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The list of potential events and activities you can do to observe National Hazing Prevention Week is virutally endless. The most important thing you can do is something to raise awareness about hazing and hazing prevention. Sounds simple, right?
We've pulled together some ideas and resources you can use to help plan and execute your NHPW all year long. Take a look at everything here. And for insight into how to make hazing prevention a year-around activity, read this paper by Linda Langford.
Download the 2013 NHPW Product and Planning Guide. The Guide is the result of months of collaboration between HPO's NHPW Committee and CampusTShirt.com -- the official vendor of NHPW. Use the guide to order your official NHPW products from CampusTshirt.com NOW!
HazingPrevention.Org and The Gordie Foundation collaborate for National Hazing Prevention Week and Gordie Day, observed on the Thursday during NHPW. Learn more about Gordie, the work of the foundation, and download this year's planning publication here.
It's the better-than-ever NHPW Resource Guide for 2013. To download a FREE copy, just register on this website and we'll email you a link. It's a great resource to use during your prevention activities, so you don't want to miss it!
The 2013 NHPW Webinar Series comprises a package of four "best-of" recorded webinars following the theme, "Know. Decide. Act." The package features top speakers on prevention topics. The webinar package is only $100 for a single site (like an entire campus). Click here for more information and to purchase your package now. You'll get a link for each webinar which you can present on your own schedule!
Need brochures, case studies, doorhangers, magnets, buttons, posters and more? They make super giveaways for hazing awareness and prevention events. The store also offers complete table and event packages for your prevention campaigns. Check out the HPOnline Store.
Follow -- better yet, take part -- in the #40Answers campaign on Twitter. Now in it's fourth year, #40Answers is a lively, ongoing discussion about hazing and prevention, created by Sigma Nu Fraternity and co-sponsored by HazingPrevention.Org. Click on the icon on the right to follow. Click here to read a list of this year's questions.
Zeta Tau Alpha is now making its groundbreaking program, "My Sister My Responsiblity," available to organizations in a series of modules. The modules are designed to be used during a hazing prevention workshop in one or more sessions. Click here for HPO's workshop guidelines and the MSMR modules -- another FREE resource!
The Response Ability Project is a partner of HazingPrevention.Org. The Project is designed to empower people to intervene in problem situations, including hazing, and be an Every|Day Hero™. Founder Mike Dilbeck just launched the newest DVD and online certification program -- RA 2.0 -- and he will donate $50 to HPO for every program sold through the HPOnline Store. To learn more about the RA Project and Every|Day Hero Program, visit www.RAProject.org. To order RA 2.0 and benefit HPO, please visit the HPOnline Store.
RISE Partnership's educational program, "From Hazing to Health," (H2H) empowers leaders with the tools to understand, identify and replace hazing practices in new member education. In its partnership with HazingPrevention.Org, RISE donates 5% of sales for every project that features the H2H program sold by RISE and the HPOnline Store.
CAMPUSPEAK is where HazingPrevention.Org and National Hazing Prevention Week all began. (Click here to read more.) The company offers top-notch speakers, interactive workshops and consulting services geared toward addressing issues in higher education, including hazing. To learn more, to read speaker bios and booking information, visit www.campuspeak.com.
HazingPrevention.Org and National Hazing Prevention Week are partners for the Safe Campus, Strong Voices national initiative. This year's program features a free promotional kit, webinars, meetings, a Day of Action and other events. Registration and everything else is free, so start making your campus a safer community. Learn more.