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Wellness Educators

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  • Presentations & Programming

    Wellness Educators facilitate presentations in the residence halls and classrooms. These presentations are designed to encourage healthy lifestyles for the campus community. Below is a partial listing of programs interns promote and present.

    • So You Want a Tattoo
      Presentation that addresses questions of choosing a studio and an artist, safety measures, and what to do if you don't like your tattoo.

    • Getting What You Want From Body Piercing
      Addresses types of piercing, choosing a studio an artist, safety measures and the proper metals for piercing.

    • Sex-Tac-Toe
      Fun and interactive game designed to provide information regarding a variety of relationship and personal health issues.

    • Condom Bingo
      Interactive game answers questions related to sex. When you yell BINGO, you'll receive a FREE CONDOM!

    • Sexpectations
      Everything you wanted to know about sex but were afraid to ask. Ever wondered what queefing is or what the average size of a penis is? These questions and many more are answered in a fun, non-judgemental way.

    • Stress
      Learn how to use time management skills and other techniques to ease and cope with stress in your life.

    • Relationships
      This program addresses issues such as long-distance relationships, keys to a healthy relationship and warning signs of unhealthy relationships.

    • Healthy Squares
      A new fun interactive jeopardy game that deals with a variety of topics such as : Sex, Alcohol, Condoms, Contraception, HPV, STI's, HIV/AIDS, and Stress. Hand-outs and prizes will be awarded!

    • Tobacco Jeopardy
      The game where knowing the right answers to questions about tobacco makes you a winner.

    • KISS (Keep It Safe and Secure)
      This Powerpoint presentation brings up the topics of facebook, future employers, online predators, sexting and more.

    To schedule a program, please contact Lynn Peterson at 218.477.2211.