Required Training

CCE Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Volunteers

The purpose of this training is to set forth a common understanding about what is and what is not acceptable in the CCE environment.  All volunteers are expected to:

  1. Watch video
  2. Confirm participation and understanding of expectations
  3. Communicate with local CCE Staff about your participation (forward the e-mail confirmation that you receive)

If you believe that you have been subjected to sexual harassment, you are encouraged to complete this online form (also available as a downloadable form).  Alternatively, you may contact the Equal Employment Opportunity Officer for the extension system in Extension Administration at Cornell:

Cornell Cooperative Extension Equal Opportunity Officer;
Cornell University, 382 Roberts Hall, Ithaca, New York 14853
P 607-255-2135
C 607-351-5899 or

You will not be retaliated against for filing a report.

If you are more comfortable reporting verbally or in another manner, your CCE Volunteer Program Coordinator on staff or designee should complete this form, provide you with a copy, and follow the CCE Association Volunteer Involvement Policy: Managing Volunteer Conflicts and Reports.

If the harassment involves unwanted physical touching, coerced physical confinement, or coerced sex acts, the conduct may constitute a crime. Contact the local police department.

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