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GLSEN NEW HAMPSHIRE EVENTS

Prom OUTLoud! 2018

April 22, 2018; Puritan Conference Center, Manchester NH

7pm-11pm

GLSEN New Hampshire is PROUD to host the 6th annual Prom OUTLoud! The theme this year is Global Love.

ALL students are welcome to an evening of dancing, meeting new friends, and above all supporting equallity and safe spaces.

Performances by Lady Sabrina & her traveling entourage. 
Music TBD & Photography by Cody Burgess

Join us on April 22nd at the Puritan Conference Center in Manchester NH. 
Doors open at 7pm, and Prom will conclude at 11pm.
Ages 13-20 (Valid I.D. or School I.D. will be required for entry)
No bags, outside food or beverages will be permitted. 
*Coat check will be provided.
ABSOLUTELY NO weapons, drugs, or alcohol. This is a SAFE space.

Safe Space Reminder! Everyone has the right to a safe space, which may include some often not-thought-of Do Not's! During Prom, please refrain from posting photographs of individuals, or tag personal profiles of anyone attending prom on social media, as to protect the identities of anyone who may need to remain anonymous. Thank you.

Admission is $10. Pre-Buy your tickets here! Tickets will also be available at the door.

 

 

Volunteer Night!

New England College, CONCORD Campus; 62 N. Main Street, Concord NH

RESCHEDULED ==> May 2, 2018

6pm-8pm

Join GLSEN NH for a Volunteer Information Night. 

Plan to join us for light food, information about GLSEN NH's work and mission, and to find out what you can do to help make New Hampshire's schools safe and welcoming for all students regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.

If you haven't already done so, please complete our Chapter Involvement Form

 

 

Summer Educator Magnet Training

Plymouth State University

Date TBD

Calling all educators, student teachers, school faculty and paraprofessionals who want to make a difference in LGBTQ+ students lives! Gather with trained GLSEN staff on learning about the most current school climate for students, how bullying affects education and mental health, tactics on stopping bullying in the classroom, and the importance of a Safe Space. This training will give you a better understanding on todays LGBTQ+ student issues, and the confidence to bring an end to bullying.

 This training runs for a full 6+ hours, and credits towards professional development credits. Coffee and lunch provided.

More information to come.

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