Live Workshop Opportunity!
Recognizing Signs of Alcohol & Drug Abuse: How To Help Yourself Or Others
September 22, 2022, 12-12:30 pm
Join us for a chance to earn a $500 scholarship! Students will be eligible to enter until October 31, 2022. This 30-minute interactive session will deliver an overview of the most commonly used substances by college-aged students and provide opportunities to understand why they’re appealing.
Be sure to set up a StudentLingo account first so you can log-in!
- Share common substances used by college-age students which include dangers, signs, and symptoms of intoxication, overdose, and withdrawal.
- Provide interactive opportunities to engage in the presentation by asking questions such as, “What is the most commonly abused substance on college campuses?”
- Discuss ways to talk with peers who are engaging in problematic alcohol and or substance abuse.
- Review resources available if you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol or substance abuse.
- The presenter will provide details about a $500 scholarship opportunity related to this event.
- Students will be eligible to enter until October 31, 2022.
- Students must watch the workshop (live or on-demand) and complete the activity to participate.
Frequently Asked Questions-FAQ
- Do students have to attend the live event? No, if they can’t make the live event, the on-demand workshop will be available within 2 hours.
- Will the live and on-demand workshops be ADA accessible? Yes, both the live events and on-demand recordings will be closed captioned.
- Will students be able to access the events from their dashboard? Yes, students will have access to the live event information and the recording from their StudentLingo dashboard.
On-Demand Workshop List
- 10 Tips For Success In Your Online Course
- Effectively Communicating Online
- Online Courses: Staying Motivated & Disciplined
- Taking Tests Online: Strategies For Success
Academic & Career Exploration
- Creating Your College Bucket List: Explore, Experience, Succeed
- Exploring Careers & Choosing A Major
- Mastering The Job Interview
- Maximizing Your College Experience
- What It Takes To Be A Successful Student
- Writing Effective Resumes & Cover Letters
Learning to Learn
- Academic Integrity: The Do’s and Don’ts
- 10 Habits Of Mind For College Success
- Classroom Expectations & Behaviors
- Developing Critical Thinking Skills
- Exam Preparation Tips & Test-Taking Strategies
- Handling Failure In & Out Of The Classroom
- How To Reduce Test Anxiety
- How To Succeed In Math
- How To Overcome Math Anxiety
- How To Work In Groups: Creating A Positive & Productive Learning Experience
- Information Literacy: How To Master College Research
- Study Tips & Note-Taking Strategies
- The Difference Between High School & College
- Learning Strategies Every Student Should Know
- Preparing For Final Exams
- Understanding & Avoiding Plagiarism
Reading & Writing Strategies
- Developing A Strong Thesis Statement
- Drafting Introductions, Body Paragraphs & Conclusions
- Pre-Writing Techniques: Planning & Idea Development
- Reading Comprehension Strategies
- The Revision Process: How To Proofread & Edit Your Writing
- Eating Disorders: Types, Causes, Symptoms & Support
- Emotional Intelligence: The Other Key To Academic Success
- Financial Literacy: Smart Money Skills For College & Beyond
- How To Achieve Well-Being, Balance & Success
- How To Develop Your Cross-Cultural Skills
- How Your Personality Style May Impact Your Academic Success
- Improving Student-Faculty Relationships
- Mental Health & Suicide: Helping Yourself & Others
- Navigating The Financial Aid Process
- Overcoming Procrastination: Causes & Cures
- Stress Management Techniques
- Setting & Accomplishing Realistic Goals
- Sexual Violence Awareness & Prevention: A Title IX Training For Students
- Time Management: Strategies For Success
- Discover Your Learning Style Preferences
- Leading As A Student-Athlete In & Out Of The Classroom
- Student Veterans: How To Succeed In College
- Success Strategies For First Generation Students
- Success Strategies For Students On Probation
Visit Innovative Educators StudentLingo for descriptions of each workshop.