Collegiate Recovery Community
There's a new movement on college campuses throughout the nation to provide recovery support for students who have struggled with drug and alcohol use. If you are interested in helping us determine what a recovery community would look like at UD, please email Jessica Estok at firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know!
Pow!'s application process occurs in the spring semester each year. If you are viewing this page during fall or early winter session, you are encouraged to return to this website in late winter/early spring for updated deadlines. The information below is updated annually.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Pow! is accepting applications now through March 27, 2015 at 5:00pm.
INTERVIEWING PROCESS: Applicants will be contacted by a representative of Pow! to schedule an interview. Applicants will be notified of their status e Spring Break. (NOTE that mandatory training will occur on Sat & Sun April 18 & 19, 2015.) Attendance at Pow! Training is MANDATORY for those applicants accepted to be Pow! Peer Educators.
If you are applying, please read the information pages linked by the "Join Pow" submenu topics. Mandatory training dates will be listed on the Training Information page as well as other important information about the position.
For more information or questions about the application process, contact email@example.com or call 302-831-3457.
Fundraiser for the Collegiate Recovery Community
Launch Trampoline Park
Come out and bounce to support UD's CRC! 25% of all proceeds raised from jump time will be donated by Launch to the CRC! All you have to do in mention the flyer or let them know you are there for the fundraiser for UD. Visit their website at LaunchDE.com
Get Up, Stand Up: Be a Courageous Bystander
Have you ever heard a sexist or homophobic joke and wished you had confronted it? Witnessed someone name-calling or hitting another person? Seen a man leading a heavily intoxicated woman into a room at a party and closing the door? Were you left with the nagging feeling that someone should have intervened...yet getting involved felt too risky? A "Courageous Bystander" is someone who takes an active role in promoting a respectful environment, or who takes action to safely and responsibly interfere with abusive attitudes, statements, or behaviors. This interactive program helps participants learn ways to be a courageous bystander and possibly save someone from victimization and trauma. Presented by UD's Sexual Offense Support (S.O.S.).
Run for Recovery 5K Run/Walk
Rockford Park, Wilmington, DE
The Collegiate Recovery Community at UD will have at table in support of the Limen House 5k. For more information about the Limen House program or to sign up for the 5k, go to their website at www.limenhouse.org