What Can Awareness Training Do for you?
Gives you Tools to be an Ally
The training we provide, gives you tools on how to be a good ally. If you don't know what to say in certain situations in regards to trans people, you will after the training!
Every time you learn something about people who are marginalized by society, you can help uplift these communities with empathetic understanding.
A Partnership with Us
By completing our trans awareness training, we will give you a personal contact you can work with to help make your organization trans-friendly.
What is the Training Like?
We send a trainer to your organization with a 1 to 3 hour presentantion that will give you basic knowledge on trans issues, misconceptions, how to be a good ally, respectful terminology and more.
Our volunteers are not only a part of the community, but have taken it upon themselves to become experts on the issues. We approach our awareness training with a bridge building mindset. We want you to know more about us and our experiences, not just for our sake, but for all the trans people you will inevitably work with as employees and clients.
Estimated Trans and Non-binary People in the Military
Reports estimate that there are around 15,500 U.S. service members that are transgender, non-binary and gender non-conforming.
Percentage of Trans People who Attempted Suicide
Sadly, the world isn't where it needs to be on transgender acceptance. This number is only this high, not because of something intrinsic to trans people, but as a result of environmental factors.
Estimated Trans and Non-binary People in Arkansas
Estimations show that anywhere from .6% to 3% of the US population is transgender. That's roughly 1-3 people out of every 100! This is why education is so important.