Bystander Intervention Training Request Form
Hello from the YWCA!

Thank you for your interest in scheduling a FREE youth-led Bystander Intervention training!

Our Bystander Intervention trainings are interactive, peer-led sessions about racist, sexist, and sexually violent behaviors. Participants of all ages, identities, and experiences are welcome to develop skills that empower them to successfully intervene in potentially harmful situations. Complete the form below to learn more about the tools you need to respond to harassment and protect the rights of everyone.

You will receive an email confirming workshop details, including the date, time, and location. If you have not received an email within 3 business days, please email:

***Trainings are offered February - June 2019***

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Training Descriptions:
*** Trainings are available afternoons, evenings, and weekends for 60-120 minutes ***

Bystander Intervention 101 - Participants develop skills for recognizing, safely responding, and intervening in problematic situations.

Bystander Intervention 201 - Participants strengthen intervention skills and strategies as they develop deeper understandings of social injustice, perpetrator behavior, and ways to intervene when difficult power dynamics are at play.

Anti-Bullying - Participants explore the concept of bullying on many levels to identify harmful beliefs, language, and behaviors, and effective strategies for confidence building and empowerment.

Undoing Everyday Racism & Sexism - Participants critically examine and challenge daily manifestations of racial and gender bias in order to eliminate systems that benefit some people and oppress and disadvantage others.

Sexual Violence Prevention - Participants interrogate the ways that our society is set up to support sexual violence through rape culture, and identify helpful warning signs and supportive practices.

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