Students and advisors from across the nation will gather in Denver to be inspired, share ideas, and build exceptional peer education programs and strategies in health, safety, and student leadership.
The BACCHUS Initiatives of NASPA General Assembly allows attendees to take advantage of a tremendous selection of learning opportunities including 90+ educational sessions, keynote speakers, and featured presentations from renowned speakers. We will also be offering pre-conference learning opportunities, including our Certified Peer Educator (CPE) Training for attendees.
There are many great opportunities for professionals and students throughout the conference. At General Assembly, peer educators gain new ideas and strategies for their programming and awareness events. Advisors learn how to make prevention efforts stronger on their campuses while supporting the students who make it happen. As a student peer educator you will be able to attend presentations from professionals and other peer groups on high-risk drinking prevention, sexual responsibility, mental health, violence prevention, tobacco prevention, or other health and safety issues.
All campuses are welcome to attend to learn from other institutions and to share successes. General Assembly is the culminating annual event of peer education efforts. It’s impossible to leave without new ideas, new ways of thinking, new information, and new friends. This conference is perfect to energize students, motivate advisors, and re-commit to making peer education and student health a campus priority.
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