Schedule a presentation with your office or student group.
Green Dot is Creighton’s violence prevention program, focusing bystander intervention. This presentation will introduce the concept of Green Dot and provide participants with strategies for intervening in situations where violence could occur. (approximately 30 minutes in length)
This training is an in-depth look at sexual violence and the role of a bystander. The training will help participants recognize potential “red dot” situations, identify behaviors associated with stalking, partner violence, and sexual assault, understand the role of a bystander and the obstacles to action, understand how to implement a reactive and proactive “green dot,” and identify 3 types of green dots to use in any situation. (approximately 6 hours in length)
What is consent? How do you define consent? Do you pay attention to verbal and non-verbal cues from others? How do you give consent in different situations?
The VIP Center invites you to talk about these questions, watch some video clips and discuss ways to communicate about consent. This program is great for all audiences, as the issue of consent covers many everyday situations. How do you know your friend wants a hug? How do you effectively tell a friend that you don't want to dance, even as they pull you out onto the dance floor? How do you let your date know it's ok to hold your hand? (approximately 1 hour in length)
$tart $mart workshops provide college women who are approaching the job market with knowledge and skills to negotiate salaries and benefits so that they receive fair and realistic compensation. The workshop covers the following topics:
-The personal consequences of the gender wage gap and what a $1 million loss means over one's working life
-Resources for benchmarking reasonable salaries and benefits, including salary ranges, the impact of market realities on salaries, and how to compare skills and accomplishments to target a realistic salary range
-Negotiation skills that teach women how to aim high and be realistic, including practice through role play
-Knowing your bottom limit by developing a bare-bones budget to pay rent, buy groceries, repay student loans, and other basic expenses
$tart $mart is sponsored by The Office of Equity and Inclusion, Heider College of Business, Creighton Career Center, and Graduate, Adult, and Professional Studies