Ally Space Training Program
Be an ally and take a stand.
An Ally Space training for undergraduate students will be held on Tuesday, February 25th, 4-7pmSign up here!  
The Ally Space Program provides a curriculum that builds awareness of the issues affecting LGBTQIA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual) persons, particularly during college life, and provides training to develop skills for allies.
Create more bias-free campus spaces where LGBTQIA persons feel safe, supported, and valued as members of the Drew community!
 Upon completion of a 3-hour training workshop, you’ll be given the option to join the Ally Space Network
and receive an official Drew Ally Space symbol decal to display.
The symbol signifies your commitment to being a resource and an ally to LGBTQIA persons.
The upcoming training session is free for any faculty and staff
who are interested in becoming allies and/or learning more about the LGBTQIA population.
Tuesday, February 25th, 4-7pm
 
Groups who cannot attend one of the scheduled sessions may also request an additional date.
We would be happy to scheduling a training for your student organization!
(This should not be part of any required/mandatory training)
For more information, or to register for a training session, visit: https://www.drew.edu/StudentActivities/ally-space-training
Send To: Class of 2014, Class of 2015, Class of 2016, Class of 2017, and Undergraduate.

Sent on: Feb 20, 2014