Volunteer Opportunities



A key way EROC supports survivors of sexual violence is by referring them to legal and mental health professionals. We work with legal professionals of all specialties, and do not require that you specialize in gender-based violence law, but have an intersectional speciality that can support survivors. If you are interested in supporting survivors alongside EROC, please fill out the form below and one of our team members will follow up with you.


EROC is always looking to spread the work of amazing artists, writers, and communicators through our social media channels and our Centering the Margins Medium Blog. Please fill out the form and we will provide you with our EROC Guidelines (coming soon!) and next steps!


There are many ways you can fundraise for EROC. Whether is running or participating in an athletic event to benefit EROC, host a yoga class or other service and donate the proceeds to EROC, host a party/concert/event and donate coverage, or any other ideas, please contact us by filling out the form below, and we will help provide you with any materials you may need and set you up with a unique fundraising page.


There are many ways to support EROC in our mission to end campus sexual violence. Visit our Take Action Portal to learn how you can counter rape culture in your everyday life. Learn about how you can counter rape culture in your various roles (student, alumni, parent, educator, etc.). Volunteer your time with EROC.

If you are a researcher featured in peer-reviewed literature, we are accepting relevant journal articles and research to add to our website to ensure that all who intend to find relative information on campus sexual assault and its impacts on historically marginalized communities have easy and free access. If you’d like your research to be featured on our Centering the Margins site, please go to our contact page and include any links to your articles. We are looking for research that is inclusive of the following communities and issue areas:

  • Communities of Color (i.e., relative to the diaspora of Black, Asian, Indigenous, and Latinx communities and more)
  • LGBTQIA Communities (i.e., Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual, and more)
  • Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Tribal and Hispanic Serving Institutions, and Community Colleges
  • Intersectionality (e.g. gender/sexual identity, race/ethnicity, socio-economic status, citizenship, religion, etc.)
  • Undocumented and International Survivors
  • Male Survivors
  • Neurodiversity
  • Healing + Wellness
  • Sexual Assault/Harassment
  • Gender-Based Violence
  • Institutional Betrayal
  • Cultural Betrayal
  • Survivor advocacy
  • Mandatory Reporting
  • Intersectionality
  • Generational Trauma
  • White Supremcy
  • Slavery and Genocide
  • Civil Rights
  • Religion and Faith-Based
  • Human and sex trafficking
  • Child Abuse and Molestation
  • Police Brutality
  • and so much more…