End Rape on Campus

Campus Data Fellow

June - August 2019 • Washington, DC

What I liked

As EROC's Campus Data Fellow, Elizabeth Kim helped establish an accessible, accurate, self-sustaining School Accountability Map, which aims to make every US college and university's sexual assault policies and history transparent and accessible to the average college student. She developed and launched the Map Volunteer Campaign: not only did she coordinate a team of 20+ volunteers who conducted research for the Map, she also programmed and hosted Map Day, a Facebook Live event curated to inform volunteers about Title IX.

What I wish was different



Absolutely work for EROC. Not only will you learn about the fight against sexual violence, you'll also learn about how a nonprofit strategizes with policy/law and communication on a national level. It's a small organization of some very accomplished, everyone is also extremely generous with their knowledge and expertise. As Campus Data Fellow, my primary projects were policy related. However, when I took the initiative to work with both Communications and Programming departments, the entire staff was very receptive to that.
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