AVW Presents Self-defense Workshop

Date: Thursday, September 26, 2019
Time: 2 p.m. 
Location: West Campus, Building 1, Room 154

You’re invited to a special presentation, “Be a Warrior, Not a Victim,” which will be hosted by the Association of Valencia Women (AVW) on Thursday, September 26, 2019, at 2 p.m. on the West Campus.

In this presentation, you’ll learn the importance of learning self-defense and awareness skills, types of self-defense, skills for better overall awareness, laws, victim’s rights and information, and tips on safety at home, work and public places.

No registration is required.

The AVW is a diverse group of professionals (any gender) dedicated to the pursuit of equity and excellence for women at Valencia. The group hosts and organizes a variety of events including social, educational and networking opportunities. To join, complete the membership registration. Annual membership dues are $15 and can be paid during the event or sent to Alicia Spruce, library services supervisor, at mail code 4-4. Make checks out to the Association of Valencia Women. Please note that membership is not required to attend the above event.

For questions, contact Alicia at aspruce@valenciacollege.edu or 407-299-5000, extension 1653.

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