Education and Awareness

RBHS VPVA aims to provide educational information about interpersonal violence (i.e. sexual violence, dating violence, stalking, and harassment), including what it looks like, how to respond when it occurs, and ways to prevent it.

In addition, VPVA creates programming to bring greater awareness to these issues, engage students in important conversations about violence, and promote the office to ensure students can access our services. We’re open to creating new workshops that are relevant to our students and faculty within each RBHS school and program.

Bystander Intervention

VPVA believes that every member of RBHS has a responsibility to create a safer culture based on responsibility and respect. VPVA offers training on how you can identify potentially risky situations and ways to challenge the moment or support those involved to prevent further harm.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, where VPVA displays information regarding consent and resources throughout the month via tabling events, visual programming, and social media. Look out for The Clothesline Project, The Empty Chair Campaign, Denim Day, and Turn the Campus Teal! Visit our page for SAAM 2020.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, where VPVA creates awareness and education programming that focuses on healthy relationships, the impact of violence, and how to support peers. Look for Survivor Love Letter, Silent Witness, Health Cares About DV, and Turn the Campus Purple!


Reach out at for:

  • Requests or more information about training and prevention education;
  • Inquiries about awareness programming for your school or student organization;
  • Invitations for a VPVA representative to be a guest speaker.