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Empower the Girls We Love: Personal Safety Training 101
Lieutenant Mike Kaselouskas of the University's Department of Public Safety will be conducting a two-and-a-half-hour class titled "Empower the Girls We Love: Personal Safety Training 101."
The next class will take place this Saturday, June 16, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., in Gengras Student Union, Room 333. Additional class dates will be announced in the future.
The program is being offered by SAM Training (Safe Approach for Managing Aggressive Behavior).
This dynamic program is geared toward all women, with a focus on high school and college-aged girls. Nothing is more important than preparing loved ones with life skills they can actually use to reduce their risk of becoming a victim. This program is an excellent way to provide girls with confidence-building, practical skills to raise awareness and avoid dangerous situations.
The first three faculty/staff members (or family members over the age of 16) who register will receive free seats for the program. Otherwise seats are $55 for all current Connecticut residents (discounted from $115).
To register, go to www.samprograms.com. If you have any questions, contact Lieutenant Mike Kaselouskas at 860.768.7873 or email@example.com.
Download a postcard for the program.
Download a brochure for the program.