Pride Alliance Training

Training Types

We are currently not accepting any requests for training.
All university-sponsored, in-person events on campus are canceled effective March 17.
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This two hour interactive training explores the differences between sex assigned at birth, gender identity, gender expression, and sexuality, as well as the coming out process, pronouns, resources and tools/skills for allyship. Through scenarios created for the specific setting requested, facilitators and participants explore application of knowledge and skills. (Students, Faculty, Staff)

This one hour presentation was created for freshman orientation students and provides a brief introduction into UNT's diversity & inclusion policies/practices highlighting the Multicultural Center, Pride Alliance, and Office for Spiritual Life. (Students)

Need something a little different? Although our Pride Alliance Training is generally responsive to the needs of particular environments, the Pride Alliance is happy to discuss the unique needs of your setting and create training that addresses those needs. The Pride Alliance is more likely to be able to offer custom trainings with significant notice of need, and requires a minimum of two hours of time. (Community, Students, Faculty, Staff)

Open Training

The Pride Alliance, University of North Texas’ gender and sexuality resource center offers Pride Alliance Training, described in greater depth above. All open trainings are canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic and the UNT campus closure. Check back here when campus is reopened.