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Programs & Workshops

Learn about the various presentations, workshops, and trainings offered by UC San Diego's CARE at the Sexual Assault Resource Center.

Any program can be tailored to meet the needs of your specific group or organization. We can also adapt content on consent, healthy relationships, and bystander intervention into a brief tabling activity. For any questions and/or clarification contact CARE at (858) 534-5793 or careinfo@ucsd.edu.

Program Request Form

Interested in requesting one of these programs? Complete our online program request form.


For Students

Frequently Requested Programs

The following workshops and programs presented by CARE Peer Educators are our most popular offerings:

How Far We'll Go: Navigating Healthy Relationships (45 min-1 hr)

This program offers an overview of qualities of a healthy relationship, signs of an unhealthy/abusive relationship, and working with campus resources.

Cute or Creepy? Practicing Cybersafety (45 min-1 hr)

This program offers risk reduction tips about online safety, privacy settings, dating apps, social media, and how to protect personal information.

Yes, No, Maybe: Clarifying Consent (45 min-1 hr)

This interactive workshop focuses on communication, consent and healthy sexuality. Learn what consent is and how to ask, listen, and respect.

Party IDEAS (45 min - 1 hr)

This interactive program offers party safety strategies, emphasizing risk reduction and being a responsive bystander.

How to Support a Survivor (45 min-1 hr)

This program offers different ways to support and empower survivors with a particular emphasis on listening skills. Identifying information of victims/survivors will not be discussed.

CARE Jeopardy (45 min - 1 hr)

This fun jeopardy program is a great way to learn more about CARE services and information about healthy relationships, consent, helping a friend, and online safety.

CARE Services (10-15 min)

Are you interested in learning more about CARE at the Sexual Assault Resource Center? This presentation is a comprehensive summary of the educational outreach and support services provided by CARE advocates to students affected by sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. 

Custom Programs and Workshops

We are also able to present on topics customized to a particular group or audience. Past examples include:

IDEAS and Identities: Applying Intersectionality to Bystander Intervention (1.5 hr)

Dirty Talk: Practicing Communication and Consent (1 hr)

Budgeting with Bae: Finances and Healthy Relationships (1 hr)

Consent and Healthy Relationships: Centering Female Desire – Vagina Monolgues (1 hr)

Supporting LGBTQIA+ Survivors – LGBT Resource Center during Out and Proud Week (1 hr)

Consent and Performance: An Exploration of Spring Awakening – Muir Musical (45 min)

Art as Activism: Introducing the VDAY Movement – Active Community at Thurgood Marshall (ACT) (40 min)

From Rape Culture to a Culture of Consent

Cosplay & Consent

Rape & Consent in the Mass Media

Interracial v. Intraracial Sexual Assault in Communities of Color

To consult about a custom program request, contact CARE at (858) 534-5793 or careinfo@ucsd.edu.



For Faculty and Staff

Trainings and Presentations for Faculty, Staff, and Student Employees:

How to Support a Student Survivor (2 hour training)

Participants will learn the five steps to an effective and trauma-informed response, how to assess for urgency, and how they can work with CARE advocate staff. Quarterly trainings are offered via UC Learning. If a department or team would prefer an in-service training, we are available upon request.

Our next campuswide offering is on Friday, April 6, 2018. Register via UC Learning.

Managing Disruptive Behavior - CARE and UCSD Police (45 min presentation)

This program introduces basic skills that can be applied in most situations when you are dealing with disruptive individuals. We also cover how to be a good witness and when to call the police.

Safety and the UC San Diego Community (30 minute presentation)

This program offers general campus safety information such as crime statistics, safety tips, and the emergency notification system. Most frequently requested by staff, large groups, and parents who visit during Orientation.



Effective Jan. 1, 2015

Due to the call to action by UC President Janet Napolitano to have a system-wide consistent model for the prevention and response to sexual violence, SARC has changed its name to CARE. See Chancellor Khosla’s announcement for details.