Submitting A Workshop
One of the highest rated parts of the past 32 conferences has been the student-led workshop sessions. We invite workshop proposals from students, advisors and anyone interested in presenting.
This year’s conference is LIVING YOUR BEST LIFE. How will your workshop help students live their best life and reach their goals. Please fill out the following information and return it to the SLS office. If your workshop is chosen you group will receive one free conference registration.
**Deadline to submit workshops: October 19, 2018**
Young, Hungry, Ambitious: Imagine What Could Happen If You Decided to Be the Leader You Were Created to Be. Presented by Jesse Cole.
Everybody’s Problem is Nobody’s Problem: Everybody has a responsibility in today’s world from helping others to helping our environment. Today is not the time to sit back and let someone else handle it, it’s everybody’s problem. Presented by Makenzie Ryder, Walled Lake Northern HS
Stand Proudly and Speak Loudly: Learn the appropriate ways to stand up for yourself and say “no” through this scavenger hunt and shark tank workshop. Presented by Niah Holsey, Warren Mott HS and Connor Meadows, Milford HS
Accepting the Unexpected (Inclusiveness and Diversity): Every day you encounter the unexpected. How will you handle it/cope with it? This workshop will help you learn how look past a books cover and dive into the pages. Presented by Sonya Liggins and Camryn Jackson, Warren Mott HS
Creating a Positive and Healthy Lifestyle: Everyday our physical and mental health is affect by the stress and anxiety in our lives. Even the food that we eat can affect our well-being. This workshop will break down the statistics and will help learn positive coping strategies to decrease a negative lifestyle and increase a positive lifestyle. Presented by Mone’t Stewart, Chippewa Valley High School
Paints, Posters, and Public Awareness: The Art of Poster Making This fun and interactive workshop is focused on teaching others important how to skills of the critical advertising component of poster making. Presented by Freeland High School SLS Chapter.
Aim High: This workshop is designed to specifically to help students understand the importance of healthy relationships. Activities will teach importance of respect in various relationships, dating safety tips, and effective communication tools. Presented by Elizabeth Kurkowski, SLS Prevention Specialist.
College Ready or Not?: This workshop will give you a look into college life and how to properly prepare for a successful college career. Presented by Garrett Zimmerman, SLS Board of Director and Alumnus, Central Michigan University