(Request a Workshop) All requests must be made at least 2 weeks in advance!



Reminders for requester:

  • Need to have at least 10 students in attendance
  • Need to post flyers on your floor, hall, etc. for the event at least one week in advance
  • Send out Emails to residents
  • Provide incentives for the audience (small prize or food)
  • Meet the presenter at least 5-10 minutes beforehand in the commons area or outside the front door (especially if they don’t have access)
  • Please let us know if anyone attending this program may require any accommodations

Description of Workshops:

This workshop provides information on the major current available methods of contraception, including those available at McKinley. This workshop is open to all genders and is a good workshop for anyone considering their birth control options.

Breast cancer information and instructions on how to perform breast or testicular self-exams are provided in this workshop.

What is the modern day relationship and what does that look like in college? From hooking up to commitment, in this workshop we talk about identifying our values, determining what we want and how we can apply healthy decision making to various relationships. Interactive and discussion based.

You may be able to list them, but can you identify the symptoms, treatment and testing options? This workshop will fill in all the details, including which STDs are bacterial and which are viral. Information about testing & treatment options available at McKinley is provided. Fun & interactive!

This workshop explores the “Drunk Hook-Up” and challenges students to explore the complex issues of sex under the influence.

In this safer sex workshop, facilitators engage the audience to consider various sexual behaviors, identify risk and develop safer practices. Different sexual behaviors, techniques and sexual aids are discussed in this program with an emphasis on sexual health & safety. Our most requested program!

This workshop is open to all genders and provides information about female anatomy, while breaking down gender stereotypes created by the media and popular culture. Information on reproductive health and safety is included.

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