Step Up. Step In. BU. Bystander Training for SAO
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
**The session on March 25, 2014 at 2:00 pm will be the last session during the spring semester. If you are interested in recieveing AB funding, please send a representative to this session.
The Step Up. Step In. BU. bystander training is offered as a requirement for Student Activities Office recognized organizations accepting funding from the Allocations Board. Each organization is required to send at least one person with allocation responsibilities to a training session (usually a member of the organization’s executive board).
The training, Step Up. Step In. BU., is an interactive bystander training session to raise awareness about sexual assault and what we as members of the BU community can do to help prevent it. Sessions will be held throughout the fall semester and run approximately two hours in length. Please be aware that because the Step Up. Step In. BU. training is interactive, there is a minimum number of participants necessary for the training to proceed as scheduled. If the minimum number of participants required for the training session has not been met, you will be notified by e-mail in advance that the session has been canceled. We apologize for this inconvenience, and ask that you please sign up for another session. When you are attending a training session, please be sure to arrive on time – late arrivals may have to reschedule to attend another session.
Please contact the Sexual Assault Response & Prevention Center (SARP) at 617.353.7227 or firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions or concerns about this requirement or the Step Up. Step In. BU. training. Thank you very much.
Sexual Assault Response & Prevention Center
930 Commonwealth Avenue
Sexual Assault Response & Prevention Center (SARP)
The Sexual Assault Response & Prevention (SARP) Center works with departments and organizations on campus to foster and promote individual and collective action to reduce gender-based violence. The SARP Center also provides rapid, confidential, compassionate and free-of-charge advocacy and assistance to BU students who have experienced a traumatic incident, including sexual trauma and rape.