Request a Program
Health Promotion offers two programming options: Workshops-To-Go or a Health Promotion Speaker.
Workshops To-Go provide a ready-made program for anyone looking to hold a health-related workshop. Presenters who use a Workshop-To-Go can be confident that they will be sharing up-to-date and accurate health information with their audience. If you would prefer someone from the Health Promotion team to present a program to your class or organization, you may request a Health Promotion speaker with 3-4 weeks advanced notice.
- B.A.C - Define terms & factors affecting Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC), identify alcohol poisoning, and on-campus resources for alcohol related emergencies.
- Staying In Control - Alcohol Awareness Workshop- Discussion about how to drink responsibly, stay in control if you choose to drink, and how to respond to an alcohol related medical emergency.
- Healthy Relationships- Discuss the expectations for friendship, dating, and intimate relationships and identify characteristics of healthy relationships.
- HIV/AIDS 101- Identify the difference between HIV & AIDS, how HIV is transmitted, and methods for prevention and risk reduction.
- Condoms 101- Increase knowledge about condom use and identify steps in using a condom correctly.
- Stress Management- Identify personal stressors and discuss stress management techniques, including a guided meditation.
Request a Health Promotion Speaker
Please note: Once a request is submitted, it may take up to a week to get confirmation of receipt. Fill out the Program Request Form, and email it to Health Promotion at HealthPro@mail.montclair.edu.
- Responsible Decision Making- (standard program for New Student Experience classes)Interactive program covering basic facts about alcohol, drugs and safer sex practices, along with a discussion on the implications of high risk drinking and available resources.
- Healthy Relationships- Identify and discuss characteristics of healthy relationships and ways to handle difficult relationship issues.
- Body Image- Examine individual, societal, cultural and media factors that contribute to body image and examine behavioral changes as a result of body image.
- Blood Alcohol Content Awareness- Define terms & factors affecting BAC, identify impact and resources.
- Stress Management - Define terms, identify stressors, learn techniques to manage stress.
- Safer Sex- Identify high risk sexual behaviors, understand how to use various forms of contraception, identify resources.
- Tobacco- Identify and discuss the manipulative tactics of tobacco companies along with short and long term health risks associated with tobacco use.