Pride Alliance Training

We strive to teach and inform the UNT campus community about gender, sexuality, and the inequities that exist as a result of heterosexism and cissexism. We offer training for our students, faculty, and staff to help them better understand their own identities, the identities of others, and gain skills to help them advocate for queer and trans communities.

Topic Minimum Participants Presentation Format Estimated Training Time Required Description
Gender & SexualityTraining 10 In-Person or Zoom/Teams 120 min. This two-hour interactive training is designed for UNT student organizations, departments, and campus partners to gain knowledge and applicable skills in serving individuals of all genders and sexualities. The training explores the differences between sex assigned at birth, gender identity, gender expression, and sexual and romantic attraction, as well as pronouns, resources, and tools/skills for allyship.
Pride Alliance Office Training 10 In-Person or Zoom/Teams 60 min. Designed to provide a foundation of basic information about the resources and services the Pride Alliance office provides. These sessions do not seek to build skills, but instead inform participants of resources they can untilize and direct community members to.
Custom Training 10 In-Person or Zoom/Teams TBD 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).











Please click the link below to request a training for your student organization, class, staff, or department.