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Stand for State is Penn State’s bystander intervention program focusing on sexual and relationship violence, mental health concerns, acts of bias, and risky drinking and drug use. Our goal is to create a campus community where everyone plays a role in watching out for each other because everyone deserves to be safe.

Peer Education Application
Peer educators will be trained to provide 60-90 minute programs to student groups and classes about how to interrupt sexual and relationship violence, as well as acts of bias. Additionally, Peer Educators will collaborate with other groups hosting events, participate in and help plan Stand for State events, participate in tabling, and teach others how to create culture change within their groups.

Selection Process:
1. Submit this application no later than April 5 at 11:59 p.m.
2. In-person interviews: April 9-12
3. Commitment to role: Fall 2019 - Spring 2020
Peer Education Application Link

All That We Are

All That We Are was an experiential activity hosted across all Penn State campuses in 2018 by Stand for State and other offices in Student Affairs. Based on the viral video from TV Denmark entitled, All That We Share, it was a way for Penn State students, faculty, and staff to explore what connects us beyond our differences.

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Stand for State
Location

102 HUB-Robeson Center
University Park, PA 16802
StandforState@psu.edu