Health Ambassador Meeting (Panel Presentation for Trending Health Topics) (Course # 22HE1104)

Date(s): 11/4/2022 
Time: 8:15 AM - 12:00 PM EST

Registration open through 11/1/2022 11:59 PM EST


28 seats currently available.



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Course Description

Health Ambassadors are teachers, school counselors, and school nurses that serve as advocates for health in their school district. These individuals meet to share ideas across school districts, learn about trending health topics, provide new ideas to the Kent ISD health team for future programming and collaborate to promote health initiatives at their local level. Kent ISD provides Health Ambassadors as a link between local community experts and resources for teachers to provide the most accurate information to students.

During the fall meeting, the hot topics to be addressed through panel discussion will be: 1) Human trafficking; 2) Opioid Substance Abuse & Misuse; 3) Reproductive Health Curriculum; and 4) Nutrition updates.

This is a virtual, live panel presentation and discussion with two offered SCECHs.


Amber Hubbell

Amber brings a dynamic background of international and domestic experiences in many arenas of health care and education. While earning a bachelors of science, she worked with early childhood centers, health clinics, and community empowerment organizations in East Africa; leading into her service as a Peace Corps Community Health Volunteer in South East Asia. Amber went on to complete her Master in Public Health-Health Promotion, while working in local school districts. Amber continues to work in her passions of health, education, and community service as a Health Education consultant at Kent Intermediate School District.

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Course: Hours - 2


*SCECH credit is pending approval.


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Grand Rapids, MI 49525

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