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Community Education & Outreach Events

Calendar of Events

Q&A: How to Answer Frequently Asked Sex Ed Questions

Who:  Professionals working with youth

When: Wednesday, February 21st | 2:30 - 4 p.m.

Where: Virtual Training

What: This session will review the different types of questions that might come up when discussing sexual & reproductive health with youth, and explore what makes these questions challenging to answer. Participants will learn tips and strategies from our expert health educators and have the opportunity to practice answering questions for themselves.

Peer Health Educator Trainings

Who: Young Adults (Aged 18 - 24)

When: Tuesday, February 20th & Tuesday, February 27th | 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. 

Where: Virtual Training

What: Learn the ins and outs of sexual and reproductive health and engage in conversations on topics like birth control, condom use, STIs, healthy relationships and more. This is a two-day training specifically created for a young adult audience and it is filled with fun, hands on activities and games to spark interesting discussions. Get ready to receive need-to-know sexual and reproductive health info and engage in interesting dialog.

Peer Health Educator Trainings

Who: High School Age Youth

When: Monday, March 11th & Tuesday, March 12th | 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Where: Virtual Trainings

What: This is a two-day training specifically created for high school audiences and designed to be a safe place for young people to learn the basics of sexual and reproductive health. There will be fun activities that will spark discussion and important information about bodies, health, and rights. 

Changing the Conversation: Overcoming STI Stigma
 

Who:  Professionals working with youth

When: Wednesday, March 20th | 2:30 - 4 p.m.

Where: Virtual Training

What: This session will share an overview of STI stigma, discuss common facts and myths surrounding STIs, and provide tangible ways that youth serving professionals can support young people in reducing stigma and accessing services. Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are incredibly common, however, the stigma often associated with them can perpetuate myths and make it harder for young people to access testing and treatment.

Youth at the Center: Elevating Youth in Community Programming

Who:  Professionals working with youth

When: Wednesday, April 17th | 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.

Where: Virtual Training

What: During this workshop attendees will learn strategies for adapting to youth needs’, youth leadership methodologies, and creative ways to incorporate youth voices into your work. This session will include a youth panel where participants can ask young people their questions and hear firsthand about how to work with youth to ensure their voices are equitably represented. Participants will leave with tools for elevating youth voices in the work that they are already doing.

All Are Welcome: How to Create LGBTQ+ Inclusive Spaces

Who: Professionals working with youth

When: Wednesday, June 12th | 2:30 - 4 p.m.

Where: Virtual Training

What: In this session, participants will learn language, strategies, and tools for creating more gender inclusive spaces. We will go beyond the basics and facilitate activities that teach what it looks like to be LGBTQ+ affirming. By learning what actions to take to create a welcoming and responsive atmosphere at their schools, facilities, or organizations, attendees will leave equipped to create safer spaces for LGBTQ+ youth and young people.

STAY CONNECTED

The Community Education & Outreach department hosts a number of workshops throughout the year highlighting topics from consent, to healthy relationships, and even diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

Visit this page soon for a list of upcoming workshops and events, or sign up for our Community Education mailing list to receive program announcements and updates.

Find out about our Peer Education Programs!

Peer Health Educator trainings and Peer Ambassador programs are available for high school-aged and students & young adults.

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For any Community Education & Outreach event inquiries, contact the team at [email protected]