Become An Ally!
To become an Ally, you must attend a training session, hosted twice each long semester, one during a lunch period and one for dinner. As always, a meal will be provided... more ...
- a close association of nations or other groups, formed to advance common interests or causes
- a connection based on kinship, marriage, or common interest
- a bond or tie close similarity in nature or type
The biggest step you must complete to becoming an ALLY is completing a training session.
Scheduled Training: September 13, 2013
Time & Location: 1-3:30 in the Fish Bowl
Food and refreshments will be provided (please let us know if you are vegetarian). Maximum capacity is 20 trainees, so arrive early or RSVP to insure a spot. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
WHY do YOU need to attend a training session?
First, if you take the training you are NOT obligated to join ALLIES. The information offered during the session can help you make up your mind if you want to join. For those that become an ALLY, the training session offers a chance to learn about issues facing GLB&Q individuals and how to respond if someone needs support.
We are now a group on Schreiner1. You are not automatically added even if you are already a member of Allied Advance.
To join: Login to the Schreiner1 site (http://info.schreiner.edu), click on the ‘Campus Life’ tab. Under ‘Campus Groups’, click on ‘Browse Groups’, and choose ‘Allied Advance’ from the list (under “Cultures and Communities”). An email will be sent to a group leader so that they can add you. If you do not receive a response back, you haven’t been added (most likely by accident). If this happens, try again.
Students that have profiles on Facebook are encouraged to join the Ally group there! Just search for ‘Allied Advance’...
We are here for you. We are here for each other. Please contact us whenever you need us!
Information contained within these pages were compiled and written by Allied Advance members, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or views of Schreiner University. Allied Advance takes full responsibility for all content contained in these pages.