Apply to Become a Certified Facilitator:
Preventing Sexual Harassment and Assault in Field Settings – CAMINO at UCSC
Join the culture shift in scientific fieldwork! CAMINO at UC Santa Cruz is seeking applicants to become certified facilitators for our workshop, Building a Better Fieldwork Future: Preventing Sexual Harassment and Assault in Field Settings. Applications are due August 5. Please circulate the opportunity to your network.
Certifed ‘Preventing’ facilitators will learn to lead a 90-minute workshop designed to train participants to prevent, identify, and intervene in incidents of sexual harassment and assault, with a particular emphasis on field settings. Facilitators will learn to discuss prevention and intervention methods, answer participant questions, and lead structured and productive discussions among participants.
Applicants should have experience conducting fieldwork in the natural or social sciences. This includes field research, taking or leading field courses, and other field experiences. Applicants should also have demonstrated experience in public speaking and leadership, and an interest and commitment to furthering equity and inclusion in field settings. Applicants may be based anywhere and are not required to be affiliated with UC. Due to COVID-19, the first training will be held virtually.
What to expect:
This 12-hour training program will require one half-day virtual training workshop, followed by preparation work and two supervised 90-minute workshop trials. After these, facilitators will become receive an official certification document from the University of California Field Research Safety Center of Excellence. Certified facilitators will be expected to lead at least two ‘Preventing’ workshops per year.
Applications are due August 5
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