Green Dot Training

Student Green Dot Training

The goal of Green Dot is to implement a bystander intervention strategy that prevents and reduces power-based personal violence. Power-based violence includes: sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. A Green Dot is a behaviour, choice, or action that promotes safety for everyone on campus.

*Register Today for our next Student training session: Thursday October 19th

Location: McComsey Ford Atrium 4-7pm

Details: Pizza, snacks and drinks will be provided. FREE t-shirt for completing the training. Facilitators are Dr. Fredrika Schmitt and Margo Thorwart. 


Employee Green Dot Training

*Register today for our next Employee training session: Monday October 23rd

Location: SMC 118 9-10am

Details: *Coffee will be provided. FREE coffee travel mug for completing the training. Facilitators are Margo Thorwart and TBD.

Already Green Dot Trained?

Proactive Green Dots are behavious, choices, or actions we can do to make it less likely red dots will ever happen. Put your Green Dot knowledge and active bystander skills to use and volunteer to staff a Green Dot table at various MU events this spring. CHEP will provide the activity, giveaways, and information for the table. We just need YOU to help staff the table and interact with students and employees who walk by.

*Volunteer today - various dates and times available.

 Register to Volunteer

Contact CHEP: / 717-871-4143