Green Dot Training April 17

Green Dot, a nationally recognized bystander training program, is coming to RVCC this Friday, April 17 from 12-5 pm in the Bateman Center, room BC-116.

A Green Dot is any action that reduces the risk of violence in the moment, supports a survivor or creates a culture less tolerant of power-based personal violence.

This training will show how to intervene as a bystander in situations of bullying and violence. Trained students will have the opportunity to prepare campus activities and events to promote bystander intervention and prevent violence in our campus community.

The training is open to students and staff. Free lunch will be served. For more information about Green Dot, visit

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