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Interested in finding educational workshops that support your students? DEVELOPED is a great opportunity to utilize resources with a variety of workshops available across campus. 

To request one of these workshops, complete our online request form. HatterSync Login is not required to submit a workshop request. Learn more about the variety of workshops be scrolling through potential workshop themes.

Career Prep/Professional Development

Fast and Furious Resumes: Your Draft in Less than an Hour

  • Presenter: Career and Professional Development
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Students learn the fundamentals of resume structure and content. If students can bring laptops or meet in a computer lab, the presenter can have students create these documents during the presentation. If students have never created a resume or want to start over, we have created several Word resume templates that are preformatted allowing students to only have to focus on providing content.
  • Level Up Skills and Competencies: Career Navigation
  • Please Note: We request that you provide three dates/times for the workshop(s) you are requesting at least ten business days in advance. If your workshop request is outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.), we ask that you send an RSVP list of at least ten attendees to [email protected] no later than three days before the requested workshop. Also, please indicate if students will be bringing paper copies of resumes, bringing laptops, or meeting in a computer lab.

Interviewing: The Art of Making Lasting Impressions

  • Presenter: Career and Professional Development
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Students learn about and practice components of employment interviews including research and preparation, first impressions, interview Q and A, strong closings, and timely follow-up.
  • Level Up Skills and Competencies: Career Navigation, and Professionalism and Productivity
  • Please Note: We request that you provide three dates/times for the workshop(s) you are requesting at least ten business days in advance. If your workshop request is outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.), we ask that you send an RSVP list of at least ten attendees to [email protected] no later than three days before the requested workshop.

Choosing or Changing Your Major/Minor

  • Presenter: Career and Professional Development
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Does major = career? Discuss this question with your facilitator and learn about resources including Traitify (90-second personality assessment linked to careers and Stetson majors), What Can I Do With this Major?, and the O*Net Occupational database. Should you double major, or add a minor? Once you pick a major you love, how do you find out what career options are possible? Advice on all of these questions will be provided during the session.
  • Level Up Skills and Competencies: Career Navigation
  • Please Note: We request that you provide three dates/times for the workshop(s) you are requesting at least ten business days in advance. If your workshop request is outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.), we ask that you send an RSVP list of at least ten attendees to [email protected] no later than three days before the requested workshop.

Hunt Like the Pros: Your Winning Job Search

  • Presenter: Career and Professional Development
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Participants will learn research-based internship/career search strategies, including identifying possible geographic, career field, and industry-related targets, utilization of a variety of subscribed and free online tools to uncover opportunities and contacts, and executing a plan of action for applying including  - Making initial contact, - Initiating relationship-building internship/career-related conversations, and - Scheduling follow-up information/resource requests throughout the application and interview process
  • Level Up Skills and Competencies: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Professionalism and Productivity, Communication, Digital Literacy, and Career Navigation
  • Please Note: We request that you provide three dates/times for the workshop(s) you are requesting at least ten business days in advance. If your workshop request is outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.), we ask that you send an RSVP list of at least ten attendees to [email protected] no later than three days before the requested workshop.

Lightning Connections: Quickly Building Your Network

  • Presenter: Career and Professional Development
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45-60 minutes
  • Description: Participants will gain insight into the following areas based upon your requested specific presentation topics listed below:
  1. Obtain the ability to effectively network within the following areas and resources: - Social Media outlets, - In-person (face to face) interactions, - E-Person (Skype, Go to Meeting, Video Conferencing, etc...), and - Telephone communications
  2. LinkedIn: Participants should bring laptops in order to leave with a draft or updated version of their LinkedIn profile. - Create an attractive professional profile, - Effectively connect with alumni and employers to build viable career/internship targeted relationships, - Posting current information and articles relevant to your intended post-graduation path, and - Uploading professional documents, videos and reports to your profile to garner the attention of intended employers/recruiters/contacts
  • Level Up Skills and Competencies: Professionalism and Productivity, Communication, Digital Literacy, and Career Navigation
  • Please Note: We request that you provide three dates/times for the workshop(s) you are requesting at least ten business days in advance. If your workshop request is outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.), we ask that you send a guaranteed RSVP list of at least ten attendees to [email protected] no later than three days before the requested workshop.

