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Stand for State provides an interactive program that helps students understand their role in stepping in on campus and provide them with tangible tools to empower them to step in when it counts. The program will help students to recognize what's going on around them in their peer groups and discuss helpful tips for how to have conversations with their friends and peers.

    Program Overview

    What to expect:

    • Options for 60 or 90 minute programs
    • Choice of two themes:
      • Interrupting Sexual and Relationship Violence
      • Interrupting Acts of Bias and Discrimination
    • For Fall 2020 & Spring 2021 - choice of virtual Zoom-led session or student self-guided online module

    Program Goals:

    • Determine your current awareness and recognition of events happening around you

    • Learn and practice tangible tools with real-world scenarios

    • Commit to infusing everyday action into daily routine