iGuy is a straight-to-the-point, lighthearted empowerment workshop that prepares students in grades 4-7 who identify as boys* to make smart decisions in even the toughest situations. We’ll challenge society’s definition of masculinity, unmask our secret identity, blow off some steam (in a healthy way), tackle online safety, and help build relationships we can feel proud of. In a style that makes sense to guys, Saleema Noon’s team takes the role of older brother, giving your son the skills and information needed to ace his teenage years.
i don’t need to be Superman
A superhero takes many forms. Let’s talk about what it really means to be a guy, krypnonite and all.
i am not my biceps
What you see in video games isn’t real life. Real power comes from within, and has nothing to do with muscles.
i express myself
Newsflash: Guys have feelings too! Let’s learn how to express them in a healthy way.
i get and give respect
Assertiveness isn’t weakness, and confidence isn’t arrogance. To deal with conflict in a way that works we need to know the difference.
i get the ‘net
From the G-rated to the X-rated and everything in between, smart decisions online put the ‘social’ back in ‘social media’.
i have healthy relationships
It’s true – honest communication, respecting boundaries, and understanding consent make us better friends, brothers, boyfriends, and sons.
Who: Boys in grades 4-7.
How long: Two parts of two hours each.
How many: Minimum 15 participants, maximum 30 participants.
What we need: Multipurpose Room, Library or Classroom and chairs for participants.
Cost: $350 plus gst for two hour program, $550 for 2 x 2 hour programs in a day).
For more information or bring an iGuy workshop to your school or group, contact Cath Blythe, Bookings Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org or 778-855-3009.
*Non-binary and gender creative students are also welcome. Please consult with facilitator prior to workshop.