"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed. It is the only thing that ever has."  -Margaret Mead
A WISE private library

In our fall issue of Highlights, we shared with you our new co-location on Dartmouth Campus at 213 Wilson Hall right next to the HOP. We are settled in and have been busy making it a warm and welcoming place to meet with student, faculty, and staff survivors.

In addition to the amazing location, the space has a full set of bookshelves ready to fill! We are slowly building a modest library and are looking for recommendations.

Send us your suggestions here , or feel free to drop off a copy of your favorite book to us. We love learning about the books that are meaningful to you, and hope that the project expands horizons and sparks some curiosity!
A WISE guide to Big Little Lies

Big Little Lies by Lianne Moriarty offers a comprehensive exploration of gender-based violence. The novel and HBO series are both appealing and relevant in current pop culture. The stories are varied, complex, and full of opportunities to reflect.

Some themes in the novel emerge for us and we would like to share our WISE thoughts with you.  Click here to learn more .
Sign-up for Spring
Volunteer Training

Our spring session of Foundations of Gender-Based Violence begins on March 3rd. This training provides the skills to end violence within your own spheres of influence.

Court Observer training will take place on March 16, 9-11:30 am . Court Observers are a consistent presence on the side of victims at court proceedings.

Space is limited, so please contact us as soon as possible to sign up for this session. For more information, email  Stacey .
Join Team WISE
Covered Bridges Half Marathon
We are so excited about our WISE Team running the  Covered Bridges Half Marathon  o n June 7, 2020. Our team members represent 8 states and their ages span 5 decades.

There is still space on our team, so if you are looking for inspiration to get out and pound the pavement, join us. Run the prettiest 13.1 miles and support our mission to end gender-based violence.

Click here to learn more, sign up for Team WISE, or sponsor one of our WISE runners.
We're hiring!

Prevention and Education Program Educator
Facilitate violence prevention curriculum to K-12 students, educators and parents. The perfect candidate has experience designing effective learning activities and developmentally appropriate workshops, loves working with young people, and is excited to be a part of an organization committed to ending gender-based violence. Click here to learn more .

Youth Advocacy Coordinator
Must love working with youth to support their safety and autonomy. Knowledge of youth and child development and the impacts of gender-based violence strongly preferred. WISE works as a team, and the right candidate will be committed to social change and thrive in a fast-paced, dedicated and passionate team environment. Click here to learn more .

Development Coordinator
Join our Development team and help us meet the financial goals of WISE. Primary responsibilities include managing the donor database, gifts, and coordinating fundraising events. Additional responsibilities may include grant-writing, donor communications, donor research, and other fundraising-related projects. Click here to learn more .

Interested? To apply for these positions, please send a cover letter and resume to Peggy O'Neil, Executive Director .
Leading the Upper Valley to end gender-based violence
Program Center · 38 Bank Street · Lebanon, NH 03766
every hour, every day · 866-348-WISE
tel: 603-448-8922 · fax: 603-448-2799 · www.wiseuv.org