You do not need an advanced degree to help prevent violence!
We're leveraging the power of sports to prevent sexual assault and dating abuse. Team Up Washington is an initiative that trains high school coaches to support their youth athletes to be a part of the solution. These Train-the-Trainer events for coaches, mentors, and advocates provide an overview of the evidence-based violence prevention programs, Athletes as Leaders and Coaching Boys Into Men, and explore how it can be used to empower student athletes to end violence.
Team Up Washington offers three trainings per year for coaches and mentors interested in bringing Athletes as Leaders or Coaching Boys into Men to their communities: Late summer, prior to the fall high school sports season; late fall, prior to the winter sports season; and late winter, prior to the spring sports season.
Our trainings are free and open to any coach, athletic director, team mentor, or advocate.
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Spring 2022 Sports Season
Train the trainer: Coaching boys into men
Wed. February 16, 2022
5:30 - 7:30pm
Fall 2022 Sports Season Trainings
More information coming soon! Check back in Spring 2022.
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Announcing keynote speaker
spring 2022 sports trainings
Rosalie Fish, a member of the Cowlitz Tribe and of Muckleshoot heritage, is a nationally recognized collegiate athlete, a member of the University of Washington Track & Field Team, and an activist and advocate speaking out for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women and Relatives.