On this campus, I believe there’s something out there for everyone, you just have to seek it!
Bio: Kayla Craig is a Senior at Rutgers University—Newark, majoring in Criminal Justice, with a Minor in Sociology. During her time at Rutgers University—Newark, she has been greatly involved within Student Affairs. She was previously an Orientation Leader and Peer Connector, and she is currently serving as the President of Program Board. She also works with The Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA) as a Programming Assistant. Within that role, she facilitates presentations and training surrounding interpersonal violence, assists with curriculum/workshop creation and promotion, and serves as a Peer Advocate supporting students in crisis.
About the Office:Throughout my involvement within Student Affairs, I was able to cultivate a home here at Rutgers University—Newark. In that home, I was granted the opportunity to learn life-long skills, build meaningful connections, and re-invent myself into the leader I’ve always aspired to be. Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA) has gifted me with a collegiate purpose outside of the classroom that allows me to educate, mentor, and give back to the community around me, which is where I have always felt most “in my element”. I will always recommend taking advantage of all the resources that Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA) has to offer. On this campus, I believe there’s something out there for everyone, you just have to seek it!