There are many ways you can become involved with the Interpersonal Violence Prevention team! The IVP team welcome's volunteers at any time of the year and receives applications for internship positions at the end of every semester. If you are interested in becoming involved with preventing instances of violence here at Binghamton University, consider filling out a volunteer or intern application depending on your availability. Check out the Intern or Volunteer page to find out more.
The IVP team is comprised of students, staff, interns and volunteers. The IVP team is available to provide information for students, staff, faculty, parents and community members about healthy relationships and resources on and off campus. The IVP team can schedule client appointments and presentations as needed.
Join the outreach and awareness team:
The Outreach and awareness team helps spread awareness about IVP issues and
services to Binghamton University community through tabling, creating awareness events, developing outreach material, and managing the IVP social media accounts.
Join the Education team:
The education team creates and facilitates presentations to different groups on campus on a range of IVP topics, such as but not limited to: IVP basics, rape culture, and healthy relationships.