Program Request

Thank you for your interest! Please browse our menu of programs below then click here to fill out the program request form on OrgSync.

Introduction to the Dynamics of Sexual Violence

Presented by: RSVP Educators

This presentation is designed to share foundation-level information about sexual violence & rape culture. Content will include definitions, a discussion of what rape culture looks like with examples, how to identify victim-blaming, how to help a friend and an introduction to Green Dot.

Introduction to the Dynamics of Relationship Violence

Presented by: RSVP Educators

This presentation is designed to share foundation-level information about relationship violence. Facilitators will walk participants through multiple scenarios of relationships that experience violence. Participants will learn signs of abusive relationships, how to safely intervene, and campus and community resources that are available to those who experience relationship violence.

“Not Anymore” Follow Up Discussion Facilitation

Presented by: RSVP Educators

“Not Anymore” is the online training required for first-year students and greatly encouraged for the rest of campus. After groups and organizations have taken the training, RSVP Educators and/or staff are happy to facilitate a group discussion about power-based personal violence and everyone’s role in preventing it.

Introduction to the Dynamics of Stalking

Presented by: RSVP Educators

This presentation is designed to share foundation-level information about stalking, especially as applicable to a college campus. Participants will be challenged to examine their own ideas about stalking and how the minimization of this crime through language perpetuates rape culture.

Green Dot Presentation

Presented by: Green Dot Mizzou Team

A Green Dot presentation will introduce audiences to the Green Dot Strategy which encourages bystanders of potentially violent situations to safety intervene and stop violence before it happens. Audiences will be given time to think about realistic ways they could intervene in potentially violent situations and time to explore barriers to intervening.

How to Help a Survivor

Presented by: RSVP Educators

This presentation shares the RSVP Center’s “Listen. Believe. Support.” model for survivor allyship. The goal of this presentation is to give loved ones of survivors the tools they need to be the best support systems possible for the survivors in their lives.

You Have Options

Presented by: RSVP Center & Office of Civil Rights and Title IX 

You Have Options is a resource-focused presentation presented by staff from the RSVP Center and the Office of Civil rights & Title IX. The goal of the presentation is to ensure those directly and indirectly affected by power-based personal violence are aware of their campus and community resources.

Ready to request? Click here to fill out the program request form on OrgSync.