Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change we've been seeking.
- Barack Obama
Students will submit a creative and powerful poster highlighting the problem we are facing and how we can fix it as a community and nation.
The winning posters will be hung around Davis, UC Davis, and the capital building.
Click the link below and start your poster today.
By developing an interactive way for students to research and showcase the effects that sexual assualt and dating violence can have on someone's life.
The PSA must promote a message that ties into our mission statement, but is entirely creative.
Click the button below to learn more on how to start your own PSA.
SAAC is striving towards implementing education on the awareness and prevention of sexual assualt and dating violence into every school in Davis. We hope to educate a growing generation that has a better grasp on the idea of consent, and is able to understand what to do when they find themselves in a bystander position.
SAAC Interview on DCTV
SAAC Team Members Michael Leahy and Dawn Yackzan along with Junior High School student Natalli Melgoza discuss sexual assault in Davis and the aims of the SAAC
SAAC Wins Thong Hy Huynh Award!
Watch the Winning PSA!
Congratulations to our PSA winners Sophie Mae Bertain, Julie Nguyen, and Stephanie Chang on their incredible PSA! It is now showing at the local Regal Theaters, and spreading invaluable information to our community.
Winning SAAC Posters on exhibit at State Capitol
SAAC Receives Award
Noon Rotary Club honors SAAC director Dawn Yackzan with the annual "Have a Heart for Children Award"
SAAC Receives Additional Award
Yolo County District Attorney's Office honors SAAC director Dawn Yackzan with the "Hero of the Year" Award