Minnesota GLBTA Campus Alliance

Education and Training Program

Sidney and Alfonso

The MN Campus Alliance provides education and training around issues of gender, sexuality and social justice in order to promote and sustain welcoming, affirming and safe campuses, workplaces, and communities across the state and surrounding region.

Our trainers have a range of various experiences on leading participants through discussions around issues of geneder and sexuality.

These services are customizable to accommodate the needs of your organization. For more information email the Education Coordinator at education@mncampusalliance.org about these training programs, costs, and scheduling.

Why utilize training services?

Anne Hodson

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) individuals exist on every college and university campus, in every workplace setting, and in every organization. These students, coworkers, and community members deserve to study, work, and live in respectful and safe environments where they can be their whole selves.

Becoming an ally to the GLBT community is more than just knowing someone who is GLBT—this training program builds the knowledge and skills necessary to act effectively as an ally and to interrupt biphobia, homophobia, and transphobia. MN Campus Alliance trainings create opportunities for open and honest discussion on issues of gender and sexuality.

Available Training Programs

The MN Campus Alliance Education and Training Program offers six different trainings:

For detailed information on each of the trainings, please click on a title. All trainings can be customized to accommodate the needs of your organization. Consultations, facilitated dialogues, and speaker panels are also available by MN Campus Alliance trainers.