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A workshop for young adults

Sexperts is a sexual health peer education program for young adults.

The training is fun, comprehensive, and equips young adults to be leaders among their peers and friends in sexual health education. After going through eight hours of training, Sexperts are expected to implement programs and events on their campus and in the community after the training.

During the training session, Sexperts Peer Educators get hands-on, interactive instruction in:

  • Healthy Sexuality
  • Anatomy
  • Reproduction and Pregnancy Prevention
  • Communication Skills
  • Gender and Orientation
  • Abstinence
  • Safer Sex
  • STDs
  • Campus Organizing
  • How to talk about abortion

Following the initial session trained Sexperts are eligible for follow-up in-depth education sessions to further their learning and hone their education skills.

To register for this class, you must be:

  • A student at a college in Tennessee, East Arkansas, or North Mississippi

  • Excited about sharing sexual health with your friends and peers

If you would like to set up a training at your college please contact us at [email protected].


To request information about any of our Community Workshops, please complete the online request form.
Para solicitar información acerca de nuestros Talleres Comunitarios, por favor complete el siguiente formulario en línea.
 

Still have questions about any of our programs?
Contact [email protected].

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