Internship Search

  • Presenter: Career and Professional Development
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Students gain helpful insights on effective strategies for defining and pursuing a meaningful internship that aligns with their career goals and personal needs. Students will be empowered to use a variety of search tools to find and create internship opportunities that will greatly impact their career journey.
  • Level Up Skills and Competencies: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Professionalism and Productivity, Communication, Digital Literacy, and Career Navigation
  • Please Note: We request that you provide three dates/times for the workshop(s) you are requesting at least ten business days in advance. If your workshop request is outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.), we ask that you send a guaranteed RSVP list of at least ten attendees to [email protected] no later than three days before the requested workshop.

Social Media and Personal Branding

  • Presenter: Career and Professional Development
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Using social media to further your personal and professional brand is critical in today's job market! Platforms like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter can be great ways to build your brand while also making valuable connections, learning more about specific career fields/industries, interacting with employers and organizations, and finding the latest opportunities! Students will learn what personal and professional brands are, key things to keep in mind when creating their brands, and explore ways to leverage their social media when searching and applying for jobs and internships.
  • Level Up Skills and Competencies: Professionalism and Productivity, Communication, and Digital Literacy
  • Please Note: We request that you provide three dates/times for the workshop(s) you are requesting at least ten business days in advance. If your workshop request is outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.), we ask that you send an RSVP list of at least ten attendees to [email protected] no later than three days before the requested workshop.

Considering or Applying to Graduate School

  • Presenter: Career and Professional Development
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Deciding to attend graduate or professional school can be daunting, but we're here to help! From determining when to seek an advanced degree to making that goal a reality, there are many options to consider and valuable resources.
  • Level Up Skills and Competencies: Career Navigation, Communication, and Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Please Note: We request that you provide three dates/times for the workshop(s) you are requesting at least ten business days in advance. If your workshop request is outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.), we ask that you send an RSVP list of at least ten attendees to [email protected] no later than three days before the requested workshop.

Customer Service - Disney Style

  • Presenter: Kristin Graham
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-45 minutes
  • Description: Many people are often in awe of the experience they have while visiting the Walt Disney Resort and wonder what makes their experience so special; it's their customer service! This presentation will share some of the Disney secrets and help participants find ways to connect it to their everyday life.

Adapting Intangible Skills for your Personal Growth

  • Presenter: Travis Potter
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-45 minutes
  • Description: Many people are often in awe of the experience they have while visiting the Walt Disney Resort and wonder what makes their experience so special; it's their customer service! This presentation will share some of the Disney secrets and help participants find ways to connect it to their everyday life.

Global Citizenship and Diversity

Understanding Disabilities as an Aspect of Diversity

  • Presenter: Academic Success
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45-60 minutes
  • Description: During this presentation participants will have a better understanding of some misunderstood disabilities (e.g. Autism Spectrum Disorder and Learning Disabilities), and participate in discussions around difference and how it can positively impact society.

Universal Design Introduction

  • Presenter: Academic Success
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45-60 minutes
  • Description: Participants will learn about Universal Design and its genesis from an architectural term to a pedagogical approach and philosophy. Participants will also learn about its application in creating inclusive spaces and environments for all people.

Ask Big Questions

  • Presenter: Religious and Spiritual Life Staff Member
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 50-90 minutes
  • Description: "Big Questions" are defined as questions that anyone can answer, and questions that matter to all of us. Ask Big Questions is a dialogue that encourages students to learn more about themselves while listening to the perspectives of others. The questions range (For whom are we responsible? Who is in your community? How does technology change us?) but the objective remains the same—students set goals to take action that will positively influence their communities.

Meditation 101

  • Presenter: Religious and Spiritual Life Staff Member
  • Contact Email: [email protected] 
  • Length: 50-90 minutes
  • Description: An interactive presentation that provides an introduction to the practice of meditation. Meditation 101 briefly covers common misconceptions about meditation, the religious roots of meditation, the research that has informed what we know (in the West) about meditation, and the benefits of a regular practice. The interactive aspects of the session include an attention exercise and one to two short meditations, followed by a debriefing and a time to answer questions.

Study Abroad 101

  • Presenter: WORLD: The David and Leighan Rinker Center for International Learning
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30 minutes
  • Description: Participants will learn about the benefits of studying abroad, opportunities to study abroad through Stetson for academic credit, and how to finance it.

