MVP is a gender violence prevention program which uses the unique Bystander Approach to motivate both men and women to play a central role in solving problems that have historically been considered “women’s issues”: rape, battery, and sexual harassment. The MVP program views all individuals not as potential perpetrators or victims, but as empowered bystanders who can recognize and confront abuse.We recognize your critical role as an educator and mentor in shaping the attitudes and opinions of today’s youth and see it as an opportunity for creating a better society.The MVP Institute is a three-day interactive training consisting of two phases: During the first phase individuals go through the training as participants. During the second phase participants practice facilitating the MVP curriculum and create MVP implementation plans. Upon completion of the Institute, you will receive a digital copy of the MVP curriculum and are certified to utilize it with their direct service population. You are also eligible to receive 21 PDP’s from the Massachusetts Department of Education.To register for the MVP Institute, please complete the registration form at the end of the brochure (attached).
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