Workshops

We offer workshops on a variety of levels, from introductory to advanced, on multiple topics not limited to those listed below. We are also happy to tailor a workshop to the specific needs of your classroom or organization.  Workshops include lecture-style presentation, interactive activities, and question & answer periods.  Our standard workshop is 80 minutes long. 

Workshop requests should be made, no later than 3 weeks from the presentation date.  This allows our Education team to provide the best workshop possible.  

Request a Workshop

Request a Workshop

  • Requestor Information

  • Workshop Information

  • Please tell us more about why you are requesting this workshop - the content you would like us to be sure to discuss, particular exercises that you would like us to include, etc.
  • Please tell us a bit about your organization.
  • Please, a minimum of 2 weeks advance notice is required.
  • Please, a minimum of 2 weeks advance notice is required.
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    Please, no requests for workshops after 8PM.
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    We typically request you give us 90 minutes for a full presentation, but if this is not possible we ask for a minimum of 60 minutes.
  • Please provide the location of the training or let us know if you require assistance securing a location.
    In order to fulfill our educational goals, we require for those who are requesting our services, to cooperate by sending out a follow-up survey to their students. We will supply you with the survey link one month after we have delivered our training.
Intro to the LGBT Resource Center

5-15 minute presentation (tailored to fit request)
Our mission is to increase the awareness, education, and presence of LGBTQ+ topics and concerns on the UWM campus and to provide a resource for students and campus community members wanting to learn about and advocate for LGBTQ+ inclusion. To this end we provide student-inspired programming, education, outreach and social groups in an attempt to create an inclusive and welcoming campus environment for all students, staff and faculty members. This presentation will give an overview of the services that the LGBT Resource Center provides. We will share information about upcoming social and educational forums, activities, programs and events sponsored by the LGBT Resource Center. We will also discuss various ways students can become involved with activities and outreach initiatives conducted by the LGBT Resource Center.

LGBTQ+ 101

1 – 1.5 hours
This interactive training is provided to staff, faculty and students across campus so they are aware of and attentive to the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students and their allies. Our goal is to provide a welcoming environment for all people at UWM so they can feel included as well as invited to share in the totality of their identities. This training will address information about language and terms, specific challenges LGBTQ+ students face, guidelines for referrals in counseling and harassment reporting, and resources available on and off campus.

Trans 2.0

1 – 1.5 hours
The Trans 2.0 training will provide faculty, staff, and students with information and tools to work with transgender people including a review of the differences between sex, gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation, the gender and sex binary, social constructions of gender, an overview of trans identities, current issues facing trans communities, and effective ally behaviors.

You must have completed our LGBTQ+ 101 training prior to requesting or attending the Trans 2.0 training.

Trans 2.0 Open Training

L.I.F.T. Open Training Registration

The L.I.F.T Programs exists to educate the UWM and Milwaukee communities about the Identities and experiences of all LGBTQ+ individuals.
    To take part in the Trans 2.0 training, you must have successfully completed our LGBT 101 training in the past.