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  • Poll: Supermajority of Americans Believe Youth Bullying is more Prevalent Than Ever

    POLL: SUPERMAJORITY OF AMERICANS BELIEVE YOUTH BULLYING IS MORE PREVALENT THAN EVER

    First of its kind survey from the Tyler Clementi Foundation and Workplace Options reveals troubling finding

    WPO Poll Results (click to view or download)

    Raleigh, N.C. (Feb. 8, 2015) – A new national poll shows that bullying is seen as more of a problem for young Americans today than ever before – and that parents are seriously conflicted when it comes to teaching kids how to appropriately respond.

    The poll, commissioned as a joint project between Workplace Options and the Tyler Clementi Foundation, found that 64 percent of American adults believe bullying to be more prevalent among young people today than it was during their own childhood. With the proliferation of social media, text messaging, and other forms of instant communication, the threat and reach of bullying has expanded.

     “Youth bullying is not an issue that only impacts kids,” said Alan King, president of Workplace Options, the world’s leading integrated employee well-being provider. “Nothing happens in isolation. It’s a serious concern that affects parents, businesses, and the community, too. The results of this poll show that as a whole, we have a long way to go to curb this problem.”

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  • Tyler Clementi Foundation is Hiring a Development Director

    Tyler Clementi Foundation (TCF), a small, and growing, national nonprofit organization in New York City seeks an accomplished and enterprising fundraising professional. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Development Director will lead a rapidly scaling and sustainable fundraising program. TCF seeks an coordinated, strategic individual with compelling presentation skills and broad-based development expertise.

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  • The Tragic Consequences of Intolerance

    Jane Clementi, mother of Tyler and co-founder of the Tyler Clementi Foundation shares her experiences in the wake of another tragic loss. "No one should ever feel inferior or broken, for any reason, and especially not for being gay, which was exactly how God made Tyler." Read the full blog post on the MSNBC official website.

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