DeLand: Beyond Downtown

  • Presenter: Center for Community Engagement
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 60 minutes minimum
  • Description: While at Stetson, you will not only have the opportunity to be involved on campus but across central Florida, too. In this presentation, you'll learn about Stetson's important historical relationship with West Volusia and leave with a toolkit for engagement with your neighbors in DeLand and beyond.

Community-Engaged Careers

  • Presenter: Center for Community Engagement
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Social justice can be an interesting topic to learn, but did you know you can make it your full-time job? In this presentation, you'll learn a variety of options for turning a passion for engagement in a career that is both enriching and sustainable.

Find Your Sweet Spot

  • Presenter: Center for Community Engagement
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: The Sweet Spot is the intersection between your academic interests and works with a community project that develops your skills to prepare you for your career. In this presentation, you'll discover your Sweet Spot and learn how to use your skills and passions to strengthen whatever community you call home, now and in the future.

Turning Passion Into Policy

  • Presenter: Kevin Winchell
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Politics affect every aspect of our lives, but all too often we simply passively accept those effects instead of actively seeking to create the change we want to see in our communities. Through this workshop, participants will learn about how to make change through politics, including voter registration, voter education, voter turnout, running campaigns, building grassroots power, and lobbying decision-makers.

Work on Purpose: Head + Heart = Hustle

  • Presenter: Savannah-Jane Griffin
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45-60 minutes
  • Description: Unsure of what you want to be when you grow up? In this workshop, you will Identify the work that aligns with your heart (the issues that matter most to you) and your head (the unique gifts you can contribute). This workshop will help students identify career paths that are right for them and good for the world.

What Dilemmas, Issues, and Questions (DIQs) are most relevant to our local community?

  • Presenter: Savannah-Jane Griffin, Kevin Winchell, Amber Finnicum-Simmons
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45-60 minutes
  • Description: This presentation will highlight dilemmas, issues, and questions that are most relevant to DeLand and Volusia County. Participants will have the opportunity to critically think about ways in which, as a community, we can address some of the complex challenges our community faces.

National Issues Forums

  • Presenter: Savannah-Jane Griffin, Kevin Winchell
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45-60 minutes
  • Description: These forums, organized by a variety of organizations, groups, and individuals, offer citizens the opportunity to join together to deliberate, to make choices with others about ways to approach difficult issues and to work toward creating a reasoned public judgment. Forums range from small or large group gatherings similar to town hall meetings, to study circles held in public places on an ongoing basis. Forums focus on an issue such as health care, immigration, Social Security, or ethnic and racial tensions. The forums provide a way for people of diverse views and experiences to seek a shared understanding of the problem and to search for common ground for action. Forums are led by trained, neutral moderators, and use an issue discussion guide that frames the issue by presenting the overall problem and then three or four broad approaches to the problem. Forum participants work through the issue by considering each approach; examining what appeals to them or concerns them, and also what the costs, consequences, and trade-offs might be that would be incurred in following that approach. To look through the different national issue topics to choose from look at the National Issues Forums website.

Anne Frank: A History

  • Presenter: Barbs Hawkins, Community Standards
  • Contact Email: bhaw[email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Overview of the life of Anne Frank. Will share the life story of Anne Frank and the story of her hiding in the annex. Will share the author's personal experiences visiting the annex as well as information about the friends who helped hide the Frank family.

Restorative Justice: An Overview

  • Presenter: Barbs Hawkins, Community Standards
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Overview of the concept of restorative justice and how societies around the world use this specific form of justice. Examples of restorative justice circles will be shown and practiced.

Leadership Development

Ideas to Action: Identifying Your Unique Leadership Journey

  • Presenter: Lizzie Dement
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45-90 minutes
  • Description: Throughout a student's journey in college, there are many opportunities for involvement and growth. Being that leadership skills is one of the top skills that future employers look for, it is important to intentionally create a leadership journey that fits students and provides them the skills to succeed during and after college.

Understand Your True Colors

  • Presenter: Lizzie Dement
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: one hour
  • Description: In developing personal leadership skills, it is important to be able to understand and articulate one's personal leadership styles when working with others. Throughout this interactive workshop, students will explore their leadership style (based on True Colors) and how to understand the personal leadership styles of those they work with.

