WWE 'Be a STAR' Bullying Prevention Curriculum

To launch the new Be a STAR curriculum, WWE and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore, hosted a “Be a STAR” bullying prevention rally.

During the rally, WWE Superstars Titus O’Neil, Rich Swann, Jason Jordan and Alicia Fox, and WWE Announcer Mike Rome, along with representatives from the Boys & Girls Club, spoke to youth Club members about how they can help put an end to bullying.

The new curriculum is a collaboration between the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, WWE’s Be a STAR program, and the Yale Center For Emotional Intelligence, and is focused on giving students the tools they need to drive effective learning, decision making, creativity, relationships and mental health.

The new Be a STAR curriculum will be made available to more than 4,300 Boys & Girls Clubs across the U.S. this month.

About the Be a STAR curriculum:

In 2011, WWE launched the Be a STAR (Show Tolerance And Respect) program to encourage young people to treat each other with respect through education and grassroots initiatives.

In 2016, WWE and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America announced a multi-year, national partnership to support the program and help create a safe after-school environment for today’s youth.

Since 2011, Be a STAR bullying prevention rallies, online resources and programs have reached more than 300,000 children globally. WWE Superstars, many of whom are Boys & Girls Club alumni, participate in bullying prevention rallies at local Boys & Girls Clubs across the country where they interact with local youth, share their personal experiences, and distribute Be a STAR resources and materials.

For more information, visit the S.T.A.R. Alliance website

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