Each year, the National Sexuality Resource Center brings undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral students in sexuality from around the country to San Francisco for the Summer Institute on Sexuality. It’s an amazing opportunity to visit an amazing city during one of the most beautiful times of the year and to learn plenty of fascinating stuff about sex. Plus, they always schedule it so that students can go to the SF Pride Parade, one of the most fabulous events in the world! This year, it’s happening June 20-July 15.
I’m honored to be teaching my How to Be a Top Presenter class as part of the Institute. Although I’ll be offering a 3-hour version of this one at Good Vibrations in July, the class at the Institute will be 4 sessions, which will give us much more time to discuss practices, explore some of the theories, and build some of the practical skills that sex educators need. There are lots of other amazing teachers and to be honest, I wish I could take the time off work at attend their classes.
If you’re thinking of applying, tell them that I referred you and they’ll waive the application fee (as well as the late fee, if you miss the May 1 deadline). And no, I don’t get a commission. 🙂
Feel free to pass this along to any sex educators or students who might like to know about it. And if you plan to attend, drop me a note!