A group of 30—including ASB student representatives, instructors, counselors, deans, administrators, and members of the Diversity Committee—attended a three-day intense training to help fight bias and hate crimes on Continuing Education campuses.
The Stop the Hate training facilitators led the group through discussion, activity, statistics, and group presentations over an intense three-day training at the Educational Cultural Complex. Attendees were volunteers who wanted to transition into a more active role vs. a bystander role when witnessing bias incidents.
San Diego Continuing Education is the adult education division of the San Diego Community College District (SDCDD) and serves 90,000+ students annually at six main campuses and many community locations. Offering the Stop the Hate training to faculty and staff supports the SDCCD strategic goals to strengthen and expand support services to respond to changing student needs, and to enhance professional development for all staff.