Clock, Inc hosts free workshops throughout the year that provide hands on teaching of a range of topics. Workshop leaders will present/demonstrate their knowledge and skills to individuals of interest. Clock, Inc is always accepting suggestions for new workshops! Contact us today to plan our next workshop!
Clock, Inc's first workshop was on Giving Consent. Presenting on this topic was Cat Roth from the Child Abuse Council and the Consent Coalition. These groups provided information on heathy relationships, giving consent, sexual heath birth, control methods, and much more. This workshop was completely FREE and for all ages!
Clock, Inc presented a free transgender workshop lead by Chase Norris, M.S.Ed, LPC, NCC and Miss Trans USA 2019 Candi Stratton/Paula Randall. We will be leading a workshop to help educate parents, teachers, transgender individuals, counselors or anyone interested in learning more about the transgender community!
YOUTH DRAG KING & QUEEN INVOLVEMENT
Self-confidence can be challenging for LGBT+ youth and some may struggle to find creative outlets to express themselves. In this workshop, leaders provided knowledge about developing a drag character, choosing a drag name, choosing costumes, applying proper makeup, and performing on stage!
Clock, Inc offered a free 2 day workshop for LGBT+ youth to learn about the world of drag in a safe and supportive place.
At our Keagans Rocks Free Workshop, we heard about the incredible Keagan and his mother Kim’s story while painting some beautiful rocks that may impact someone in need, just like it did for Kim! This is a rock painting group in honor of my son Keagan Belle Isle he lost his battle with depression and died from suicide on April 6, 2017. He also struggled with an eating disorder called anorexia. Keagan loved performing random acts of kindness and I thought rock painting would be a great way to honor his memory while also raising awareness of suicide and eating disorders. Kim would like to be able to pay it forward and maybe impact someone else in need, please join me in brightening the world one rock at a time.
FACT OF FICTION: HEALTH EDITION
The Physician Assistant Students at St. Ambrose University and the members of Clock, Inc. are passionate in ensuring everyone in our community has the adequate knowledge at their disposal to make informed medical decisions.
This workshop covered topics such as:
Dispelling common medical myths and misconceptions Tattoo and piercing safety, Mental health, Tobacco use and Vaping/Juuling and College safety.
CAREER WORKSHOP: THE NON STEREOTYPICAL CAREERS
Clock, Inc hosted a free career workshop that focuses on career options that are on the non stereotypical side!