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Learn more about the many ways you can get involved with CARE at the Sexual Assault Resource Center.

Student Employees

CARE at the Sexual Assault Resource Center is hiring student interns for the 2017-2018 Academic Year. Applicants must submit a resume via Port Triton and a supplement form via Google forms. Below are the open intern positions:

  • Graphics & Marketing Intern (Job ID: 837024) - Must submit 2-3 design publications via Port Triton or sarc@ucsd.edu.

Applications are due Wednesday, May 24th, 11:59pm. Visit Port Triton for more details on each position. 

*Student employees do not receive any direct clinical experience. All students who work with CARE assist with administrative support, publicity, marketing, outreach, and education. 


CARE Peer Education Program

The CARE Peer Education Program application is currently closed. We will open application again in Fall Quarter 2017 for the 2017-2018 Academic Year. 

Community Service Students

CARE at the Sexual Assault Resource Center does not have any opportunities available for students to complete community service hours following a Student Conduct Code violation.

Off-campus Opportunities

The Pathways to HOPE Project

Become a mentor or a camp counselor for youth impacted by domestic violence. Alliance for HOPE International is launching Pathways to HOPE this fall which is a year-round mentoring program for students ages 11-17 who have experienced the trauma of domestic violence. These students will have attended a week of summer camp together and will continue the experience by meeting together once a month for the next year to engage in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) related activities. 

As a mentor, you get to be a vehicle of change and hope in the lives of these students as you meet with a group once a month to facilitate activities and experiences. This organization is still accepting applications for Camp HOPE summer camp counselors. Counselors will be instrumental in providing kids the opportunity to have an adventurous, supportive and joy-filled summer camp experience! They are now accepting inquiries and applications and would love to talk with you further about how you can partner with us in helping to change people's destinies.

For more information:

Other opportunities

There are many other local non-profit organizations that address sexual assault, relationship violence, and/or stalking. We encourage you to find the best volunteer opportunity for your interests!

For California Residents:

Locate a California Rape Crisis Center in your county for ways to get involved.