- greendot, etc.
- staff and board
- kristen parks
- gail schoolfield
- marigail sexton
- board of directors
The four-day Green Dot etc. training provides a basic level of competency that should allow for successful implementation of the Green Dot etc. program.
Over the last several years it has become evident that some institutions and organizations have had more intensive needs or challenges in certain areas and that in such cases follow-up consultation is valuable. This additional consultation/training follow-up is available depending on the needs of the organization. Based on past requests, we offer the following options:
Staff who are implementing the Green Dot etc. program will often request additional skill building in the following areas:
Universities, agencies, and coalitions sometimes desire additional assistance in building “buy-in” for the Green Dot etc. program. In these situations consultation can include:
Implementing Green Dot etc. requires strategic planning. These sessions assist with the development of specific strategies to achieve successful implementation:
Many times Green Dot etc. is only a part of a broader prevention strategy. This consultation can assist in the fluid integration of Green Dot etc. into existing efforts.
Contact us to discuss and arrange for consultation.
ONSITE TRAINING AVAILABLEFor information about scheduling on onsite training contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Green Dot, etcetera, our work goes beyond the Green Dot program itself. As leaders in violence prevention, we provide training, technical assistance, and program development for individuals, schools, and organizations both domestically and internationally as they work to foster safe communities. We are proud to be a technical assistance provider for the U.S. Department of Justice, Office o Violence Against Women Campus Program. To learn more about that initiative, please visit our OVW Technical Assistance section.
We are collaborating with Hollaback! to support their amazing efforts to address street harassment. To learn more about street harassment and how you can do your part to reduce it, check out ihollaback.org.