Emotional Leadership

  • Presenter: Lynn Schoenberg, Dean of Students
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Good leaders are emotionally attuned, not just to those around them but also to themselves. What type of emotional leader are you and how can you use your strengths to better lead others? This session will cover basic theory on emotional leadership and explore your individualized style.

Why Leadership Matters

  • Presenter: Lizzie Dement
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-45 minutes
  • Description: In this growing society, leadership has taken on a new meaning in its application and purpose. Throughout this presentation, we will look at how leadership skills can impact their future and how to develop important leadership skills.

Intro to Strengths-Based Leadership

  • Presenter: Lizzie Dement
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45 minutes
  • Description: Help your group learn the basics of Gallup's Strength Finder through this presentation focused on understanding personal strengths, learning the strengths of those around you, and how you can begin to use your strengths to their full ability. In order to participate in this training, all participants must take the Strengths Finder Assessment (either for previous training or specifically for this training). If your group has participants that need to take the Strengths Finder Assessment, codes are available for purchase through LEAD. Contact us at [email protected]

Leading with Strengths

  • Presenter: Lizzie Dement
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45 minutes
  • Description:  Help your group learn how they can harness their inner leadership abilities based on their strengths. Throughout this training, we will explore individual styles of leadership and how strengths can be positively and negatively to lead. In order to participate in this training, all participants must take the Strengths Finder Assessment (either for previous training or specifically for this training).

Resolving Conflict with Strength

  • Presenter: Lizzie Dement
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45 minutes
  • Description: Even though everyone has positive strengths to contribute to a team, it is each for conflict and misinterpretation to arise. Throughout this training, we will focus on how to work together to understand each other's strengths and how to resolve/avoid conflict through strengths understanding. In order to participate in this training, all participants must take the Strengths Finder Assessment (either for previous training or specifically for this training).

Strengths as a Team

  • Presenter: Lizzie Dement
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45 minutes
  • Description: As you work together as a team, it is important to recognize our differences and understand how to best utilize those differences to move forward together. This training will focus on activities center on understanding your team's strengths, how your team can function together, and how to work toward common team goals together. In order to participate in this training, all participants must take the Strengths Finder Assessment (either for previous training or specifically for this training).

Leading Through Others

  • Presenter: Lizzie Dement
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45 minutes
  • Description: Leadership often takes more than one person to make things happen. Throughout this presentation, we will explore the qualities that your students look for and appreciate in others when working in a group and techniques to enhance the abilities of their group. This learning is presented in an interactive style to ensure that students gain tangible experience that can be applied to their team.

Conflict Management and Communication

  • Presenter: Barbs Hawkins, Community Standards
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Overview of different conflict management styles and how to effectively communicate in our society. Can be specifically addressed to college students communicating with their peers. Focus on different communication styles and learning to listen instead of respond.

The Art of Feedback and Development

  • Presenter: Travis Potter
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Overview of different conflict management styles and how to effectively communicate in our society. Can be specifically addressed to college students communicating with their peers. Focus on different communication styles and learning to listen instead of respond.

Other

Engage Orientation and Organization Management

  • Presenter: Zachary Beaver
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: This session will be a general introduction the Engage platform including navigation, how to search for events, and accessing your organization(s). It will also cover how to use tools in the organization space from files, forms, managing your roster, communicating with members, and posting announcements. This session will not go in depth into event registration or financial processing.

The Low Down on First-Generation Students

  • Presenter: Barbara Hawkins
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: Flexible
  • Description: Information on First-Generation college students in the United States and how to best support them during their time at Stetson

Managing a Student Organization Budget

  • Presenter: Zach Beaver
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45-60 minutes
  • Description: Regardless of how much money your organization has, or where it came from, it can be a challenge to manage it effectively. Learn techniques to track and project spending, plan for unforeseen expenses, and map out the rest of the year.

Role of Media in Society

  • Presenter: Crystal Baroni
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Participants will learn how to become more responsible with their media consumption while learning tricks and tips on how to recognize their own social bias while learning the distinct difference between “fake news” and misinformation. We will discuss why it is important to become media literate.

Community Standards at Stetson

  • Presenter: Barbs Hawkins, Community Standards
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30 minutes
  • Description: Overview of Office of Community Standards at Stetson, honor council, and Title IX office. Session will review policies at Stetson and provide information regarding office statistics and overall discussion on where Stetson is with community standards and what can be improved.

