CCSF’s Sexual Violence Prevention and Healthy Relationship Promotion Program
Project SURVIVE is committed to social justice and is dedicated to ending all forms of power abuse — in personal relationships, social groups, and public institutions.
Housed in the Women’s and Gender Studies Department, the program trains students to make classroom presentations throughout the college. Peer educators of all genders offer students strategies for identifying, avoiding and leaving abusive relationships.
What We Do
Project SURVIVE offers the City College of San Francisco community a multi-layered sexual violence prevention program including presentations, events, courses, resource assistance, and on-campus job opportunities. The Project SURVIVE community includes trained peer educators, mentors, and student leaders focused on broadening their academic goals through a concentration on sexual violence prevention education.
Healthy Relationship Presentations
- At City College of San Francisco in three languages: English, Spanish, and Chinese
At SFUSD high schools via Expect Respect SF
To request a presentation, contact the coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
- October Domestic Violence Awareness Month
- April Sexual Assault Awareness Month
- March Women's History Month
Visit our resource page and follow us on social media to stay up to date on our events!
Students gain paid experience as classroom peer educators working in college and high school classrooms.
Free Self Defense classes
Janet Gee offers free, non-credit self defense classes at CCSF each Fall and Spring. You can find more information and pre-register at this form.