Green Dot Strategy

 

Upcoming Green Dot Trainings

Join us for a fun and interactive day of learning on how we can be proactive and reactive in ending power-based personal violence (a red dot) in our community.

Flagler College Bystander Trainings empower students to explore ways to take action (a green dot) and establish a campus that does not tolerate violence. Lunch, co-curricular credit/community service hours, and prizes will be provided upon completion.

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To sign-up, please fill out the form below

Green Dot Training Sign up
(as listed on the Completion Certificate)

 

About Green Dot

Flagler College participates in the Green Dot program, a comprehensive approach to the primary prevention of violence that capitalizes on the power of peer and cultural influence.

Green Dot is a Bystander Intervention Program that recognizes that most people care about the high prevalence of power-based personal violence but don’t have the tools to know how to be part of the solution. The Green Dot Bystander Trainings help create new proactive norms and to challenge our barriers that keep us from saying something when we see something. Green Dot is a movement, a program, and an action. The Strategy involves students, faculty and administrators in promoting a safe campus environment where violence is not tolerated.

We recognize that no one has to do everything, but everyone has to do something.

A Green Dot Overview for students, faculty, staff and administrators can be scheduled.

The Green Dot Bystander Training for students is a five-hour training.

The Green Dot Bystander Training for faculty, staff and administrators is a three-hour training.

For more information, please contact Lindsay Thompson, Green Dot Coordinator, at lindsayt@bettygriffincenter.org.