PREPARE is made up of approximately 60 undergraduate students from across campus who are dedicated to promoting healthy relationships and sexual assault prevention at Wake Forest.
All PREPARE student members complete a training course (WGS 397-B) or a one-day intensive workshop to become PREPARE Facilitators who conduct educational and awareness programs.
The PREPARE Executive Board oversees all functions of PREPARE including education and programming efforts and advocacy efforts.
Sexual Assault Prevention and Education: What Do We Do?
- Conduct sexual assault awareness and prevention programs for all incoming students (now approximately 1300 students) during Orientation
- Organize an annual campus-wide Sexual Assault Awareness Week called Tie a Yellow Ribbon Week each February
- Sponsor campus-wide programming to educate students on issues of healthy relationships, consent and sexual assault (recent programs include Can I Kiss You? and Sex Signals)
- Support community events related to violence prevention
- Collaborate and partner with students, offices, and departments on campus to provide programming, services and training related to sexual assault (recent programs include Denim Day [PDF] and the Monument Quilt)