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SFSI Seminars Presents Sex Education Career Panel

When: Tuesday, Feb 25th, 8-10pm
Where: Center for Sex and Culture (1349 Mission St, SF)

Featuring:
Charlie Glickman
Carol Queen
Jen Devine
SFSI’s own Yvonne Piper
and more!

This seminar’s goal is to present diverse perspectives on how sex education can play an integral and rewarding role in your career. Our panel will include sex educators working in the public sphere and on school campuses, a sex therapist, a nurse, and more. The panel’s speakers will share their words of wisdom and answer all of your pressing questions!


About SFSI Seminars:

Ever wanted to learn more about how to teach or work with a certain topic, but can’t find the right workshop? Sex educators, therapists, and health field professionals work with a constantly evolving body of knowledge. Join SFSI for a night of education on and exploration of a certain topic, led by a specialist in the field. Never stop learning!
Tix: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/581214

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