Lewis & Clark offers multiple ways for students, faculty, and staff to engage with violence prevention on our campus
Lead the Change!
- Lead the Change: Bystander Intervention is a workshop designed to give participants the skills necessary to recognize signs of sexual and interpersonal violence and safely intervene. Workshops are 1.5-3 hours long and tailored to your group - whether that’s students, faculty members, or administrative staff. Together we have the opportunity to make Lewis & Clark a safer place for all.
- To schedule a Lead the Change! workshop or event for your student organization, team, club, or residence hall, email Melissa Osmond (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- To attend a Lead the Change! workshop or event for faculty/staff keep an eye on The Source, or email Melissa Osmond (email@example.com) to schedule a training for your department or office.
Dynamics of Violence
- Dynamics of Violence trainings are focused on defining sexual and interpersonal violence, examining the dynamics of power and control, and dispelling myths and misconceptions about campus violence. Trainings are 1.5-2 hours long and can be tailored to your group, although the primary focus is staff and faculty.
- Faculty and staff who work directly with students are highly encouraged to attend one of the workshops. Participants will leave with an understanding of their role as a responsible employee and resources for supporting students.
- To attend a Dynamics of Violence training keep an eye on The Source, or email Melissa Osmond (firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule a training for your department or office.
Sexual Assault Prevention Modules through EVERFI
Training courses from EVERFI prepare new college students for the unique challenges and responsibilities of college life. Focusing on creating a safe and healthy campus community by minimizing risks associated with alcohol, drugs, and sexual violence, the EVERFI courses take a harm-reduction approach that resonates with students and results in a healthy campus culture.
All incoming L&C First Year Students and Transfer Students are required to complete this course. Questions or concerns about the courses? Contact Melissa Osmond, at email@example.com.
- Starting in the 2019-2020 school year, ongoing modules were made available to students interested in learning more about these topics.