On May 6th and 7th, 2018, join other California Community College students, faculty, staff, administrators, and public health advocates in Sacramento, California for a 2-Day workshop dedicated to making the entire CCC system 100% smoke and tobacco-free.
Earth Day is on Sunday, April 22nd and campuses across the state will be hosting events during the week of April 23-27 to raise awareness about the devastating consequences to our environment of tobacco growing, curing, and use. CYAN offers free support and resources to any college campus that would like to host an event and raise awareness on their campus. By registering with CYAN for Earth Day, campuses will receive: free tote bags to give to students on campus, free Event Turnkey Kit with event ideas and forms, free educational materials (posters) to post around campus, and free cigarette butt pickup event protocols and forms.
This webinar will equip Student Health Center staff with the appropriate resources to point students who wish to quit tobacco in the direction of tobacco treatment that is appropriate for them. The training will also include a look at the latest literature on what works to help Young Adults quit tobacco, as well as a review of the latest apps and texting programs that have proven effective with Young Adult populations.
The collaborative discussions in this workshop will provide participants an opportunity to learn about implementation and compliance strategies that are working well at other campuses across the state.