All attendees will receive a complimentary Respect for All Project film and curriculum guide of their choice.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Adults who work especially with youth–teachers, school counselors, health and wellness coordinators, student leadership advisors, GSA advisors, administrators and community youth organization staff.
WHAT YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: In a highly interactive format, we will
- explore issues of respect, identity, bias and community that affect you personally and professionally;
- provide an overview of research-backed, nationally hailed Respect for All Project approaches, materials and frameworks that you can implement in your setting with young people;
- Deepen skills, capacity and leadership for: – addressing bias and bullying; – supporting diverse identities, with a focus on gender and sexuality; – improving school climate; – welcoming diverse families.
- Create concrete action plans that you can use to implement change.
WHEN: Feb 6 & 7, 2015, 9:30 – 4:00. Morning coffee and lunch provided!
WHERE: At a beautiful conference center in Downtown Oakland. BART & wheelchair accessible.
COST: $50 – $80 sliding scale! Thanks to the generosity of the San Francisco Foundation and individual donors, GroundSpark is able to offer this training at a very reduced price! Limited though, to no more than two participants from any one school site or community organization.
REGISTER: Please fill out this online form.
Visit our website to learn more about attending a Respect for All Project Institute, and read more about what happened at a previous RFAP Institute .