Workshops & Training
Lead with Courage: Bystander Intervention Training
This training session is designed to give community members knowledge, skills, and awareness to become pro-social bystanders in the Stonehill Community and beyond. Participants will:
- Learn about different types of bystanders and their actions.
- Better understand our Stonehill community expectations about bystander intervention.
- Develop a common language around microaggressions, bias incidents, and hate crimes.
- Learn techniques to become a pro-social bystander.
- Learn more about campus resources to support bystander intervention
The facilitators are members of the Bias Incident Prevention & Response Team.
Supporting First-Generation College Students
During this interactive session, participants will be encouraged to reflect on their own personal narratives while also gaining a greater understanding of the issues that face First-Generation College Students both here at Stonehill and beyond. Participants will learn about the struggles that first-gens face while navigating the higher-education system. The session will close with a discussion on how to create an inclusive yet diverse campus.
Safe Zone Workshop
This Safe Zone Workshop is designed to educate those who want to serve as allies to individuals who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT). Community members participate in Safe Zone workshops to better understand information, terms, and experiences of those who identify has LGBT. At the conclusion of the workshop, individuals may choose to post a "Stonehill Safe Space" card on their door. This card symbolizes that the person has engaged in conversations to serve as a resource for LGBT community members. We reserve the "Stonehill Safe Space" cards particularly for those who attended a training at Stonehill because we have conversations unique to our Catholic identity and mission.