Information for Tar Wars Presenters
You can make a difference in the health of your community by educating as many children as possible about the harmful effects of tobacco use.
Family physicians, family medicine residents and medical students, school nurses and nurse practitioners, physician assistants, other health care providers, dental hygienists, health education professionals, community leaders, and even parents can present Tar Wars. You don't need special training or a specific background to get involved. Your volunteer efforts and enthusiasm are key elements in the success of the program.
Become a Tar Wars Presenter
Complete the Online Form
Apply to volunteer as a Tar Wars presenter in your area.
Contact Your State/Regional Coordinator
Find state and regional Tar Wars presenters in your area.
Prepare for Your Tar Wars Presentation
Tar Wars Program Guide(www.tarwars.org)
Use any of the 14 activities in the guide for your presentation. Find tips and a quick guide for presenters on pages three and four.
Tar Wars Presentation(37 page PPT)
Use these PowerPoint slides for your presentation.
Tar Wars in the Doctor's Office(2 page PDF)
Use this fun and informational word search activity to educate students and their families about the harmful effects of tobacco use.
Information for Parents(1 page PDF)
A handout about the Tar Wars presentation for children to take home and share with their parents.
Spanish Language Resources
Tar Wars in the Doctor's Office (Spanish)(2 page PDF)
Use this fun and informational word search activity to educate your Spanish speaking students and their families about the harmful effects of tobacco use.
After Your Presentation
Feedback Form for Presenters
Please complete this quick, easy online questionnaire to provide feedback about your experience as a presenter.
"I have been a presenter for 12 years and intend to continue presenting Tar Wars to students. It has been a lot of fun. Tar Wars is a program that I believe can and has made a difference in our school children who have attended the presentation."
— Deborah F. Miller, MD, FAAFP