Spoken Word: An Introduction

  • Presenter: Barbs Hawkins, Community Standards
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: Overview and introduction to spoken word poetry. Spoken word as a form of activism and popular spoken word presentations will be shared related to various social justice topics.

Student Success

Notetaking 101

  • Presenter: Academic Success
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-50 minutes
  • Description: Note-taking in a course can be one of the most valuable ways to remain engaged and retain the information. Each person has a different way to capture important information based on their preferences and learning style. Learn about some beneficial forms of note-taking and how they can enhance your performance in your courses.

Make Your Textbook Work for You

  • Presenter: Academic Success
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-50 minutes
  • Description: You complete the reading for one of your courses. As you close the book, you think to yourself, "I have no idea what I just read." You are asked a question about the reading in class and you think (as you have a look of sheer terror on your face), "I know I read that part of the textbook." All of these can be common issues associated with passive reading. Learn about some easy strategies that will help you get more from your textbooks in the same amount of time or less than you are currently spending reading.

Netflix Versus Studying: The Battle Rages On!

  • Presenter: Academic Success
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-90 minutes
  • Description: Time management can be one of the most elusive skills. Every time we get close to having a grasp on our schedules and to-do lists, something seems to change. During this session, we will discuss the competing "priorities" that battle for our time. We will share a number of techniques (paper and digital) to maintain a schedule and stay on top of the various aspects of your busy life.

Procrastination? I'll Worry About That Later...

  • Presenter: Academic Success
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-50 minutes
  • Description: Why do we procrastinate? And how do we stop?! In this presentation, participants will uncover reasons as to why they procrastinate and learn tools to not fall into the procrastination trap in the future.

Test Preparation 101

  • Presenter: Academic Success
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-50 minutes
  • Description: There can be so much information to learn for a test, and then we try to pack all of that studying into one small block of time and expect to do well. Learn about some amazing strategies that will take your studying and retention to the next level. These strategies could also make studying, dare I say, "FUN!"

High School to College: Changes in Learning

  • Presenter: Academic Success
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-50 minutes
  • Description: The university learning environment can be different from what a person experienced in high school. It can almost be a shock to our learning system! Discuss ways the university learning environment is different from past experience and learn about strategies to help with the academic transition.

#feelingoverwhelmed: Coping with Test Anxiety

  • Presenter: Academic Success
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-50 minutes
  • Description: Heart is beating fast. Palms are sweating. Breathing is shallow. You turn over your exam and stare at the first question and your mind goes blank. These are common experiences related to test anxiety. Some stress helps us perform, but too much can have the opposite effect. Learn about ways to confront this anxiety whether you are preparing for an exam, taking an exam, or worrying about the test you just turned in.

Are You in the Right Major? Deciding What You Want to Learn. (Advising/Discovery)

  • Presenter: Academic Success
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45-60 minutes
  • Description: During this interactive presentation students will be able to better understand how they can use major courses, electives, cultural credit and General Education courses to design a unique learning experience.

Self Authorship: What's Your Stetson Story?

  • Presenter: Academic Success
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45-60 minutes
  • Description: During this interactive presentation students will explore their undergraduate time at Stetson University as a story. They will identify the main characters, plot and storyline

Making the Most of Your Advising Appointment:

  • Presenter: Academic Success
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45-60 minutes
  • Description: During this session students will explore how they can prepare for an advising appointment in order to maximize the time spent with a faculty advisor.=

Wellness

Getting to Know Student Counseling Services with a Photo Tour

  • Presenter: Student Counseling Services
  • Contact Email: [email protected] & [email protected]
  • Length: 30-45 minutes
  • Virtual Option Only
  • Description: Introductory presentation that includes an overview of staff and services provided by Student Counseling Services, explanation of confidentiality and information regarding symptoms indicating that a referral to counseling is appropriate. Includes a photographic tour of our new space in Griffith Hall
  • Note: We request that you provide three dates/times for the workshop(s) you are requesting at least fifteen business days in advance. If your workshop request is outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.), we ask that you send an RSVP list of at least ten attendees to [email protected] no later than three days before the requested workshop. Deadlines for submitting Outreach requests are April 1 for Spring Semester and November 1 for the fall semester. Anything submitted after these deadlines will automatically be declined.

