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The LGBTQA Student Resource Center offers workshops and educational experiences for students, faculty, and staff. 

Faculty & Staff Workshops

The Safer People Safer Places program offers a variety of workshops providing a foundation of knowledge needed to be an effective ally to the LGBTQ+ community at Penn State. Individuals who complete workshops can choose to display a Safer People Safer Places decal in their work area. Network members should be comfortable with LGBTQ+ individuals approaching them to talk about LGBTQ+ related issues, and be able to assist individuals in finding campus and/or local resources. Those who complete the foundations workshop will also be added to our Safer People Safer Places network listserv and be listed on our website as a network participant.

Straight Talks Peer Education Program

The Straight Talks Peer Education Program consists of two peer education experiences.  Formerly known as Straight Talks, the Student Voice Panels tell their personal narrative, give a brief overview of the LGBTQA Student Resource Center, and educate audience members on terminology and identities in the LGBTQ+ community.  Student Ally workshops are peer-facilitated opportunities that educates students about the LGBTQ+ population, helps them understand the issues facing LGBTQ+ students, and increases awareness of the various LGBTQ+ resources at Penn State and in the community.

LGBTQ+ Lecture Series

The LGBTQA Student Resource Center strives to educate members of campus and the local community on various LGBTQ+ identities. Through partnerships with academic and co-curricular departments, we provide annual engagement opportunities that are interdisciplinary and justice focused.