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Program Requests

Certified HEART Peer Educators are available to facilitate the programs described below.

Click here to request one of our certified peer educators to facilitate any of these programs for your student organisation, residence hall, or class. We require a minimum of two weeks notice, and may not be available to fulfill all program requests

We currently offer the following programs:

Alcohol 101: This program gives students the opportunity to understand the importance of responsible drinking at any age. We encourage students to decipher between alcohol related facts and myths and engage in prize winning activities which force students to think about theirs and their friends drinking habits.

HIV 101: A comprehensive and interactive way of learning about HIV/ AIDS. The basics, prevention, and testing information on HIV/AIDS are covered along with a fun Jeopardy game. The outcome is to learn the basics, know the facts, and take care of yourself.

Test Your Stress Smarts: This program provides students with information about stress at college through a fun, interactive presentation with multiple choice and true/false trivia questions. It focuses on causes, coping mechanisms, their pre-existing knowledge, and debunking “stress myths.”

Healthy Relationships: This program explores the variety of relationships encountered in college, how to use communication and conflict resolution techniques to foster healthy relationships, and how influences from the media affect perceptions of real-life relationships.

Sexercise: Through this interactive program, college students learn how to practice safer sex methods (including demonstrations of three types of protection) as well as where to find resources to address sexual health concerns. You don't run a marathon without a good pair of shoes, and you don't start knockin' boots without protection!

Sex Jeopardy: Play a fun game of Jeopardy that provides college students with information on a variety of sexual health topics and addresses some of the myths surrounding sexuality and sexual behavior. The game is designed to help students have positive experiences, explore their options, and feel empowered when making decisions related to sexuality.

Nutrition and Fitness Jeopardy: Through a fun game of Jeopardy, students learn information on a variety of nutrition and fitness related topics! Put your knowledge to the test! Categories include ‘vitamins and minerals,’ ‘diseases and irritants,’ and ‘healthy campus!’