About this Event
385 East 8th Street, Claremont, CA 91711https://www.cmc.edu/human-resources/staff-ath
Active Bystander Training is widely used prevention strategy for reducing rates of unwanted behaviors in a community. At higher education institutions, active bystander training is used to reduce rates of behaviors ranging from bias-related incidents, Title IX reports, and dangerous student drinking. In this session, participants will learn about the research that supports the efficacy of these trainings and bystander intervention strategies that can be utilized at CMC.
**RSVP Deadline: Tuesday, October 31st at 12pm**
Dan Hirsch; Director of Organizational Learning & Development
Lynzie De Veres; Assistant Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion; Title IX Administrator