Each continuing education session will be hosted via zoom. Participants are highly encouraged to attend each session continuing education session since the topics and presenters are going to be different each time. Active participation is highly encourcaged.
All times are listed in Eastern Standard Time (EST).
February 16, 2023 at 1 PM EST
March 16, 2023 at 2 PM EST
April 11, 2023 at 2:30 PM EST
May 2, 2023 at 3 PM EST
Join us for our February Continuing Education Session where you will learn about the strategies to cultivate a sustainable mentorship relationship!
As a peer education advisor, having access to mentorship, whether as a mentor or mentee, allows for you to continue to grow as a professional, and learn lessons along the way. Our February continuing education session will be facilitated by Dr. Shawnte' Elbert, and she will be discussing what mentorship is, and the ways to establish and sustain a mentorship relationship, along with why mentorship is important to the advancement of our field.
Join us for our March Continuing Education Session where you how to support people along the substance use continuum.
This session focus on how to support people along the substance use continuum. We will discuss historical information in the field of addiction medicine, explore the recovery identity on campus, and discuss ways to cultivate a recovery friendly campus.
Join us for our April Continuing Education Session where you can utilize faculty members as a sounding board to those questions or ideas you may have.
Bring your brainstorm ideas or questions, written objectives, and program outlines for consultation. The faculty will be hosting small groups and one-on-one time to review your materials and provide feedback. This is an opportunity to utilize faculty members as a sounding board to those questions or ideas you may have.
Join us for our April Continuing Education Session where we will discuss how to communicate the value of peer education.
Advisors can use the data the collect about their peer education programs and their annual reporting process to advocate for the importance of peer education on their campus. This session will discuss why and how to share the information collected in creative ways with a variety of stakeholders - administrators, the peer educators, and the campus community - to communicate the value of peer education.
Registration rates for the NASPA Peer Education Advisors Continuing Education Sessions are based on NASPA individual membership status. Check out our Membership page to learn more about the benefits of membership, and how to sign up!
|Non-Member Rate||$39 per session or $100 for the package of all 4 sessions|
Register for each session individually: