Online Lessons: Updated and Improved

The National Campaign's free online lessons, Preventing Unplanned Pregnancy and Completing College, have been updated to include new and improved content!

There are two major changes. First, we expanded the information about "not right now" (see image above). And, second, we have added some new content about one of the long-acting methods of birth control.

If you’re looking for a reason to use the online lessons, check out this blog post from a college student, and this one from a faculty member at Miami Dade College who has used them.

You can visit the faculty page to access the online lessons and check out the updates. If you would like to learn more or receive a demonstration of the online lessons, sign up for a free webinar by emailing Chelsey Connolly, Senior Manager of College Initiatives, at cconnolly@thenc.org.

Authored by: Chelsey Connolly

Chelsey Connolly is the Senior Manager of College Initiatives at The National Campaign. She is responsible for fostering relationships with college faculty and administrators and working with them to help students achieve their educational goals by preventing unplanned pregnancy. She also supports the development of materials, such as the online lessons, Preventing Unplanned Pregnancy and Completing College. In December 2012 she co-authored a report published by the American Association of Community Colleges, titled Make It Personal: How Pregnancy Planning and Prevention Help Students Complete College, about its project with the Campaign to incorporate the topic of preventing unplanned pregnancy into academic courses.

Since joining the Campaign in 2007, Chelsey has worked in several departments including State and Local Action, the Latino Initiative, and Public Policy. She also managed a federal grant to give teens information about how to have healthy relationships, through which she helped create the award-winning online games, My Paper Boyfriend and My Paper Girlfriend on StayTeen.org.

Chelsey earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations and a minor in Marketing at Georgia Southern University. She lives in Alexandria, VA with her husband, daughter, and rescue dog.

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I would love this.. We are looking for a way to improve access for teens to our clinic and this may be helpful!