Conferences & Education

2024 ASNNA VIRTUAL Conference

 

 

ASNNA Virtual Conference will be held on March 14 & 15, 2024 from 11am-2pm EST via Zoom. This conference will be free for all ASNNA Members and will consist of various presentations and the opportunity for questions and answers. The conference theme will echo the in-person conference: “SNAP-Ed: From Promise to Practice.” 

2024 ASNNA Annual Conference

Presentations will be posted soon. 

2024 Conference Objectives

  • Promise: “Explore the promise of SNAP-Education to empower communities and foster nutrition security.”

  • Purpose: “Examine the purpose of SNAP-Education programming, highlighting its role and exploring ways continue to evaluate and increase its impact and reach.”

  • Practice: “Enhance the practice of SNAP Education through the exploration of innovative strategies, actionable steps, and tools, and encourage sustainable health behavior changes.

 

Training Opportunities

Going Online

Adapting SNAP-Ed Programs for COVID-19 Webinar Series

This series focuses on Adapting SNAP-Ed Programming for Virtual Delivery, Measuring and Evaluating Impact, and Collecting and Reporting Data.

A Primer on SNAP-Ed

The ASNNA Advocacy Committee and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics host a Virtual Congressional Briefing

On January 12, 2022, the Association of SNAP Nutrition Education Administrators (ASNNA) and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics hosted a congressional briefing for attendees to learn about the history of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed ) and how it helps low-income families live healthy lives through increasing food access, improving nutritional diet quality and promoting a healthy lifestyle. Community stakeholders join in to share about the importance of the program on the ground-level and the positive impact it has on the families and communities it serves.

Going Online

The Nuts & Bolts of Providing SNAP-Ed Programming Virtually Webinar

 

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