Female Safety & College Prep Workshop
- Campus & Personal Safety
- Health & Wellness
- Personal Finance
- Stress Management
- Anti-Hazing Prep
- Parent Contact
- Rapport with Professors
- Social Media
- Campus Resources
* Over 20% of females are sexually assaulted or face attempted sexual assault during their time in college.
WORKSHOPS ARE FACILITATED BY CHRIS BIANCHI AND PAM CONNOLLY
Chris Bianchi is a former college education professor, college coach and college advisor. Chris instructed and directed the “Intro to College Life” course for incoming freshman while at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. He has also provided this workshop for Game Changer Solutions since 2015. For almost 2 decades he has assisted students with their high school to college transition. Chris has been a keynote speaker for educators and students across the country. He is also a former team leader and teacher in the Pittsford Central School District. In 2008 he also became a certified college coordinator/trainer for one of the most nationally recognized college prep programs in the past 30 years (AVID). Chris has been the Director of Academic Enrichment for Game Changer Solutions since 2013.
“The key is to have this critical information BEFORE you arrive on campus. Some of this information could potentially save lives and will enhance their educational experience. Many students contact me after their first year of college and are amazed on the accuracy of our workshops!” - Chris Bianchi
After working with hundreds and hundreds of incoming college freshman, Pam Connolly understands the needs of new college students. Pam is the owner of “Healthy Opportunities” and has worked with schools, organizations and individuals to provide wellness and character education training. She is a graduate of the University of Colorado with a Master’s Degree in Physical Education from the University Northern Iowa. Pam holds a Health Coaching Certification and also certifies K-12 teachers for licensure renewal. She was a college advisor and professor at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville for 15 years and during four of those years was also the head women’s soccer coach. Besides providing workshops, she is an active marathoner, triathlete, yoga/fitness instructor, running coach and personal trainer. Pam is a mother of four with a son and daughter currently in college.