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Center for Advocacy, Response and Education: Changing Seasons

Since shifting from the K-State Women's Center to CARE, immense growth and new initiatives are underway in our office. As a recipient of a Victim of Crime Act grant from the Kansas Governor's Grants Program, CARE is now able to expand our staff! We are looking for a CARE Advocate to join our team. View the position description (pdf).

Join us as we welcome these candidates to campus. The candidates will present and answer questions. All sessions will be held in room 247 of the Leadership Studies Building on the Manhattan Campus. Click on the candidates names for their application information.

Thursday, January 21

1:00-2:00 p.m.  - Clara Kientz

Friday, January 22

11:00-12:00 p.m - Kinsey Rone


CARE's Nonviolence Half-hour show on KSDB Wildcat 91.9

CARE has the great pleasure of working with the K-State radio station, KSDB 91.9, to bring listeners the Nonviolence Half-hour. During these shows, the CARE coordinators (plus some awesome guests from time-to-time) pick a topic related to our office's work and current events and tackle it for about 30 minutes while also sharing our favorite music. Feel free to check out our recorded shows:

Male Sexual Assault

How to support friends and family who experience sexual or domestic violence

Consent is merely a cup of tea

Yes Means Yes

Game of Thrones and rape depictions in TV

Rape Myths

Music: Expression and Accountability