Join our Michigan Men programming and explore the impacts of masculinity on individuals, relationships, and communities. Through our group dialogue workshops, led by our student Peer Facilitator organization, you'll gain valuable skills for promoting wellness, building healthy relationships, and creating inclusive and empathetic communities. Our program is open to University of Michigan students and is designed to help you develop individualized wellness plans, acquire toolkits for preventing interpersonal violence, and foster supportive relationships.
Our voluntary well-being-promoting and harm-preventing workshops are 90 minutes and only available to University of Michigan undergraduate and graduate students. They are not designed for 1:1 sessions nor to be a part of any sanctioned or required referral process. Sign-ups for our workshops are included in the programs listed below. If you want additional information, please email email@example.com. We can't wait to work with you!
Eligibility: Michigan Men's programming focuses particularly on the societal expectations of masculine-identified people and the effects these have on masculine-identified individuals, relationships, and communities at large. All University of Michigan students are invited to partake in any programs offered, regardless of gender, sex, sexual orientation, physical ability, or any other identities.
Michigan Men Dialogue Workshops
Our 90-minute dialogue workshops orient participants to conversations around masculinity and social dynamics. They are not designed for 1:1 sessions nor to be a part of any sanctioned or required referral process.