Campus Pride Trainings for Faculty & Staff

Wednesday February 19th

Campus Pride Safe Space Training

(see learning outcomes below)

Brockton Campus - B546
Breakfast will be served


Brockton Campus - B546
Lunch will be served

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Thursday February 20th

Train the Trainer Workshop

(see learning outcomes below)

Brockton Campus - B546
Breakfast will be served.

*Participants must complete one of the Safe Space Training sessions on the February 19th

Employees interested in completing the Train the Trainer Training on February 20th must agree to serve as a trainer for future Safe Space training at the college. The time commitment for trainers will generally vary from 2-4 hours per semester. Interested faculty and staff should speak with their supervisor about their interest prior to signing up for the Train the Trainer training on February 20th.

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Safe Space Learning Outcomes

  1. Better understand LGBTQ terminology and explain the difference between sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.
  2. Learn valuable research about the LGBTQ experience within higher education.
  3. Identify ways to create an inclusive classroom and campus space for LGBTQ students.

Safe Space Train the Trainer Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify the essential components of a campus Safe Space Program.
  2. Become familiar with learning activities to be used in a Safe Space Training Program.
  3. Strategize on effective practices in creating an inclusive campus environment for LGBTQ
  4. Develop a draft Safe Space training as necessary.

For more information about Safe Space Training Sessions visit https://www.campuspride.org/SafeSpace.

This training series is sponsored by the Dean of Students office, the Provost, and the Office of Diversity & Inclusion.

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The Campus Pride Safe Space Program is a nationally recognized program that provides training to create more inclusive and welcoming spaces for LGBTQ youth. Participants will strengthen their abilities to create safe spaces within their communities through becoming familiar with intersectional queer identities, exploring means of support for individuals in the coming out process and building skill sets to foster deeper inclusion.

Upon completing this training, all participants will receive certification from the Safe Space Training from Campus Pride and will be given license to utilize the Campus Pride Safe Space signage and resources to share more broadly within their communities.

For more information please email info@campuspride.org or call 704-277-6710 ext. 0.

“Now more than ever we need to create safe spaces of inclusion at college campuses - and within our local communities,” said Shane Windmeyer, Executive Director of Campus Pride. “Internalized stigma, harassment and bias causes LGBTQ youth to be at higher risk of negative health harms - and all this impacts their ability to live, learn and grow on campus.”

Campus Pride is the leading national educational organization for LGBTQ and ally college students and campus groups building future leaders and safer, more LGBTQ-friendly colleges and universities. The organization provides resources and services to thousands of college students and nearly 1400 campuses annually.
Learn more online at CampusPride.org.