Get Involved

Every member of the Georgia Tech community has a role in being an active part of the solution to end sexual violence..

Request a VOICE Workshop

You can request a VOICE presentation for your residence hall, chapter or student organization on topics such as:

  • Introduction to sexual violence
  • Bystander intervention
  • Healthy relationships
  • Consent
  • Sexual violence response/supporting survivors

Programs are a minimum of 45 minutes.

For a student VOICE Peer Educator-led presentation, submit a request form here. 

For a staff-led presentation, submit a program request form through Health Initiatives here.

Sexual Violence Prevention Alliance

Overview

The Sexual Violence Prevention Alliance (SVPA) is committed to preventing sexual assault on campus, increasing awareness of the issue, and increasing the number of students who seek assistance from campus and community resources.

The Sexual Violence Prevention Alliance, originally founded in 1995 as the Sexual Violence Task Force, is comprised of faculty and staff members from departments across campus.

Upcoming Meetings

We welcome new members year- round. If you are interested in learning more or getting involved, email voice@gatech.edu. Meetings take place on the third Tuesday of each month at 10am. 

SVPA Vision, Mission, and Core Values

Vision: An interdisciplinary community that is engaged and committed to collaboratively ending sexual violence at Georgia Tech.

Mission: To bring together campus and community stakeholders to provide leadership, planning, and oversight for sexual violence prevention and response initiatives at Georgia Tech.

Core Values - Members of the SVPA will:

  1. Ensure a diverse and committed membership of administrators, faculty, staff, and students in the Georgia Tech community who are engaged to create a campus culture that does not tolerate sexual violence.
  2. Participate in the development and implementation of VOICE programs and campaigns as appropriate.
  3. Act as a liaison for their campus network to ensure that sexual violence messages are consistent across campus stakeholder groups.
  4. Advocate for VOICE by serving as a resource for faculty and staff on campus around the issue of sexual violence and services for prevention and response.
Current Departments Represented on the Sexual Violence Prevention Alliance
  • Athletic Association
  • Campus Ministries (Campus Christian Fellowship, Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta)
  • Counseling Center
  • Department of Housing
  • Georgia Tech Police Department
  • Grady Rape Crisis Center 
  • Greek Affairs
  • Health Initiatives
  • Human Resources
  • Legal Affairs
  • Office of Human Resources
  • Office of International Education
  • Office of Student Integrity
  • Office of the President
  • Parking and Transportation
  • Sam Nunn School of International Affairs 
  • Student Government Association
  • Women's Health, Stamps Health Services
  • Women's Resource Center

SGA Joint Sexual Violence Advisory Committee

This is an inclusive and diverse SGA-led student subcommittee, formed as a branch of the Sexual Violence Prevention Alliance (SVPA),as a result of the Presidential Task Force on Sexual Violence recommendations. This subcommittee serves as the eyes and ears on the ground about what is happening on campus with regard to sexual violence and related policies, and the subcommittee should be able to easily connect with senior administration, faculty, and staff to ensure that the recommendations of the Presidential Task Force on Sexual Violence are made a priority. For more information about this committee and how to join, contact the SVPA Committee chair.

VOICE Peer Educators

Every fall semester, VOICE trains a new cohort of Peer Educators, a diverse group of dedicated students trained to educate other students on issues related to sexual violence prevention and survivor support. We are no longer accepting applications for VOICE Peer Educators, but if you are interested in learning more about getting involved with this program in the future, please email the program advisor, Tiffiny Hughes-Troutman.