Presentations

Well-being Topics

Alcohol & Other Drug Education

This interactive presentation discusses decision making and safety around alcohol and drug use. Prior to the presentation, organization members are asked to complete an online survey so the presentation is tailored to your unique needs. The presentation includes both organization-specific and UNL-specific statistics, an overview of how alcohol interacts with the human body, tips for reducing harm when drinking, and campus resources.

(45 minutes)

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All About Big Red Resilience & Well-being

An overview of services provided by Big Red Resilience & Well-being. This presentation is great for students who may be hesitant to seek help and need information about the resources provided by Big Red Resilience & Well-being.

(45 minutes)

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Let the Good Times Roll

Looking for alcohol education that is more hands-on and engaging for your RSO, chapter, or another group? Request a private Let the Good Times Roll event for your group.

Let the Good Times Roll aims to create a fun, comfortable and engaging environment for students to learn lessons about alcohol that will stay with them long-term. This is a harm-reduction program meaning that students will learn realistic and applicable information about how to be safer around alcohol. Activities include trivia, practice pouring a standard serving of alcohol, individualized BAC calculator and more.

Prerequisite: your organization or group must have completed previous alcohol education such as CHOICES or the large group alcohol education presentation.

(30 minutes, customizable to your group)

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REACH Suicide Prevention Training

Anyone can help prevent suicide by learning the risk factors, warning signs, and how to intervene.

(90 minutes)

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Step UP! Bystander Intervention Training

Has there ever been a time when you felt, or even knew, something was wrong and wanted to help, but didn't? Learn how to Step UP!

(90 minutes)

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Body Acceptance Program

The Body Acceptance Program is a dissonance-based body-acceptance workshop. It is designed to help college-age women resist and challenge sociocultural pressures to conform to the thin-ideal and reduce their pursuit of unrealistic appearance standards.

(2 sessions of 2 hours each)

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Financial Well-being Topics

Budgeting for Life After College

This workshop will give soon-to-be and recent graduates the information and tools they need to prepare themselves for inevitable changes in their financial situations. In addition to explaining the connection between income and career, this workshop will provide students with a budgeting worksheet and several money management tips specifically for new graduates as well as discuss potential income vs. actual expenses.

(45 minutes)

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Budgeting: Keeping Track of Your Money

This workshop will help your students understand that money management is less overwhelming than they may think. The budgeting presentation will cover the difference between fixed and variable expenses and between needs and wants, as well as provide students with CashCourse tools that can help them create their own budgets.

(45 minutes)

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Credit: Everything You Need to Know

This workshop provides students with the basics of all things credit. After debunking some common credit myths, students will learn how credit is reported and the pros and cons of using credit; they will also receive some tools to start building good credit (or get bad credit back on track).

(45 minutes)

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Dealing with Debt

This workshop provides valuable information to all students – regardless of whether or not they are currently dealing with debt problems. This presentation reviews signs of debt distress in addition to providing strategies for avoiding quick fixes and recovering from debt as quickly as possible.

(45 minutes)

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Money Management: Actions You Can Take Today

This workshop kit provides students of all knowledge levels with an overview of several money management topics. From monitoring spending to protecting credit, the Money Management workshop will help your students feel more prepared and in control of their own finances.

(45 minutes)

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