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Trainings and Presentations

The College provides an array of programs and opportunities to educate students, staff, and faculty about sexual harassment, including sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking prevention.

Are you a student or student organization student seeking guidance on a particular topic around sexual violence prevention and education? Are you a faculty member looking to bring more information to your class about healthy relationships? Perhaps you are seeking more details around your rights with pregnancy.

For more information or to schedule a training (including but not limited to the presentations below), contact the College’s Title IX Coordinator, Lisa MacDonald at or 781-239-3147.

How to Help a Friend: This interactive presentation focuses on signs and symptoms of unhealthy relationships, warning signs of dating violence/domestic abuse and offers strategies and tips for bystander intervention techniques. On campus and off campus resources are provided.

Target Audience: Students

Presentation length: Anywhere between 30-90 minutes.

Digital Abuse: This training focuses on the definitions of digital abuse as it relates to sexual violence, the challenges/impact of such conduct and how it’s on the rise in today’s society, and how individuals can protect themselves and help others.  Campus and local resources are provided.

Target Audience: Students, Faculty, Staff

Presentation length: 60 minutes

Pregnant and Parenting Student Rights: This is a discussion geared towards what students, faculty and staff should be aware of with regards to pregnant students in the classroom and on campus. Additional information is also available on the webpage Pregnant and Parenting Student Rights.

Target Audience: Students, Faculty, Staff

Presentation length: 30 minutes

Materials used to train Title IX personnel, can be accessed online:

MassBay Title IX Updates August 2020 →

Atixa — 2020 training materials →