Virtual Opportunities

 

Upcoming Virtual Events

 

Wed. Oct. 21 at 6 PM | October is Let’s Talk Month!

Believe it or not, teens want to hear from their parents regarding love, sex, and relationships. Join us for a live family-friendly Q&A with youth and their trusted adults (parents, aunts, grandparents, etc.) to learn about starting age-appropriate conversations early. Open and honest communication with young people leads to smarter decisions regarding their sexual health and more. Sign Up Here.

 

Google Classroom

Here's a customized digital tool to help sex ed teachers remove barriers when delivering lessons online. Complete this form to receive an email with details for accessing our Google Classrooms for Elementary, Middle, and High School FLASH lessons as well as Sexual Violence Prevention 3Rs lessons.

 

Wed. Oct. 28 at 6:00 PM | GCAPP & Advocates for Youth Present: Virtual Tips & Tricks for Teaching Sex Ed 

Teaching sex education is tough enough in person. Teaching lessons virtually brings new challenges. National youth-serving organization, Advocates for Youth, joins us to discuss common scenarios facilitators may face when teaching sex ed virtually, as well as offer new digital resources. Sign Up Here.

 

Coming in Nov. | Henry & Newton Co. Community Conversations (If you're interested in learning more, send us an email to: info@gcapp.org)

 

We believe in the power of community! We invite all our partners, parents, and community leaders from Henry and Newton Counties to join our upcoming community brainstorm. Community Conversations assemble leaders across all sectors – nonprofit, government, education, business, philanthropic, and faith-based, as well as parents and young people – to identify emerging issues that create barriers for adolescents and parents. Once those issues are defined, we work with community leaders, youth advocates, and parents to help address and improve communities' local concerns. 

 

Watch On-Demand | Previously Recorded #WebinarWednesday

 

I am Enough: A Black Male Perspective on Racial & Social Injustice in America

Parent Toolkit: Options for Better Communication & Deeper Connections with Young People

School's Out, What's Now? A COVID Summer

Hear Us Out!

Calming Their Fears: Talking to Children & Young People About a Nation in Crisis

Part 1: "The Talk | Learn door openers and door slammers for healthy communication with your young people. Download talking tips for parents, here.

Part 2: Are you Sex Ed Smart? | Test your knowledge on reproductive anatomy, STIs, contraceptives, and more during a review by GCAPP's expert trainers.

Real Talk with Georgia Teens

Sexual Health Matters session recordings and presentation slides.