Keeping It Consensual ImageKeeping it Consensual

Practicing consent is a critical part of sexual relationships. In this workshop, participants will learn about consent, what it looks like in practice, and how to incorporate it into their lives.


Start Smart Workshop Image$tart $mart: Salary Negotiation Workshop for Women

$tart $mart prepares college women who are approaching the job market with the confidence, knowledge, and skills they need to negotiate salaries and benefits. When students leave the workshop, they learn; how the gender wage gap affects their lives, how to develop a personal budget to determine salary needs, how to benchmark salary and benefits, and how to negotiate for their first salary out of college. Pre-registration is required for this workshop.  For more information

RelationShip Wreck workshop imageRelationships, Communication  & Conflict

How people engage in conflict can affect a relationship. Unhealthy conflict can lead to control, manipulation, and physical violence which are warning signs for relationship violence. By exploring the use of healthy and unhealthy dynamics of conflict styles, participants will develop strategies for effective communication with their partners.

WOLCNDorm Dialogues

Dorm Dialogues are peer-to-peer educational workshops that are led by WOCLN staff. The topics discussed during these sessions address a variety of social and political issues that are relevant to college students’ lives on and off campus. They range from Privilege and Oppression, Body Image, Responsible Friendships, Hook-Up Culture, to the concept of Allyship, to using the Bystander model in order to interrupt oppressive behaviors and many more topics.  WOCLN often collaborates with Residential Education, RSOs, Sorority and Fraternity groups to host our Dorm Dialogue workshops.  Dorm Dialogue Topics

YIS (Your Intervention Strategies)

Have you ever been in a concerning situation but didn’t know what to do? Through the use of YIS (Your Intervention Strategies), participants in this workshop will identify the skills they already have and develop strategies to prevent and interrupt different forms of sexual violence.