The UNC Chapel Hill Men’s Project is a campus initiative that aims to recruit a diverse group of male-identified Carolina students to promote healthier forms of masculinity and increased involvement in UNC Chapel Hill’s violence prevention efforts.
Applications are due by midnight on Wednesday, January 27th.
Accepted applicants will participate in a 10-week program (2-hours per-week) that will explore a wide spectrum of masculinities, examine how our own stories are shaped by masculinity, and gain the tools and knowledge to become peer allies, leaders, and educators in violence prevention efforts at UNC.
You should consider applying if you are interested in:
- learning about how you can support gender equity and violence prevention efforts;
- joining a network of male-identified individuals interested in critical conversation, fellowship, and creative action;
- gaining leadership skills;
- learning about the impact of violent masculinity on ourselves and our society;
- becoming a trained violence prevention ally and peer educator;
The UNC Men’s Project is committed to using an intersectional approach to discussing masculinity, and working with a diverse group of men who identify across the spectrum of sexuality and come from different class, ability, racial, religious, and ethnic groups.
All currently enrolled male-identified UNC students (graduate and undergraduate) are welcome and encouraged to apply.
Application available at: https://studentwellness.unc.edu/mpapp