About Greeks Against Sexual Assault
In an effort to further target the Greek community, GASA was created through CVPP in the spring of 2007. A class was developed and all Greek chapters were encouraged to have a representative enroll. The first class in the fall of 2007 had 16 representatives who were educated on the facts about sexual assault and the resources available on campus. The final project for the class was for each representative to go back and present their new knowledge to their own chapters.
Due to the enormous success of the pilot program, the class will be offered on a bi-annual basis and we look forward to sharing the program with many campuses in the coming months.
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For my video podcasts I have decided to film them like public service announcements. I think it is really important to hold your users attentions just long enough to get your point across. With public service announcements, the creator is able to draw the user in with a brief scene and then follow up that scene with important information and a resource or two. Specifically with my topics, sexual assault and relationship violence, it should be fairly easy to come up with creative scenes to attract teenage attention, but I need to make sure that I effectively communicate the importance of the message I am communicating, and the resources available to them.
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