To book a workshop please fill out the form below. Workshops are offered for youth between the ages of 13 and 29 years old. All PPT workshops are offered free of charge. *School/Group/Organization *Name *Phone Number *Email Address *Address/Directions *First Possible Date of Workshop *First Possible Start Time of Workshop Second Possible Date of Workshop (if known) Second Possible Start Time of Workshop (if known) Third Possible Date of Workshop (if known) Third Possible Start Time of Workshop (if known) *Are you interested in multiple workshops? YesNo *Number of Participants 7 (minimum)7-1011-1516-2021-2526-3031-3536+ *How long have the participants been together? *What is the background of the participants? (grade, age, gender, cultural backgrounds, sexual orientation...) *What do you think the participants’ level of comfort and existing knowledge of the topic is? *Are there any particular group dynamics that would help TEACH in planning the workshop? i.e. Have any incidents related to this topic happened within the group? Has the group done any previous equity/anti-homophobia work? If yes, please describe. Questions for TEACH staff *How did you hear about TEACH? What other PPT programs (or staff) have you worked with in the last 6 months? Are you interested in being contacted about other PPT programs? YesNo *I understand that... TEACH requires a staff person to be present with the participants for the entire workshop. TEACH workshops require a writing surface (chalkboard/flip chart/whiteboard) and writing materials (chalk/markers). A TEACH staff member will contact you when this request is processed to confirm details and will also do a follow-up with the contact person to get feedback. Anti-Homophobia workshops are part of Equity education and as such all students are required to participate. Letters are not to be sent home for mandatory elements of curriculum. I must inform the participants that we are coming in to do an anti-homophobia workshop, and prepare them accordingly including answering any questions or concerns participants might have.