Stand Up 2013
Training & Action Summit
Who Should Attend:
High school and middle school students. Recommended for grades seven and up.
Friday, October 17, 2014
There will be 2 sessions
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Manchester Community College
1066 Front Street
Stand Up 2013 New Hampshire
Over 3,800 students from over 120 schools attended STAND UP New Hampshire at the Whittemore Center in Durham, New Hampshire.
Stand Up 2013 Massachusetts
Over 4,800 students from over 160 schools attended STAND UP Massachusetts at the DCU Arena in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Stand Up 2012
Over 5,000 students from
over 165 schools attended
Stand Up 2012 at the
Tsongas Center in Lowell, Massachusetts.
Stand Up 2011
Over 4,000 students from
over 150 schools attended
Stand Up 2011 at Matthews
Arena on Northeastern University's campus.
If you would like more information about Stand Up to Bullying or would like to get involved, please email Kari Johnston
STAND UP New Hampshire 2013
The Honorable Martha Fuller Clark
The Honorable Jeanne Shaheen
Thank You to Our Sponsors:
Space is limited!Reserve your space today!
If you are interested in reserving space for your school to attend STAND UP Training & Action Summit [TAS-2014] New Hampshire, please click here
On Tuesday, December 13, 2011 more than 4,000 middle and high school students and teachers from across Massachusetts came together at Northeastern University in Boston for a one-day program to take a stand against all forms of bullying. Stand Up 2011 was the largest anti-bullying rally ever conducted in the United States.
Stand Up was created to educate, motivate and empower young people to actively promote social change in their schools and communities. The Stand Up program was developed by a community coalition of over 50 organizations who worked in partnership with renowned bullying prevention Authorities to ensure the most effective messaging and call to action for students and their educators. Stand Up 2011 utilized a combination of educational information, entertainment and special recognition to motivate students to stand up to bullying in their schools and communities.
Stand Up 2011
Music Video from Andrea LeClaire Debuts
Local singer Andrea LeClaire wrote "Never Look Down," a song about bullying. She debuted that song during Stand Up 2011. To view the video, please click here.
Student "Town Hall Meeting"
The program presented an “on-stage” discussion on the issue of bullying featuring a diverse group of students all impacted by some aspect of bullying. The student audience participated in the discussion by asking questions from microphone positions on the floor of the arena and also by being able to text in responses to an interactive survey conducted from the stage. The discussion was facilitated by renowned expert, Dr. Elizabeth Englander from the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center (MARC) and her team of talented and experienced graduate
Presentation of Stand Up 2011 Awards
Five special recognition awards were given for innovative programs developed by schools/students dealing with bullying.
The Stand Up 2011 Winning Schools:
• Prospect Hill Academy Charter School
• Bridgewater Middle School
• Robert Adams Middle School
• Lynn English High School
• Haverhill Public Schools VIP Team
The Exhibition Area of Innovative Programs
An area within the arena was established for schools and students to showcase their programs and initiatives that deal with bullying. Schools from throughout Massachusetts with unique and successful programs set up exhibits designed to showcase and share their programs with the interested students and teachers in attendance.
Stand Up 2011 Sponsors
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern New England
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Massachusetts Teachers Association
The Boston Bruins
The Rendon Group