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One Student supports sexual violence prevention programming on college campuses through trainings, keynote presentations, and online resources.

One Student offers intensive sexual violence prevention training programs to campuses, and their No Woman Left Behind campaign provides bystander intervention training. One Student's website offers a variety of online handouts for students and parents, such as:

  • "Raising Respectful Humans"
  • "Creating a Culture of Consent"
  • "Sexual Empowerment 101"

Access online handouts and information on trainings and keynote speakers from One Student on their website.

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