Live Webinars, Workshops, and Activities
Join one of our upcoming live events!
Each one is run by students and #ICANHELP’s award-winning trainers, so you’ll learn from multiple perspectives. Plus, all of our events are virtual, so you can participate from anywhere in the world. Topics include mental health and digital wellness, digital citizenship, online safety, and more! Get the latest tools and techniques along with digital downloads and other exclusive content.
Student Voices Webinar Series
Students are part of the solution! Attend our student voices webinars to hear directly from students about what they’re doing to tackle tough challenges like bullying, suicide prevention, and online safety and respect.
November Student Voices Webinar: Totally Thankful
People don’t give back to get recognition or praise, but it’s important to show friends, family, and peers how much we appreciate their hard work! Hear from students who are going the extra mile to say “thank you” and recognize their peers, teachers, and community members for the outstanding work they’re doing to help others. Get inspired for ways you can share gratitude and joy in your school, at home, and around your community.
December Student Voices Webinar: Grateful Giving
Year in reflection. Giving is the best way to spread joy! Hear how students are giving back to their communities and learn how you can do the same!
Live Training Workshops
Digital Wellness Training
Mental Health + Digital Wellness Training for Educators, Parents, and Student Leaders. This training will teach you how to help students thrive and find balance in our digital world. Key areas of focus are mental health and emotional support. Topics covered in the training include: Self-Care and Mindfulness, Stress, Anxiety, Depression and E-CPR (Emotionally-Connect, Partner, Respond)
Digital First Responder Training
Online Incident Response Training for Educators, Parents, and Student Leaders. This two-hour training session will teach educators and student leaders how to train and inspire students to take action when they see something harmful online or on social media. Topics covered in the training include: reporting inappropriate content; allyship; peer outreach and support; and safety and empowerment strategies and tools.