DO YOU Facilitator's Certification Training

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Register Now for DO YOU Facilitator's Certification Training!
January 20-21, 2016 in Richmond
DO YOU: Building Youth Resilience Through Creative Expression is a primary prevention strategy to address teen dating violence, sexual harassment, and bullying by promoting positive youth development and healthy relationships

The Action Alliance is pleased to invite you to attend the DO YOU Facilitator's Certification Training in Richmond on January 20-21, 2016. This training is designed for adult facilitators and teen mentors (who are peer facilitators) interested in implementing DO YOU in their communities. This comprehensive training will equip you with all materials and experience necessary to successfully implement the 10-session DO YOU program locally with small groups of teens ages 13-16.
To register, click here.  
Materials include:

  • The UnCurriculum: Facilitator’s Guide (on CD)
  • 250 public domain art images [for collage making] 
  • 20 ‘Zines [ blank teen magazines]
  • DO YOU Evaluation Tools

Date: January 20-21, 2016  (January 20th - 10am-5pm; January 21st - 9am-4pm)

Cost: $300; each adult registration entitles you to bring up to two teen mentors for free

Location: Action Alliance Training Center, Richmond, VA

Scholarships available: If the cost of this training presents a hardship, Virginia-based applicants may submit a scholarship application prior to registering in order to be considered for a fee waiver. If your scholarship is granted, you still may bring up to 2 teen mentors at no cost. Please click herefor the Scholarship Application. Submit to Laura Bennett at
To learn more about the Do You Campaign please visit

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