October is national Anti-Bullying month, and this year Burdick Job Corps students centered the whole month around that topic.
For the past four weeks on campus there have been door decorating competitions, guest speakers and other activities based on treating others well.
And last Thursday, students spoke in front of classmates, telling personal stories about how bullying has had lasting effects on them.
A chairman of the campaign says that it was a great opportunity to show first hand, how big of an effect any kind of bullying has.
(Tony Vandal, Chairman of Anti-Bullying Campaign) "We think that it opens up the realm of people that have those concerns with bullying, so it is a huge concern. On campus, and throughout the entire campus, and I say, worldwide."
An Anti-Bullying Walk will wrap the Job Corps month of recognition on Thursday.