“The presenter’s openness with the students, the ability to have her echo my teaching (and vice versa) as a woman – students receive models then of both genders. She was very flexible. My group of students can be tough and pointed if speakers are unauthentic – this speaker did a nice job here. I think my students will be thinking differently about consent. Consent definitions are always eye-opening when children are raised in, what I still feel, is a rape culture. We would welcome this speaker and/or others from Hope House back next year!”
Hope House provides community education through presentations, written materials, educational booths, and various awareness and prevention activities, projects, and events.
Community Presentation Topics
Hope House gives free presentations and training to service providers, church groups, school staff, community organizations, and businesses. Length of presentations are flexible. Please click on this section's heading to see a list of topics.
Youth Presentation Topics
Presentations are available to elementary through college-level
students. Each topic takes at least 45 minutes. For middle and high school students, Hope House recommends 3+ sessions to help students retain what they learned and to encourage attitudinal and behavioral change. Please click on this section's heading to see a list of topics.
To inquire about community education opportunities please email the Community Education Program Manager at HHShelter@HopeHouseSCW.org or call 608.356.9123.