S&T'S BYSTANDER INTERVENTION PROGRAM
STEP UP! empowers the campus community to foster a culture of awareness, intervention, and inclusion. It helps students recognize problematic events and increases their motivation, skills, and confidence when responding to problems or concerns.
The coalition consists of four subcommittees: Trainers, Outcomes & Assessment, Social Marketing, and Engagement & Implementation. S&T staff, faculty, and students work together to accomplish goals of the STEP UP! program.
The training is 50 minutes or 2 hours. It is a behavioral and educational program that aims to raise awareness of helping behaviors, increase motivation to help, develop skills and confidence when responding to problems or concerns, and ensure the safety and well-being of self and others. Attendance requirements: 10-30
Need the skills to help a friend? Want to be prepared to intervene in a problematic situation in the future? Meet with our health educator for a one-on-one bystander intervention consultation. Click contact us below to email Miner Wellness for more information.