Getting to know Student Counseling Services with a tour of Counseling Offices

  • Presenter: Student Counseling Services
  • Contact Email: [email protected] & [email protected]
  • Length: 45-60 minutes
  • Description: Introductory presentation that includes an overview of staff and services provided by Student Counseling Services, explanation of confidentiality and information regarding symptoms indicating that a referral to counseling is appropriate. Includes a tour of our new space in Griffith Hall.
  • Note: We request that you provide three dates/times for the workshop(s) you are requesting at least fifteen business days in advance. If your workshop request is outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.), we ask that you send an RSVP list of at least ten attendees to [email protected] no later than three days before the requested workshop. Deadlines for submitting Outreach requests are April 1 for Spring Semester and November 1 for the fall semester. Anything submitted after these deadlines will automatically be declined

Drink SMART

  • Presenter: Wellness and Recreation
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-45 minutes
  • Description: An alcohol presentation geared towards underclassmen that discuss safe drinking behaviors (if they choose to drink), the standard drink and blood alcohol concentration (BAC). Features interactive PollEverywhere challenges throughout.

Drink, Drank, Drunk

  • Presenter: Wellness and Recreation
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: A presentation about alcohol use on college campuses and how Stetson students can monitor their drinking habits. An in-depth discussion addressing “How great can your night be if you don't remember it?” Recommended for the general student body as well as Greek organizations.

The Gameplay for Athletes

  • Presenter: Wellness and Recreation
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: An alcohol presentation geared toward alcohol's effects on student-athletes. Discusses Stetson and NCAA regulations and repercussions of alcohol and drug use.

Sex Talk and Blow Pops

  • Presenter: Wellness and Recreation
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: This presentation addresses Stetson's definition of consent and how to engage in consensual, healthy sexual behaviors. Risks associated with mixing sexual activity and alcohol are also addressed along with identifying sexually transmitted infections and methods to lessen high-risk behaviors associated with sex and alcohol. Features interactive PollEverywhere challenges throughout.

A Healthy You Starts on the Inside

  • Presenter: Wellness and Recreation
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: This presentation discusses the differences between diet and healthy eating, the components of a well-balanced meal and identifies time and money savers for well-balanced eating. This presentation also includes an interactive meal building component individualized to every participant! This can be adapted to address the needs of athletes or other individualized populations by request.

Intervene! Bystander Intervention

  • Presenter: Wellness and Recreation
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: A discussion-based presentation elaborating on how to be an active bystander in a range of situations. This presentation features a video produced by Cornell University and fosters a discussion on keeping our campus safe and recognizing dangerous situations and how to respond to them.

Tobacco, Marijuana, and Other Drugs

  • Presenter: Wellness and Recreation
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: This presentation is geared towards athletes and breaks down the effects of Tobacco, Marijuana, their electronic counterparts, and common party drugs. This presentation gives information on Stetson statistics, regulations and NCAA repercussions of drug usage. Recommended for student-athletes.

Healthy Hatters Living Their Best Lives

  • Presenter: Wellness and Recreation
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: A presentation introduces the WELL Team and its purpose. It illuminates the importance of the 8 dimensions of wellness and how to live a happy and healthy life. This presentation is offered to educate students on the resources available to them and how their choices affect their ability to lead a happy and healthy lifestyle while at Stetson and beyond. Recommended for the general student body population.

Life as a Vegan

  • Presenter: Barbara Hawkins
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: Flexible
  • Description: This session will provide an account of what it's like to live a vegan lifestyle in our current society. Will provide information on what it means to be vegan, what it means to eat vegan, and what it means to hold vegan values.

Mental Health Crisis Prevention

  • Presenter: Student Counseling Services
  • Contact Email: [email protected] & [email protected]
  • Length: 30-45 minutes
  • Virtual Option only
  • Description: Review of the Kognito At-Risk for Students simulation and information regarding how to help a student dealing with suicidal ideation.
  • Note: Kognito at Risk for students simulation needs to be completed by all participants prior to this presentation. If your workshop request is outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.), we ask that you send an RSVP list of at least ten attendees to [email protected] no later than three days before the requested workshop. Deadlines for submitting Outreach requests are April 1 for Spring Semester and November 1 for the fall semester. Anything submitted after these deadlines will automatically be declined.

