The purpose of the SHARE Peer Program is to:
- Plan activities, programs, and events to raise awareness on campus about sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking
- Facilitate evidence-based primary prevention workshops (e.g. bystander intervention)
- Facilitate access to confidential resources
- Serve as the liaisons between the student body and the SHARE director to convey concerns, needs, or issues pertaining to sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking
Types of Membership
Each Full Member will serve as spokespersons, student mentors, and referral agents for the SHARE office. Supervised by the SHARE director, the SHARE Peers provide workshops and programming to empower students with healthy relationship skills and to promote active bystander behavior.
-Must be an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled at Princeton University, and be in good academic and judicial standing:
- Maintain a minimum 2.75 GPA
- Have a clear judicial history with no sanctions of probation or higher
-Must attend weekly meetings (day and time are designated by the group each semester)
-Must attend trainings: 3 days in early fall, exploring the foundational issues related to power-based personal violence, learning how to facilitate programs, becoming an active bystander, and assisting victims/survivors in accessing desired resources
Applying to Be a Peer
Undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in applying must:
- Submit an application (NOTE: Application link is only active for approximately 3 weeks during the application-acceptance period. If link is inactive, be sure to check back in at a later date.)
- Attend the group interview
- Meet with SHARE Director for a 1-on-1 interview
Are you unable to make that kind of commitment but still interested in being involved with SHARE? Check out the Associate Member page for more details on how to apply to be an AM.
Equal Opportunity Organization
The SHARE Peer Program does not discriminate any applicant based upon age, disability, ethnic origin, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, national origin, parental status, physical appearance, race, religion, sexual orientation or veteran status.