Register Now! Wheaton Life Watch: Bystander Intervention Training 11/9
Posted on October 12, 2010
Wheaton Life Watch: The New Sign of Leadership and Community
In response to alcohol-related incidents on campus, the Yellow Wood Commission is continuing Wheaton Life Watch, a bystander-intervention training program. Wheaton Life Watch combines strategies for safe alcohol use and tips on recognizing alcohol poisoning. Additionally, Wheaton Life Watch will strive to take the next step in promoting a safer alcohol culture by teaching students how to intervene in situations that have the potential to become dangerous. After the training, attendees will receive a Wheaton Life Watch blue wristband to wear in situations when alcohol is present as proof of their training and commitment to creating a more safe and responsible alcohol culture, thus raising awareness about the seriousness of alcohol abuse.
Last fall, 107 students were trained in Wheaton Life Watch. This year, we'd like to invite you to be part of the second cohort of Wheaton Life Watch graduates to demonstrate the importance of alcohol education on campus. Additionally, Resident Assistants, Preceptors, student athletes, and other campus leaders will be invited. The first 100 students to register will be guaranteed a spot at the training. We hope that you'll join us in this opportunity to make Wheaton a safer place.
To register, please fill out the Life Watch registration form at: http://bit.ly/LifeWatchRegistration by November 4th.
Or go to www.wheatoncollege.edu/yellowwood, click on "Wheaton Life Watch" in the news feed, and fill out the form.
Wheaton Life Watch
When: Wednesday, November 9th, from 6pm-8pm
Where: Holman Room
Registration Deadline: November 4th
Questions, please email email@example.com.
Join Life Watch today and help make Wheaton a safer campus community.