Conference hopes to banish bullying

May 15, 2017 by  

The 7th National Anti-Bullying Summit is taking place in Peachtree City next month for two days. It is being hosted by Auburn University’s Office of Professional and Continuing Education and the Truman Pierce Institute.

The summit is aimed at educators, school counselors, mental health professionals and school safety officers who work with Pre-K to Grade 12 students. It will feature several guest speakers such as Judge Glenda Hatchett, Darrell Green, and Melissa Mercado who will be discussing such topics as intervention for cyber bullying, available anti-bullying programs, resources, and research into bullying. The Hero Awards will also be awarded.

Several exhibitor booths will be set up representing community groups, service organizations, and local businesses. Fees range from $199 up to $499 for those interested in participating; exhibitors will have the opportunity to place literature or samples in the information packet that all attendees will receive.

Peachtree City printing companies are often asked to provide promotional products to events such as this. These often include items such as pens, fridge magnets, and moneysaving coupons.

The National Anti-Bullying Summit will be held at the Wyndham Peachtree Hotel and Conference Center from June 22 to 23. Fees range in price for $145 per day for staff up to $325 for a two-day professional pass. For more information about this event, and about participating speakers, visit the official event website.

http://www.auburn.edu/outreach/opce/antibullying/

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