Stand Out and Speak Up!
The characteristics and skills that make someone a great student leader are often the same as those that make someone an active bystander. This presentation examines the relationship between student leadership and being an active bystander as skills students can build and use to shape their impact on their community and organizations, build relationships, and promote inclusive and safe environments. Students will learn how to apply leadership and active bystander skills to intervene in potentially harmful situations that may occur within their organizations.
Presenter: Bilqis Amatus-Salaam, Coordinator in the Center for Health Education and Wellness
Tuesday, January 26 at 6:00pmVirtual Event