- Apr 11 - 13 2022
TimeAll times are MDT. Pre-Conference is April 11, 2022
- All Day
Community Event: 2022 Idaho Prevention and Support Conference
The 28th Idaho Prevention and Support Conference (IPSC) is scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday April 12-13, 2022 as an in-person event with a virtual track option for those who can’t join us in-person. IPSC will be meeting in Boise, ID at the Boise Centre on the Grove. The IPSC focuses on innovation, best practices, collective problem-solving and motivation to most effectively address youth risk behaviors, foster optimal health, and cultivate academic success for Idaho students.
This statewide conference provides professional development for K-12 school personnel (teachers, counselors, administrators, school resources officers (SROs), school nurses, etc…), education stakeholders, youth development practitioners, community coalitions, law enforcement, juvenile justice, child welfare professionals, and advocates for youth and parents. Through inspiring keynotes, interactive sessions and networking opportunities, attendees will strengthen their ability to cultivate supportive school and community climates for youth.
This year’s opening keynote speaker is Kristin Geez and our closing keynote is Roberto Rivera.
Pre-Conference – April 11: If you are participating in an in-person pre-conference session, please add that to your registration so we can track audience size and food service options for those attending full day sessions. Pre-conference sessions are offered for free, but their capacity is limited. Some pre-conference sessions are only available to specific groups. Pre-conferences are only in-person.
In-Person, Full Conference – April12-13: Register for the full conference to participate in both days of the conference in-person. This registration also gives you access to recorded sessions from both days after the event. We will create a waitlist for these tickets in case of cancellations.
In-Person, One-Day Only: Register for one day of the conference if you are restricted to only attending one day in-person. We acknowledge that April 13th is a statewide testing day for 11th grade and may take folks away from attending in person. This registration also gives you access to recorded sessions from both days after the event.
Virtual: Register for virtual attendance if you suspect that you will not be able to attend in-person. Our virtual conference track will feature sessions from the conference at large, but presented exclusively to the virtual audience to maximize your experience as an audience member. Also included in the virtual registration are streamed/recorded general sessions, including the keynote speakers. Virtual registration covers both days of the event and recorded sessions may be reviewed asynchronously.