A Thing Called Resilience

  • Presenter: Student Counseling Services
  • Contact Email: [email protected] & [email protected]
  • Length: 30-45 minutes
  • Virtual Option only
  • Description: Learn more about what it means to be resilient and how to manage everyday stressors.
  • Note: We request that you provide three dates/times for the workshop(s) you are requesting at least fifteen business days in advance. If your workshop request is outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.), we ask that you send an RSVP list of at least ten attendees to [email protected] no later than three days before the requested workshop. Deadlines for submitting Outreach requests are April 1 for Spring Semester and November 1 for the fall semester. Anything submitted after these deadlines will automatically be declined.

Self-Care for Mental Health

  • Presenter: Student Counseling Services
  • Contact Email: [email protected] & [email protected]
  • Length: 30-45 minutes
  • Description: Learn more about the symptoms of anxiety, homesickness and compassion fatigue. Learn strategies to connect with and support students experiencing a mental health crisis.
  • Note: We request that you provide three dates/times for the workshop(s) you are requesting at least fifteen business days in advance. If your workshop request is outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.), we ask that you send an RSVP list of at least ten attendees to [email protected] no later than three days before the requested workshop. Deadlines for submitting Outreach requests are April 1 for Spring Semester and November 1 for the fall semester. Anything submitted after these deadlines will automatically be declined.

Creating a Culture of Consent

  • Presenter: Sara Smith
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 45-60 minutes
  • Description: This interactive workshop takes a multifaceted approach to preventing sexual and domestic violence through exploring active bystander strategies, utilizing on and off campus resources, understanding and applying consent, alcohol and consent, and supporting survivors. Great for learners at any level.

Understanding Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking

  • Presenter: Sara Smith
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 60+ minutes
  • Description: This workshop is meant to establish and grow understanding of domestic/dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking by providing awareness information as well as prevention strategies. Topics covered include active bystander strategies, the Title IX process, healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviors, signs of stalking, how to help someone experiencing stalking, different types of sexual violence, rape culture vs consent culture, victim-blaming, and supporting survivors. Great for learners at any level.

Sexversations

  • Presenter: Sara Smith
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: Any/adjustable
  • Description: Sexversations is a card game designed by One Student organization, with the goal of starting important conversations about what it means to be sexually empowered. Cards have discussion prompts on them, and the facilitator is trained on how to talk through each card. Because it is a card game, the length and format of this workshop is very flexible. Great for learners at any level and can easily be customized for specific populations. 

Sexual Violence Prevention through Culture Shift

  • Presenter: Sara Smith
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Description: Developed by a Stetson graduate, the "Culture of Consent" framework is a community-based strategy for preventing sexual and domestic violence that includes focusing on open discussions about sex and sexuality, bystander efficacy, and consent comprehension. This workshop covers what those concepts mean theoretically and big-picture, as well as practically and in our everyday lives. Recommended for people with at least beginning-level understanding of domestic and sexual violence, but can be adapted for less experienced audiences.

Escalation

  • Presenter: Sara Smith
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 90 minutes
  • Description: Created by One Love, Escalation is a firm-based workshop that demonstrated what abusive relationships can look like, the way that they tend to escalate, and what active bystanders can do to help someone in a dangerous relationship. A guided discussion by a trained facilitator takes place after the film. This workshop has proven success in increasing understanding of domestic/dating violence, increasing the likelihood to intervene, and increasing empathy for survivors and has been presented to numerous colleges and universities throughout the United States.

Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships/Couples Couplets

  • Presenter: Sara Smith
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 20-30 minutes
  • Description: Using animated videos from One Love, this interactive workshop explores the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviors. Using a more light-hearted approach than most workshops about this subject does make this workshop great for beginning-level learners, or any audience as the discussion component can be tailored to be more or less in-depth.

Overcoming the Odds

  • Presenter: Christina Kulpa
  • Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Length: 30-60 minutes
  • Description: This presentation discusses what factors have the greatest impact on Stetson student's academic success based on data collected from the National College Health Assessment (NCHA) survey. Presenters will review skills that can be built to overcome impediments to academic success, and discuss campus resources available to students to better these areas. Recommended for the general student body population.