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Get Career Ready!

Center for Career Development
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Peer Career Advisors or CCD staff will share an overview of center offerings and how students can develop the skills and experiences necessary for transition to the world of work or graduate school. Staff or students 45 minutes Projector Click here 2 weeks

Sharpen Your Resume

Center for Career Development
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Peer Career Advisors or CCD staff will lead students through a resume building workshop. Staff or students 45 minutes Projector Click here 2 weeks

 

Exploring Majors and Careers

Center for Career Development
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
CCD staff will lead students through assessment results and resources to learn more about UT majors and career paths. Staff or students 45 minutes Projector Click here 2 weeks

Don’t Be Broke and Afraid

Center for Health Education & Wellness
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
This interactive program provides basic knowledge on financial literacy and explores some of the key areas students may find difficult when beginning to manage their own money: savings, debt repayment, and balancing socializing on a budget with Fear of Missing Out (FOMO). Both 50 Minutes Projector and Audio Click here 2 weeks

Vols Know Prescription Stimulants

Center for Health Education & Wellness
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
A program that provides information on prescription stimulants, how to recognize them, understand misuse, and correct misperceptions. Staff/Graduate Assistan 50 Minutes Projector and Audio Click here 2 weeks

Volunteers Speak UP! First-Year Studies (FYS) Edition

Center for Health Education & Wellness
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
VSU: FYS Edition is designed specifically for First-Year students. It serves as an introductory overview to active bystander skills. Both 50 Minutes Projector and Audio Click here 2 weeks

We Got Your BAC

Center for Health Education & Wellness
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
We Got Your BAC is an interactive, activity-based program to provide in-depth information on blood alcohol content. The purpose is to provide accurate information to help individuals who choose to drink to make informed decisions about their health and wellbeing related to drinking behavior. Staff/Graduate Assistant 50 Minutes Projector and Audio Click here 2 weeks

Volunteers Speak UP! Alcohol Edition

Center for Health Education & Wellness
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
VSU: Alcohol Edition serves to address and reduce risks related to concerning drinking behavior, over-consumption of alcohol, and other alcohol-related injuries, deaths, or other incidents. The Alcohol Edition program includes information on how to recognize alcohol overdose, care-taking skills when someone has overdosed on alcohol, how to be an active bystander, and ways to Speak UP! Both 50 Minutes Projector and Audio Click here 2 weeks

 

Feeling Your Best at UT

Center for Health Education & Wellness
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Feeling Your Best at UT explores some of the key health areas that students may find difficult to manage: cold and flu, nutrition, sexual health, sleep, and stress. Tips for improving health and wellness in these areas are provided as well as information about on-campus resources for health. Staff 50 Minutes Projector Click here 2 weeks

 

Healthy Relationships

Center for Health Education & Wellness
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Healthy Relationships focuses on identifying characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships; defining passive, aggressive, and assertive communication; practicing assertive communication through role play; and exploring how the information presented is relevant to the range of personal and professional relationships students experience at UT. Consent, campus, and community resources are also covered. Both 50 minutes N/A Click here 2 weeks

It’s Not Taboo (Sexual Health)

Center for Health Education & Wellness
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
It’s Not Taboo provides students a fun and interactive opportunity to discuss safer sex practices in a safe, nonjudgmental manner. The topics covered in this interactive presentation are sexually transmitted infections, barrier methods, and contraceptives. It is stressed that the information provided is useful to all individuals, whether they are currently sexually active or abstinent. Both 50 minutes Need an open space (i.e. a classroom with moveable desks) Click here 2 weeks

Kale, Yeah! Fantastic Food and You (Nutrition)

Center for Health Education & Wellness
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Kale, Yeah! is an interactive game that helps students identify the relationship nutrition has on general health and wellness. Participants learn the basic components of a healthy eating pattern, dietary recommendations, as well as tips specific to college students such as preparing meals on a budget, preparing meals in a residence hall, and quick snacks. The game also addresses current dieting trends. Both 50 minutes Need an open space (i.e. a classroom with moveable desks) Click here 2 weeks

Know the Standard (Alcohol Education)

Center for Health Education & Wellness
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Know the Standard is about alcohol risk-reduction. We know that drinking is a big responsibility, and if our students are choosing to drink, they should be equipped with information to do so in a safer manner. Students 50 minutes Projector Click here 2 weeks

Consent

Center for Health Education & Wellness
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
The Consent program explores the campus policy and definition of consent, as well as factors that impact the ability to give consent. Through interactive activities, students learn how to recognize when consent is present, when it is not, and what to do when consent may be unclear. Staff 50 minutes Projector Click here 2 weeks

Get InVOLved!

Center for Student Engagement
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
A presentation that highlights various campus involvement opportunities and events with a focus on VOLink, Student Organizations, and the Campus Events Board programming Varies/Both Flexible. We can tweak the presentation to 15-45 minutes depending on need Laptop and projector Click here 2 weeks

DOS Overview

Dean of Students Office
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Attendees will be provided an overview of the Office of the Dean of Students, including staff, offices reporting to, and general responsibilities. Both 30 minutes A/V Equipment Click here 2 weeks

 

DOS Initiatives

Dean of Students Office
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Attendees will learn about student initiatives offered through the Office of the Dean of Students, including Big Orange Meal Share, Smokey’s Sofa, Lunch Hours, and more. Both 30 minutes A/V Equipment Click here 2 weeks

 

1st Amendment/Freedom of Speech

Dean of Students Office
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Attendees will briefly explore the 1st Amendment, the University of Tennessee’s statement regarding freedom of speech on campus, and work to understand what constitutes hate speech/bias. Both 30 minutes A/V Equipment Click here 2 weeks

 

