The Role of Bystander Intervention in Overall Campus Safety
Presenter: Michael Ayalon
Presenting Partner: Greek University
Program Description: By understanding the origin of the term bystander effect and teaching college students the skills to take action and to intervene when witnessing risk peer behavior, we can reduce the number of incidents of alcohol and drug abuse, sexual assaults, and hazing on our college campus. This program features a speaker, videos, and interactive discussions with the students on the 5 stages of Bystander Intervention.
- Define bystander effect.
- Describe the 5 stages of Bystander Intervention.
- Evaluate the connections between Bystander Intervention and reducing the risks of alcohol/drug abuse, sexual assaults, and hazing on campus.
- Identify examples of peer-to-peer bystander awareness events that the fraternities and sororities have used to teach bystander intervention skills to other students on campus.
Time: 90 minutes
Intended Audience: Fraternity/sorority community
Partner Bio: As a successful motivational speaker and entrepreneur, Mike has headlined over 300 presentations across 100 college campuses. Mike’s strong technological background combined with his varied professional experience in building companies from startup to over $25 Million in annual sales gives him a profound understanding of the ways the complex issues of today penetrate all levels of educational structures. Mike is a TIPS-certified trainer and the former Executive Director of Sigma Pi Fraternity.
More information: Download a one-pager about this program.
Booking Information: Contact Michael Ayalon at 203-58-GREEK or firstname.lastname@example.org.