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Green Dot Student Overview (60 Minutes)

The Green Dot Student Overview is a 60 minutes interactive presentation that introduces the basic elements of Green Dot while using some skill building activities to engage participants in immediate action.  The basic elements of the presentation are used to provide a new framework of bystander intervention, generate campus-wide buy-in, and begin the process of behavioral change.  This presentation is open to any student group or class on campus.    

 

Green Dot Student Bystander Training (5-6 Hours)

The Green Dot Student Bystander Training is comprised of alternating components of brief lecture, individual reflection, small group interaction, and high energy activities.  It is designed with the bystander lens as the central frame of reference and guided by the question “What does the participant need to know in order to increase the likelihood of effective proactive and reactive bystander interventions in response to power-based personal violence?”  The training is comprised of 4 modules and is limited to 40 students.  

 

Faculty/Staff Green Dot Overview (60-75 Minutes)

The Faculty/Staff Green Dot Overview introduces the basic elements of Green Dot, focusing specifically on the vital role campus employees plan in establishing and reinforcing the culture within which students exist.  The basic elements of the presentation are used to provide a new framework of bystander intervention, generate campus-wide buy-in, and begin the process of behavioral change.  This presentation is open to any faculty/staff group on campus.   

 

Faculty/Staff Green Dot Bystander Training (3 hours)

The Faculty/Staff Green Dot Bystander training introduces the basic elements of Green Dot, focusing specifically on the vital role university employees play in establishing and reinforcing the culture that students and colleagues exist within.  The program is designed to help employees understand the expanded definition of “bystander” and to equip all university employees to integrate within their current job functions key behaviors that establish two norms: (1) power-based personal violence won’t be tolerated, (2) everyone – including faculty, staff, and administrators – does their part to keep the campus community free from violence and fear of violence.  This training is limited to 40 faculty/staff members.   

 

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