Trina Ritter commented on Contact 2014-04-01 18:12:57 -0400I don’t know how to get onto the nation builder, it keeps sending me here. I have emailed you guys with no response:( Who do I stay in touch with for support now that Ryan is doing something else? Thanks. NorCal Bully Project
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Trina Ritter answered 2013-07-14 12:48:25 -0400Q: Is there anything else you would like to tell us?
A: Thank you for continuing to provide resources and support for this movement. I was bullied and it is really healing to be able to help our youth today to overcome and be resilient to this sneaky form of violence!
Regional Volunteer Leader Application
Thank you for your interest in becoming a BULLY Project Regional Leader for The BULLY Project.
Our national BULLY Project team is looking for some more great volunteers to help us grow our grassroots movement. Our volunteer coordinators are tasked with...
- Recruiting and coordinating a regional or statewide group of BULLY Project Volunteers, consisting of people who are interested in taking action against bullying in their community
- Coordinate screenings of BULLY at schools in their communities during Back to School and organize community screenings of BULLY during National Bullying Prevention Month
- Organize in person meetings of regional volunteer groups
- Engage and provide support to volunteer team as needed
We will be contacting applicants the first week of August and launching the Volunteer network in mid-August. Thank you for applying. Each applicant, regardless of whether or not you have been accepted, will be contacted.Take the survey
Quincy High School endorsed 2013-03-14 14:21:46 -0400
By taking this pledge, principals agree to foster a school climate based on mutual respect and tolerance for every individual in every school, to hold everyone in the school community accountable for preventing bullying, and to intervene in every bullying incident in their schools. This pledge is built on NAESP’s long-standing “Principals’ Creed,” which articulates principals’ commitment to education, children, and instructional excellence. For more resources on how to prevent bullying in your school, please visit: http://www.naesp.org/bullying-prevention-resourcesEndorse