Safe Zone Training
What Is Safe Zone?
Safe Zone is an ally training program for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, Queer/Questioning community. This engaging and interactive training is presented by Babson College staff. Participation in this two-hour training will allow participants to receive a Safe Zone sticker to identify your space as a Safe Zone.
"I attended Safe Zone training not knowing what to expect, but I got out knowing so much more about it and glad I went. In my opinion everyone should go. It's doesn't matter if you're straight or not, everyone is welcome to attend, especially if you want to become a global leader."
- Lillian Reczek '16
Safe Zone Training Topics
- Heterosexual Privilege
- Common Language/Terminology
- The Coming Out Process
- How to Provide Support/Be an Ally
Safe Zone Participant Resources
Faculty and Staff
Safe Zone Training for Students, Thursday, November 20, 7-9 p.m.
Request a training
If you are interested in hosting a Safe Zone training for a group, office or department on-campus please feel free to send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Your name
- Your group
- Estimated attendance
- Potential date(s) for the training
- Any special requests or helpful information
Babson Safe Zone Educators
Babson Safe Zone Coordinator
Kevin Araujo-Lipine, Residence Life
Erin Carcia, Public Safety
John Crisafulli, Education Abroad
Chuck Collins, Graduate Student Affairs
Marjorie Feld, Associate Professor & Faculty Director, Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership
Katrina Fludd, Multicultural Programs
Jamie Kendrioski, International Student & Scholar Services
Miranda Nordell, Health Services