The Gender and Sexual Violence Peer 2 Peer Team is now accepting student applications for the 2022-2023 academic year! (Now Closed)
The Human Rights and Equity office, and Gender & Sexual Violence Support and Education have many opportunities for students to join our wonderful team! Please see the sections below for position details.
To inquire further about joining our team, please email Eve Nyambiya at firstname.lastname@example.org
Roles We Offer
We are currently hiring for this position!!
GSV is looking for undergraduate and graduate students from all university departments who are passionate about working within the fields of human rights, equity, and gender and sexual violence. Please see the PDF link below for job description details. To apply for the position, please send a cover letter and resume to Eve at email@example.com by July 15th, 2022.
Our fantastic Peer 2 Peer Support Team (also known as P2P) has so many engaging roles on campus. They staff the HRE GSV Drop-In Centre, located in TH 126A and Online! They are also familiar with resources both on and off campus that pertain to human rights and sexual violence, as well as Brock’s policy on sexual assault and harassment, and can help students looking for supports access those resources.
Our P2P team is also responsible for facilitating many of our HRE GSV workshops and events. This ranges from facilitating our GSV Certificate workshops, to hosting movie nights and fun concerts, to engaging in great discussions with students over IG live!
We have many volunteer opportunities for students to get involved with Human Rights and Equity at Brock. For more information please check out our volunteer page. We have volunteer opportunities in general SV, Advocates for Change (Men’s Programming) and the BUSU SV Advisory Committee.
The BUSU/SVSEC advisory is a review group to BUSU and Brock University Administration. The advisory is responsible for providing feedback on current and future SV programming, as well as reviewing and making suggestions surrounding applications for the Women’s Safety Grant.
In the past, we had project based positions for research assistants within Human Rights and Equity. We currently have a research assistant working on accessing Mental and Physical Health Services on Campus: A needs assessment for Sex Workers at Brock University. This project is in conjunction with Niagara YWCA, and Brock Student Wellness and Accessibility Centre.
Stay tuned for updates for potential projects!
Our Men’s programming offers male and male identifying Brock students with the opportunity to participate in group discussions and events. For more information, please click here.
In accordance with the Canada Summer Jobs program, the Human Rights and Equity office has employment opportunities from May through September at the main Brock campus. These positions allow candidates to utilize and improve upon skills and develop programming that pertains to human rights, advocacy, and ending sexual violence.