recognition on your Co-Curricular RecordCo-Curricular Record