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Technical Assistance Workshops 2020

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Background

The New Jersey Conference on Campus Sexual Violence held in March 2019 was organized to provide a broad overview of the New Jersey Task Force Report on Campus Sexual Assault Report. The conference provided an opportunity for participants to learn more about the recommendations provided in the New Jersey Task Force on Campus Sexual Assault report, released in 2017, and to apply those to their respective institutions. 

Based on feedback gathered at the conference, VAWC has organized a series of three technical assistance workshops held twice in the State (Northern and Southern). The workshops will each be a half-day, morning session and will conclude with an informal “brown bag” lunch to encourage informal networking and resource sharing among workshop participants. 

Workshop Information

Click here for brief workshop desriptions. After each workshop a brown bag lunch conducted by the Center will be held in collaboration with our partners at The New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault, NJCASA and The New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence, NJCEDV.

Technical Assistance Workshops are supported through funding from the NJ Attorney General

Campus Climate Surveys

  • Northern session: March 2020, 9-12
  • Southern session: March 2020, 9-12

Working with Diverse Student Populations

  • Northern session: April 2020, 9-12
  • Southern Session: April 2020, 9-12

Engaging All Middle and High School Stakeholders to Address Sexual and Dating Violence

  • Nothern session: May 2020, 9-12
  • Southern session: May 2020, 9-12

 

F&Q's

Locations for workshops:

Southern location: Hackensack Meridian Health Village at Jackson 27 S Cooks Bridge Rd, Jackson Township, NJ 08527

Northern location: Union County College Campus, Elizabeth Kellogg Building, 40 West Jersey Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey

Audience for Workshops:

Campus Climate Surveys and Working with Diverse Populations are intended for higher education administrators and direct service providers. Engaging all Middle and High School Stakeholders is intended primarily for middle and high school students, teachers, parents, administrators. However, if there are higher education institutions partnering with these schools those staff members would be welcome to attend. 

CE Credits:

Available for licensed social workers and counselors. (Exact number of credits to be confirmed.)

Workshop Schedule Overview:

Announced Shortly!

Questions?

Contact Melanie Lowe Hoffman, mlhoff@rutgers.edu for more information.

 

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