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Community and Professional Trainings

SVC Educational Event

Sexual Violence Center advocates are experienced community educators, developing custom training for schools, nonprofit, public, and private businesses on topics including:

  • Sexual violence
  • Sexual harassment
  • Consent
  • Healthy relationships
  • Impacts of sexual violence on survivors
  • Responding to disclosures
  • Safe(r) online dating
  • Bystander intervention
  • Oppression and its relationship to sexual violence

Youth Education

REAL TALK is our series of interactive presentations for middle school, high school, and college students ages 12-22. These presentations are designed to empower young people with the knowledge and skills they need to engage in healthy relationships and create safer communities.

Community Outreach

The advocates at the Sexual Violence Center engage in outreach to diverse communities through participation in various events, including health fairs, community resource fairs, and music events. Our advocates love to embrace creativity in our outreach. We have represented SVC by setting up tables at venues such as music festivals, breweries, street festivals, and career fairs, ensuring a presence wherever the audience needs access to information about their services.

Community Education

Sexual Violence Center offers educational presentations to the broader community through conferences, resource fairs, and public events.

Professional Training

Sexual Violence Center provides training on sexual violence to professionals in medical, legal, educational, human service, law enforcement, and correctional facilities. Our training can enhance your organization’s understanding of trauma-informed care and improve the quality of services you provide to victim survivors.

Schedule a Community or Professional Presentation

Use the button below to submit a request for a training or an advocate presence at your community event.

Training for Volunteer Sexual Advocates

Three times a year, we offer a 40+ hour training that prepares volunteer advocates to provide direct service support to victim survivors of sexual violence in accordance with Minnesota State Statute §595.02(k). Learn more about training for volunteers.

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