We cannot do this work alone. Our volunteers support survivors of sexual violence through many aspects of our mission.
You can too.
ATTEND AN EVENT
Tickets available now for our second
Shatter: A Survivor Fashion Show!
April 6, 2024
The Shirley & Joe Swinbank '74 AgriLife Center
556 John Kimbrough Boulevard College Station, TX 77843
“What Were You Wearing?"
In fashion, this question celebrates creativity, identity, and status. For survivors of sexual assault, this question blames them for the violence that happened to them.
The Sexual Assault Resource Center is honored to stand with survivors on April 6th, 2024 at 7pm as we shatter the silence and break the stigma at our second Shatter: A Survivor Fashion Show. This show brings light to survivors' rights and awareness to the shame and stigma that survivors often feel in the aftermath of their trauma.
Together, we can stand to reclaim our power and shatter the silence.
As a SARC volunteer, you will provide crucial support and advocacy for survivors of sexual violence. Our volunteers staff the 24-hour Hotline and meet in-person with survivors of sexual assault at nearby hospitals, law enforcement agencies, and at the courthouse.
Volunteer Advocates are required to attend a 40-hour Office of the Attorney General training course provided by SARC. Training takes place three times per year in the Fall, Spring, and Summer.
Advocates commit to a minimum of 15 hours per month (or 1 shift) providing services through our hotline or accompaniment programs to survivors of sexual violence.
Internships are available to undergraduate students who are studying in related fields and graduate students in Social Work or Counseling.
We offer internships for all semesters. Interns commit to a minimum of 10 hours per week in-office for their semester and are provided with projects to complete.
Volunteer to assist with our events throughout the year or collaborate on special projects! We also have in-office volunteer shifts to support our office staff with hotline coverage.
Volunteers are encouraged, and may be required, to complete the Sexual Assault Advocate training depending on volunteer projects.