Alice! Health Promotion Workshop and Training Request Form
Alice! Health Promotion Interactive Workshops and Trainings are available by request on a number of health-related topics; we are also happy to tailor workshops/trainings to your specific needs on these and other related topics:
- Alcohol and Networking
- Responsible Community @ Columbia (Alcohol)
- Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships
- Reducing and Managing Stress
- Time Management
Complete the form below to request a workshop/training for your student group/organization, classroom, or residence hall. An Alice! staff member will connect with you within 1-3 business days following submission.
Please read the following expectations prior to submitting the request form:
Allow for at least 3 weeks' advance notice prior to any requested dates.
Provide both a preferred date/time and an alternate date/time. If unable to accommodate the submitted date/time options, we will work with you to explore additional availability.
All workshops and trainings must have a start time no later than 8 p.m. ET.
Generally, at least 10 participants must be present at the start of the scheduled program. If there are fewer than the minimum required participants present, Alice! staff reserve the right to cancel and will work with hosts to reschedule, if feasible.
If registration is required for a given workshop or training, an Alice! staff member will confirm that the minimum number of required participants have registered (10 participant minimum for general workshops) at least 2 business days prior to the scheduled session. If the minimum number of required participants has not yet registered at that time, Alice! staff reserve the right to cancel and will work with hosts to reschedule, if feasible.
Requests for workshops or trainings for groups with fewer than 10 participants will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
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