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Student Mental Health Crisis - why?

Presented by DMAX Foundation at Online/Virtual Space

Apr 20 2022
Student Mental Health Crisis - why?

Why do we have a student mental health crisis and what can be done about it, focused on college students.

Our DMAX educational event on April 20, Student Mental Health Crisis:  Learn, Survive, Prevail will address the reasons behind the ongoing and worsening college student mental health crisis, and provide solutions to help college students thrive in the face of it.  Our keynote speaker, Dr. David Reetz is Director of Counseling and Psychological Services at Rochester Institute of Technology, a Past-President of the Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors and a

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ADMISSION INFO

Student General Admission (Main Program only 6;30-8;30) (free )

Individual General Admission (Non-Student) – Main Program only 6;30-8;30 ( $50.00 )

VIP Guest-Includes Networking Reception 5:30 and 6;30-8:30 Main Presentation( $75.00 )

Couple – VIP (includes networking reception) ( $150.00 )

Includes 2 tickets to networking at 5:30 and Main Program (6:30 – 8:30)

Gold VIP Individual Sponsor (includes networking reception) ( $250.00 )

Includes 4 tickets to networking at 5:30 PLUS Main Program (6:30 – 8:30)

Platinum VIP Individual Sponsor (includes networking reception) ( $500.00 )

Includes 8 tickets to networking at 5:30 PLUS Main Program (6:30 – 8:30)

Full page Ad ( $325.00 )

1/2 page Ad ( $250.00 )

1/4 page Ad ( $175.00 )

1/8 page Ad – Business Card ( $100.00 )

Contact: 610-527-2971

Email: lee@dmaxfoundation.org

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

Additional time info:

VIP Reception before event – 5:30 – 6:30

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

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