The Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy’s 8th Annual Symposium is a two-day program, scheduled for April 15-16, 2019, at the DoubleTree by Hilton, in Austin, Texas, that will bring together hundreds of professionals from across the state to participate in high-quality and informative presentations and discussions with three goals in mind: to educate, enrich and inspire.
The Symposium theme – Forging Ahead: The Challenge of Change – will focus on ways to elevate our work while enabling us to become more informed, proactive and adaptable. We want to ensure that Texas teens have the support, knowledge and resources needed to make informed decisions about their health, families and futures.
The Texas Campaign’s Symposium seeks to provide a unique forum for bi-directional communication between issue experts and on-the-ground professionals regarding evidence-based information and research so that participants can lead change within their local communities.
Who Should Attend:
Social workers, counselors, researchers, educators, doctors, nurses and other clinicians, youth service professionals, graduate students, and other key program staff who help shape young minds.