K2K: Training BY Kids and FOR Kids

K2K = Kid to Kid;

training where students, from grades 7 through college, become the trainers for their younger peers.

College students train high school students.

High school students train middle/junior high students.

Middle/junior high students train elementary students.

What’s the content?

The curriculum provided through a “train the trainer” model, provides their younger peers with skills designed to

  • interrupt, intervene, and prevent bullying
  • increase cyber safety, and
  • improve overall school culture.

The train the trainer is 31 hours of face to face training for youth and supporting adults.  During this training, you learn, not only the content of the curriculum you will teach, but how to be effective trainers and how to train the next generation of trainers.

What are the benefits for those who become trainers?

  • LEARN and USE TRAINING & PUBLIC SPEAKING SKILLS
  • MASTERY OF ANTI-BULLYING, CYBER SAFETY, and POSITIVE SCHOOL CULTURE SKILLS.
  • POSITIVELY INFLUENCE  SCHOOL CULTURE and PEERS
  • BECOME POSITIVE ROLE MODELS
  • INCREASE LEADERSHIP SKILLS and EXPERIENCE
  • COMMUNITY SERVICE

It’s a great step toward exploring and expanding any interest youth have in becoming speakers, teachers, trainers, politicians, and any other leadership role. Not only do you get to be part of the change needed, it looks great on your resume.

What’s the cost?

Currently, K2K operates at no cost to the students involved. With Respect, LLC provides this curriculum through Lebie Farms, a non-profit organization focused on redesigning communities and their relationships. Tax deductible donations for consumables (printing, training materials, etc.) is sought from community organizations and individuals interested in supporting the elimination of bullying. Interested in how and to whom to donate? Contact us.

When does the next training begin?

Our current program is underway. We expect to offer another training in the Kitsap County area as early as June 2018. Mason County is exploring the possibility and interest. If you’re interested and want to know when the next session starts, fill out the registration below.

Locations:

Kitsap County

Mason County (coming soon!)

Questions? Need more information? Interested in K2K coming to your community?

Call 360-710-4632 or email leah@with-respect.com

How do I register or find out when the next session is available?