Please note that Saturday, Feb. 9th's training has been shortened. Training is now set for Friday, 1-5pm and Saturday, 9am-2pm. Additionally, MCSR Executive Director Neil Irvin plans to welcome participants at Friday's training. Please RSVP to Lori Hardesty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This spring, the non-profit organization Men Can Stop Rape
(MCSR), Inc. seeks 4-6 male UMBC students to serve as Men Of Strength
(MOST) Club Facilitators to work with young men regarding "attitudes and
awareness about bullying and sexual harassment, healthy relationships, and masculinity." MCSR is workingwith 2-3 sites in East Baltimore,which includes the Carmelo Anthony Rec Center. The hope
is to recruit two males to co-facilitate these sessions.Before the holiday break, MCSR hosted an Info
Session to share more about this program.
In order to become a facilitator, you must complete a 1½ day
training, and are expected to implement the curriculum each week (@ 2-3
hours/week to include the time for travel). Sessions would take place this
spring after school and would be during the week. MOST facilitators would
have the ability to be enrolled in the 096 Community Service & Learning
practicum through the Shriver Center, a zero-credit transcript notation for
participating in this service-learning opportunity.
Next Friday, 2/8
(1-5pm) and Saturday, 2/9 (9am-4pm), Rhett Walker, MCSR Campus Training
Coordinator, and his colleague Jason Page, will lead the training sessions.
RSVP to Lori Hardesty, Assistant Director, Service-Learning, K-16 Partnerships
at email@example.com.After you RSVP, you will receive confirmation
on location, any preparation needed for the training, etc.