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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
  • Resources

Safe Zone Participant Resources

Upcoming Trainings

Faculty and Staff

Upcoming trainings will be posted soon

Students

Upcoming trainings will be posted soon

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 lgbtq@babson.edu 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

Trainers

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

Safe Zone Sticker
Kevin Araujo-Lipine

“Safe Zone is a training program that allows people of all walks of life to discuss and understand the experiences of LGBTQ people. Each training session is engaging and practical for each participant, no matter what their experience level.”

— Kevin Araujo-Lipine
Assistant Director, Residence Life