College Lifestyles (TM) is a nutrition, lifestyle, and etiquette firm devoted to savvy co-eds and sorority ladies! Combining the intellectual teachings of nutrition, lifestyle, and etiquette; with the zest and sass of our Executive Director; College Lifestyles (TM) offers real-life, reality-filled, oh-so-true programs and workshops!
Please email us for our Collegiate Speaking Packet. Our packet includes testimonials, where Shelly has spoken, and descriptions of topics below.
College Lifestyles ™ offers programs to universities and sororities on:
Eat Well and Be Fabulous: A Guide to Preventing the Freshman 15.
Not your traditional, bland nutrition talk, this is a trend-setting guide for all college students who want to feel and look sensational. Snubbing the ‘Fun-Vacuums,’ dreadful rules of counting calories, avoiding foods, weighing weekly, and scare tactics, Eat Well and Be Fabulous divulges the simple, savvy fashion of eating for zest. Learn to ‘shine from the inside out!’
A College Students Guide to Energy!
Dragging to class? Discussion will revolve around the foods for brain power, energy, and mood. Learn the top 10 foods to always have in your residence hall room or apartment that will give you the energy to live college to its fullest!
The Chapter Protocol – Bring Class, Grace, and Poise Back to our Chapters. (2 hour or 4 hour workshop)
Protocol is defined as the accepted or established code of procedure or behavior in any group, organization, or situation. Looking back at not only our founding members, but from our past chapter materials, we embraced protocol. ‘Bad Facebook post,’ ‘diva-tude,’ ‘constant texting during meetings‘ did not exist. The Chapter Protocol not only takes a time travel and discuss the protocol, poise, and class which embraced all of our founding members and organizations, but will teach how to incorporate these exact traditions through member programming in the 21st century. The Chapter Protocol discuss and educates the protocol of being a classy Greek brother or sister – polish, poise, and manners; and the importance of how our reputation will be perceived by our own members, the Greek Community, alumnae, and the community.
Where Have All the Ladies Gone? How to Be a Classy Sorority Lady!
With our ‘Grab-and-go’ meals and ‘Life by our Blackberry’, we sometimes lose track of proper etiquette. The added responsibility as a student to attend campus networking events, alumnae celebrations, and conferences; we may panic on which fork to use and a proper thank you letter. This is not your ‘moms’ etiquette class of placing a napkin on our laps! Discover 21st century ‘Modern-Day’ etiquette covering the essentials of networking, conversational, technology, and virtual etiquette.
Where Has All the Sisterhood Gone? (keynote OR 2 hour retreat) – Shelly’s Favorite! Be sure to bring kleen-ex!
Business meetings, mandatory events, and ‘diva-like behavior.’ Missing something? How about sisterhood. With ‘new member and chapter member drop-outs’ and ‘chapter slumps’ more and more prevalent; chapters tend to create boring mandatory events in lieu of values-based sisterhood events. Learn how to retain our sisters by creating an engaged chapter with a focus on a sisterhood, values based practices.
From Intern to Career. (Shelly’s newest program. Note – this program is not listed on our one-sheet).
As the Executive Director/CEO of College Lifestyles, Shelly has worked with over 60 interns. From before day 1 on the internship to graduation; Shelly works day in and day out driving interns on the first path to reach their career goals. Please note, this is NOT a boring ‘dream it and believe it’ or ‘how to find an internship’ presentation. This is a presentation focused on exactly what to do in an internship to leave a lasting positive legacy of high work ethic and professionalism with the organization, as well as how use your internship to build your specific career path.
For more information on our programs, please contact Shelly Marie Redmond at email@example.com or call at 318.426.0987.
You will be emailed a packet within 24 hours of your request.
NOTE: If you are a high school or professional organization, please directly visit Shelly Marie Redmond’s website at www.shellymarierd.com.
Thanks! I’m so glad you came to UF, we’ve been telling everyone how fabulous you are since SEPC last year!
~Kristen Postgate, Delta Zeta, University of Florida