Our training for all youth-serving adults, including educators and coaches, is aimed at ensuring an inclusive and violence-free school culture for all students and athletes. Since 2019, these trainings have received overwhelmingly positive feedback; they are now being offered back in person.

Youth-serving adults are crucial pillars of influence and support in the lives of students, particularly for developing identity, supporting self-esteem, and navigating peer relationships. This fast-paced, activity-based, and discussion-centered training will give educators, coaches, and other adults both a greater understanding of the societal messages facing boys and men and an introduction to the tools needed to create inclusive environments in classrooms and on athletic teams.

Our next workshop, open to all youth-serving adults, will be Friday, November 19 from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Register HERE.

The workshop will consist of four content areas:

  • Building Connections: Gender as a Social Construct
  • Building Understanding: Harmful Gender Stereotypes
  • Building Safety: Boundaries and Agreements
  • Building Community: Upstander Intervention

The workshop will be held at the Mason-Motz Activity Center, 190 Middle Rd, Falmouth ME. There is on-site parking and we will provide sandwiches and snacks. The suggested registration donation is $35 and scholarships are available.

If you are not able to attend this session, you can click here to tell us that you'd like to be notified of future training sessions. Please contact danny @ with any questions.

"We were thrilled to have Maine Boys to Men provide their Coaches & Educators Training to our staff in August 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