Green Dot Bystander Training
Green Dot Bystander training is a peer education program based on the premise that each individual wields the greatest amount of influence with those in his/her social circle – from best friends‚ to classmates‚ roommates‚ sorority sisters, fraternity brothers and party buddies. Rather than putting students in front of a group of strangers doing a presentation using a traditional “peer educator” model‚ Green Dot Bystanders are trained to use their knowledge and ability to influence change with those who already like and respect them. Green Dot Bystanders will be able to spread “Green Dots” all over campus and continue to exert their influence to create social change to stop sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence.
Upcoming Green Dot Bystander Training
Friday, February 26, 2016
3 p.m.- 9 p.m.
Reid Campus Center Ballroom.
If you are interested in attending the upcoming Green Dot bystander training, please contact Barbara Maxwell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be the Green Dot; start today!