Education and Trainings

**If you cannot register through Ram Connect please contact us at TransAndQueer@wcupa.edu and we will assist you with registration!**

Queer Basics

Wednesday, September 16, 2020, 2:00—3:00pm via Zoom click here to register for the September session

Do you need a quick brush up on what the L, G, B & T mean? And what about the Q? This one-hour training explores trans and queer identities and communities and provides an intro to advocacy. For more information, please check out our Ram Connect page, ramconnect.wcupa.edu/CTQA, or contact us at transandqueer@wcupa.edu, or 610-436-3147.

Trans Advocacy

Tuesday, October 6, 2020, 2:00—3:00pm via Zoom click here to register for the October session

Trans, non-binary, genderfluid, genderqueer… what exactly does it all mean? This one-hour training will review terminology, problematic language, WCU policies, and qualities of an advocate as it relates to the transgender and non-binary communities and experiences. Participants will also discuss how society interacts with trans folks and what you can do to strengthen your advocacy. For more information, please check out our Ram Connect page, ramconnect.wcupa.edu/CTQA, or contact us at transandqueer@wcupa.edu, or 610-436-3147.

Intersectionality in Practice

Tuesday, October 22, 2020, 11:00—12:00 pm via Zoom click here to register for the October session

People of color can be trans and queer too! What?! This one-hour training will center trans and queer people of color identities and experiences. Participants will discuss the intersections of race, gender & sexuality and strategies for advocacy. For more information, please check out our Ram Connect page, ramconnect.wcupa.edu/CTQA, or contact us at transandqueer@wcupa.edu, or 610-436-3147.

From Allyship to Advocacy Training

Thursday, November 12, 2020, 1:00—3:00pm via Zoom click here to register for the November session

What does it mean to be an ally vs an advocate? During this 2-hour training participant will critically examine privilege, explore language, discuss strategies for accountability and ways to improve the climate for trans and queer communities. This training will provide tools and resources aimed towards deepening awareness, understanding, and knowledge. For more information, please check out our Ram Connect page, ramconnect.wcupa.edu/CTQA/home/, or contact us at transandqueer@wcupa.edu, or 610-436-3147.

Speakout

The Speakout Program, now run by SAGA, is an opportunity for West Chester University's trans and queer students to share their coming out stories with their peers. Request SAGA's Speakout volunteers to come to your space by filling out the Speakout Request form.

Requesting Trainings

 Please fill out the Training Request form in order to request a training for your class, group, or organization.

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