I CARE Programming Kickoff Event Feb 1
“We are excited to launch I CARE programming this semester with the addition of Bystander Intervention Training this fall,” said Marisa Cummings, I Care’s program coordinator. “The committees have done an extensive amount of work in planning strategic initiatives to address sexual assault prevention, education, and response on campus. Our programming involves a great deal of student input that will positively impact the University of South Dakota.”
I CARE is a federal grant received by USD to produce programming aimed at sexual assault prevention in the campus community. To accomplish this goal, the program includes the creation of a team of community partners to enhance survivor services and educate students about issues related to sexual assault.
The kickoff was originally slated for January 23, but was rescheduled due to inclement weather.
For more information on the I CARE program, resources for survivors of sexual assault, and a list of committees dedicated to preventing sexual assault in the USD community, please visit the I CARE website.
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