EDUCATORS and COACHES Training

Date & Time

Tue, Mar 2nd, 2021 3:00 pm

Our training for Educators, Coaches, and Youth Serving Adults is aimed at ensuring an inclusive and violence-free school culture for all students and athletes. These trainings since 2019 have received overwhelmingly positive feedback, and they are now available virtually. 

Register HERE for our March TRAINING which begins Tuesday, March 2nd at 3:00 p.m.  This virtual program consists of four 2-hour sessions that take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays for two consecutive weeks from 3:00 - 5:00pm.

  • March 2nd - Building Connections, Gender as a Social Construct
  • March 4th - Building Understanding, Harmful Gender Stereotypes
  • March 9th - Building Safety, Boundaries and Agreements
  • March 11th - Building Community, Upstander Intervention

This training progresses linearly, so participation in all sessions is essential. Please confirm your availability for all four sessions when signing up. The program is activity-based and discussion-centered. We believe that true learning occurs when we are allowed to interact with the material and with each other in a meaningful way.

Register HERE for our April TRAINING begins Tuesday, March 30th at 3:00 p.m.  This virtual program consists of four 2-hour sessions that take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays for two consecutive weeks from 3:00 - 5:00pm.

  • March 30th - Building Connections, Gender as a Social Construct
  • April 1st - Building Understanding, Harmful Gender Stereotypes
  • April 6th - Building Safety, Boundaries and Agreements
  • April 8th - Building Community, Upstander Intervention

Let us know HERE if you'd like to be notified of future trainings.

Local Educator's Review Of Training:

"We were thrilled to have Maine Boys to Men provide their Coaches & Educators Training to our staff in August of 2019. We hosted teachers and coaches from five districts, and several of my own staff said it was the most valuable Professional Development they had received in years. Following the training, three Falmouth teachers were inspired to start a Professional Learning Team devoted to implementing pieces of the Reducing Sexism and Violence Program (RSVP) curriculum into our work with students. It was a really valuable day and I left feeling both motivated to enact some changes and equipped with the resources to do so."

- Stephen Chabot, Assistant Principal, Falmouth Elementary School

Please see our one-page overview attached HERE for more information. For any immediate questions, contact danny@maineboystomen.org