SSU Safe Zone Trainings
Starting Spring 2016!
Safe Zone training are held the third Wednesday of every semester. Join us for the morning training from 9 -12 or the afternoon training from 1 – 4. The registration page will give you all the details. Coffee and snacks provided.
The purpose of the Safe Zone program can be found here. (http://www.sonoma.edu/safezone/)
If your group would like to attend a training, contact us and we are happy to schedule a training for your group either during our regular trainings or another time. Plan to schedule the training for 3 – 3.5 hours. Email: Cariina Buzo, firstname.lastname@example.org, Laurel Holmstrom-Keyes, email@example.com or Lauren Morimoto, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also offer 50 minute workshops on specific topics:
- Gender Awareness in the Classroom and Beyond
- Multidimensional Sexualities
- Resources 2.0
Please contact us if you are interested in any of these.
"it was fast paced and thoughful. I didn't feel impatient or bored or rushed." - Faculty
“A very relaxed and comfortable environment” - Student
"Really great! The time felt long on paper but actually flew by. There was a great breadth of topics" - Staff
"So informative and delivered in a comfortable and open way" - Admin
"Excellent handouts and resources, nice mix of media and activities" - Faculty
“The overall training was not only interesting, but accessible”- Student
"I found the training eye-opening, informative and confidence-building" - Faculty
"The training covered ALL levels of understanding on the LGBT+ spectrum - Thank you!" - Admin
“I would support anyone willing to confide in me”- Student
“I feel empowered” - Student
“I learned valuable lessons about making students fell validated and heard” - Faculty
“I will be recommending the training. It is a wonderful resource” - Faculty
“I think it should be required of all faculty” - Faculty
“I feel now that I’m better prepared to support someone in need” - Staff
“The training is essential to all employees on this campus” - Staff
“I want all members of this community to feel welcome and valuable” - Staff