Burlington, VT, June 05, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Kristin Borostyan will be joined by college bound young women of the Burlington community to discuss sexual assault awareness, campus safety and the college transition.
Every parent with a daughter heading off to college is worried about their safety.
Kristin wants to give parents the peace of mind of knowing their daughter is prepared to live independently and has key information to staying safe in their every day lives. The seminar in Burlington will focus on equipping the young women with the information necessary to thrive their freshman year of college.
“A girl has the same chance of catching the flu her freshman year as she does of being a victim of sexual assault and a dose of Nyquil won’t cure her if she is assaulted,” says Borostyan. That’s why she has created an all-girls event called The Stiletto Advantage Boot Camp, which teaches them how to safe on college campuses by discussing intuition, proven personal safety tips, emergency preparedness and easy-to-learn self-defense moves.
Kristin uses a proactive approach and talks candidly about the dangers on campus while teaching personal assertiveness skills. Also incorporated into the seminar are various strategies that prepare girls for the realities of college life.
Girls who prepare ahead of time and know how to react or step in are more confident, self-assured and likely to avoid dangerous situations.
This event is being sponsored by The Double Tree Hotel in Burlington and will be held on Sunday, June 28th from 5-7 p.m. Since there is limited enrollment, it is suggested that parents take advantage of the opportunity to enroll their daughters now while there is still availability.
The cost starts at $98.50, which includes the two-hour interactive seminar, a copy of her e-book A College Girls' Guide To Campus Safety and light refreshments.