There are many ways to Get Involved with Project SURVIVE!
Take the WGST 55: Ending Sexual Violence (Peer Education) and WGST 54: Politics of Sexual Violence courses. See our current course listings.
Earn the Sexual Health Educator Certificate
Join the Project SURVIVE community at the college
Work as a paid healthy relationship peer educator (see below)
Students can use the support of the Project SURVIVE community to assist them in meeting their educational goals in any field.
Interested in becoming a paid healthy relationship peer educator?
The first step to becoming a peer educator is to enroll in WGST 55: Ending Sexual Violence (Peer Education), offered at Ocean campus in Fall and Spring semesters.
Peer educators are the core of Project SURVIVE's work and directly contribute to building a culture free of abuse, teaching healthy relationships skills and gain valuable experience facilitating classroom discussions.
Peer educator requirements:
- Completed WGST 55: Ending Sexual Violence (Peer Education) and completed, or concurrently enrolled in, WGST 54: Politics of Sexual Violence
- Complete an interview with the Project SURVIVE coordinator
- Enrolled in minimum of 6 units
- Complete the CCSF Student Hiring process
Scholarships are available for undocumented peer educators.