Peer Led Programs
The GSC offers a variety of Peer Led Programs that cover the range of healthy sexuality, LGBTQA+ awareness and sexual violence prevention. Our programming comes in the form of panels, 1 hour workshops, 10 week discussion courses and a peer-to-peer mentoring program.
Coming Out Panels: A group of students, representing a range of different identities, come to tell their coming out stories and answer questions about their experiences.
Queer Peer Mentoring Program: Mentoring program for underclassmen who wish to be paired 1-on-1 with a sophomore, junior or senior who can help them navigate LGBTQA+ life at Carleton.
- FemSex: is a collaborative, student-facilitated, no-credit class seeks to engage participants in reading and discussions on female sexual health and sexuality.
- MSex: is a peer led, no credit course that seeks to engage male identified students in readings and class discussions on masculinity and sexuality.
- WeSex: is a collaborative, student-facilitated, no-credit class that seeks to engage participants in reading and discussions on sexual health and sexuality.
- TransSex: is a collaborative course seeks to engage participants in readings and discussion on diverse experiences of trans sexuality and sexual health
Please contact Tegra Straight (tstraight) with questions about the various Peer Led Programs ran out of the GSC.