Bias Protocol

Dean of Students Office
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Attendees will learn about the Bias Protocol and steps for reporting a bias incident. Staff and/or students 45 minutes A/V equipment Click here 2 weeks

Facilitation Request: Diversity Educators

Office of Multicultural Student Life
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
MSL Diversity Educators will facilitate educational programs on diversity, multiculturalism, and other special topics for interested organizations, offices, and academic classes. The primary goal is to increase awareness of diversity related issues while creating a dialogue that explores the campus definition and perception of diversity and inclusion. Students depends on request depends on request Click here none

Integrity Matters

Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
SCCS will provide a presentation on the role of student conduct at UT, the student conduct process, helpful and frequently asked questions. The primary goal is to discuss with students the value of integrity in their academic, professional and social environments and facilitate a discussion on the importance of integrity and its place at UT. Staff Flexible: 30-60 minutes Projector COMING SOON 24 hours, depending on scheduling

Money Habitudes

The Money Habitudes presentation will discuss effective money management and the empowerment to discuss money and planning for the future. This presentation and activity will facilitate discussions of money without the judgment that usually follows. During the presentation, students will go through the Money Habitudes activity and discuss the possible challenges they may face based on the results of the activity.

Advance Notice Required – 2 Weeks

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Program Request: Jones Center Ambassadors

Jones Center for Leadership & Service
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
The Jones Center Ambassadors can plan and execute leadership programs on a variety of topics including teams/teambuilding, leadership principles and application, social justice and service/volunteerism/servant leadership. Students depends on request depends on request Click here 2 weeks

Service Request: Jones Center Ambassadors

Jones Center for Leadership & Service
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
The Jones Center Ambassadors will coordinate with local Community Partners to plan volunteer service for your group and facilitate meaningful reflection after the service is complete. Students depends on request depends on request Click here 2 weeks

Clifton Strengths Facilitation

Jones Center for Leadership & Service
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
The campus-wide Clifton Strengths team will plan and execute a session based on group needs, including but not limited to: teambuilding, understanding individual strengths, understanding group strengths, and relating strengths to job tasks. Students 60 minutes depends on request Click here 2 weeks

MS Word: Formatting for Resumes

Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Students will learn the basics of using Microsoft Word to format a resume by using styles in the document, adjusting the fonts and using alignment tabs. Staff 50 minutes Projector and audio Help.utk.edu
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WordPress for Portfolios

Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Learn how to create a personal portfolio/website with WordPress.com.  This course will cover principles for creating a good design and user experience, what to include in your portfolio, creating a personal brand identity, and WordPress.com Staff 50 minutes Projector and audio Help.utk.edu
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LinkedIN, Social Media, and your Resume

Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Learn how to use social media such as LinkedIn to set up a resume, network, and search for internships and post-graduation jobs. Bring your laptop, iPad, or other mobile device with the LinkedIn app already installed or request to borrow a device to experiment with us. Staff 50 minutes Projector and audio Help.utk.edu
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Office of Sustainability Tours, Workshops & Volunteer Opportunities

The Office of Sustainability provides presentations and workshops in a variety of formats and time lengths. They also offer tours of the Composting Facility, The Grow Lab (community garden), the Public Recycling Drop-Off, and a local recycling facility, WestRock. They have 2 buses available for transportation to events and facilities.

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Know Your Policy

Office of Title IX
Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
The Know Your Policy program provides information on the campus Policy on Sexual Misconduct, Relationship Violence, and Stalking. Get the facts on students’ rights related to the policy, key definitions, and resources for students. Staff 50 minutes Projector and Audio Click here 2 weeks

Programs Abroad Presentation

Learn more about all the international education options abroad.

Advance Notice Required – 2 Weeks

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Student Success Center

The Student Success Center is available to provide a general overview presentation to inform your students about academic support services we provide. The presentation typically takes 15 minutes and will cover information about our primary programs: academic coaching, supplemental instruction, and tutoring.

NOTE: Currently, most programs/presentations can be scheduled on weekdays from 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Advance Notice Required – 2 Weeks

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Smokey’s Library Snapshot

A library orientation experience for first-year students.

The self-guided library activity is a good alternative if you miss the September 4 deadline. Access the self-guided library tour here.

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Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events

Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
One of the most frightening situations that can occur on a college campus is dealing with an active shooter. An active shooter is a person who is actively threatening lives or prepared to threaten lives in a populated area. This program focuses on how to deal with a potential active shooter situation. The course gives information on past occurrences, warning signs, and what to do if a shooting occurs in your immediate area. Staff 1 hour Computer, projector and audio Contact: utpdcru@utk.edu 1 week

Alcohol Awareness

Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
Alcohol use is prevalent on many college and university settings. High-risk behaviors associated with alcohol abuse and misuse impact all community members. This program addresses the dangers associated with excessive drinking and brings awareness to the hazards of driving while impaired. This interactive course utilizes a Nintendo Wii as a driving simulator, as well as “drunk” goggles to imitate intoxication and drunk driving. We demonstrate the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests that Officers conduct to determine impairment during road-side testing. We also have Sum-It-Cups for measuring the different alcohol concentrations found in different types of alcoholic beverages. Staff 1 hour Computer, Projector & TV if you want the driving simulation Contact: utpdcru@utk.edu 1 week

Law & You: Interacting with Law Enforcement

Description Presented by staff, students or both? Length Requirements Request Form Advance Notice Required
The community interacts with police officers every day. Sometimes, through miscommunication, these interactions can have a negative community impact. This program will explain police officers roles, misconceptions of rights and abilities in many common situations (traffic stops, DUI stops, crime reports, etc.), and how to minimize potential negativity through effective communication. This program welcomes questions from the audience, as audience interactions are an essential part of the program. Staff 1 hour Computer and projector Contact: utpdcru@utk.edu 1 week