Space Safe Training
Posted on Monday, February 1st, 2016 by Kallie Eberling
Concordia will be holding safe space training next Monday at 7 pm in the Birkeland Alumni Lounge.
The purpose of the safe space initiative at Concordia is to promote a more open environment throughout our community regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Trained members of the safe space initiative pledge to be confidential, nonjudgmental and supportive contacts for all individuals of the Concordia College community to talk to.
All faculty and staff within various departments on campus are all certified in Safe Space. The health center, office of ministry, residence life, enrollment, the counseling center, and the security/ public safety department all make being open and welcoming to students part of their mission. Also, there are professors all over campus that are certified in space safe.
Safe space certified faculty offices are signified with a rainbow triangle sticker outside of their door. After completing training student, faculty and anyone who participates will be given
It is free to register and the deadline is next Monday (the 8th) at noon, students or faculty are welcome to come and get Safe Space certified! If any questions about the process arrive Amanda Pieters is available for contact.