SARVA

Interns

SARVA Internship Positions 

Senate Delegate Intern: Alex Schroeder

Lead on SARVA’s presence in the ASUW Senate and in furthering SARVA’s activist efforts as the liaison of SARVA to other organizations¬†

Project Management Intern: Tania Algebori

Lead on planning, developing, and brainstorming for SARVA special events, programs, and campaigns

Communications Intern: Jasmine Mae Alindayu

Lead on SARVA’s social media presence and other external communications including events promotion and design

 

If you’re interested in getting involved, please email the Director at asuwdsa@uw.edu for a volunteer application to work in a committee under the SARVA 2019-2020 selected interns.


Importance of the SARVA Intern

Interning with SARVA is a year-long commitment that may require anywhere from 2 – 6 hours of work per week depending on the position, time of the year, and intern availability. The opportunity allows the interns to gain a variety of experiences and skills as well as to become deeply involved with and to accelerate the anti-violence and safety efforts on campus.

In addition to the specific duties allocated to each position, interns are asked to help with preparing for and running SARVA events (particularly during SARVA month in April for Sexual Assault Awareness Month). Most interns also lead a committee of volunteers, allowing them to further SARVA engagement with other students on campus and to gain leadership and managerial skills.