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BSU SAAMThe WCA is fortunate to work with many Boise State University (BSU) students through the BSU Service-Learning Department. This semester, the WCA is a community partner for the COMM 498: Senior Seminar course.

This group of students have put countless hours and great energy into conceptualizing a campaign for the whole month of April. Each week of the month has a different theme – Safety, Healing, Freedom, and CommUNITY – based on the WCA’s mission and vision statement. Throughout each week, the students are putting on events, making trainings available and tabling at various locations to educate the campus community.

They are also hosting a month-long donation drive collecting menstrual products for the WCA. The kick-off event took place on April 1; a panel featured experts, including WCA clinician, Rachael Bazzett.

The WCA will have the opportunity to do outreach to the BSU community throughout April. The thought and time that this group of students put into this awareness campaign on BSU’s campus is commendable. We hope that their work helps students become aware of resources available to them both on and off campus, as well as creating a community of engaged, active bystanders.

See more details about the work these students are doing on the BSU campus here: https://www.facebook.com/saamboisestate/

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