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COVID-19: News and campus updates | University policies and resources

In light of Campus closure and as a precautionary measure regarding COVID-19, ASAP advocates are working remotely in an effort to best support our campus community. We continue to provide 24-hour crisis support via our crisis line or schedule a virtual appointment. Learn more about our COVID-19 alternative services and video conferencing here

Join Our Team

The Assault Survivors Advocacy Program has two ways in which students can join our team as peer advocates: as volunteers or interns. When you're a peer advocate, you have a great opportunity to get involved on campus, develop skills, and give back to the Community of Bears. Check out the job descriptions below, submit an application, and join us in addressing the impacts of gender-based violence on the UNC campus!

Once you have submitted an application by the appropriate deadline, select applicants will be offered a 30-minute interview.  After the interview, we will conduct criminal background checks.  Select candidates who pass the background check will be sent offer letters, at which point they can either accept or decline a position with ASAP.  After accepting an offer to join our team, we will complete University conduct checks on all new members of ASAP prior to the first day of training.

Please note: Applicants, if selected, must be available to attend ASAP's 40-hour training, the week prior to classes beginning.  The Fall 2018 training will take place on August 17th - 21st, 2020 It is mandatory for all new advocates (both volunteers and interns). 

timeline to apply for Spring 2021

Applications (volunteer and intern) are currently open! 
Deadline to submit applications: Wednesday November 11th 
Interviews: Monday November 16th  - Thursday November 19th 
Internship and Volunteer offer letters sent out: Wednesday November 25th  
Mandatory Spring training: Monday January 4th - Friday January 8th 2021

advocates

Volunteer Advocate

ASAP Advocates are UNC students who undergo a mandatory 40-hour training program on sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and advocacy, as well as attend weekly one-hour meetings throughout the semester for continuing education.   Throughout the semester, Advocates provide direct advocacy and crisis response to survivors at the hospital, court, police station, residence halls, and in the Title IX and ASAP offices, as well as provide support over the phone via our crisis line.  

Full position description.

Fill out a volunteer advocate application today!

interns

Intern

ASAP Interns are UNC Students who undergo a mandatory 40-hour training program on sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and advocacy, as well as attend two weekly one-hour meetings throughout the semester for continuing education. Throughout the semester, Interns provide direct advocacy and crisis response to survivors at the hospital, court, police station, residence halls, and in the Title IX and ASAP offices, as well as provide support over the phone via our crisis line.

In addition to providing advocacy, Interns staff the front desk of the ASAP office, as well as implement prevention education programming on campus.  

Full position description.

Fill out an Intern Advocate Application today!

Questions?

If you have any questions or concerns throughout your application process, please feel free to contact the ASAP office at 970-351-1490.