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NEA-NH Professional Development Opportunities

Upcoming Events Listing

A Mindful Way to Befriend Your Nervous System

Jumpstart your summer! You are invited to join us for A Mindful Way to Befriend Your Nervous System for School Employees on May 26, 2022 on Zoom, from 4:30-6:30PM for all school employees.

In this experiential workshop led by Esther Brandon, Owner of Esther Brandon Well-Being Life Coaching and Consulting, you will be introduced to mindfulness awareness practices and current neuroscience resources to “befriend your nervous system.”

Member price: $15; non-member price $75. The registration deadline is May 24 at midnight.

Don’t miss this supportive event!

Registration link open until midnight May 24

Upcoming Events


Ongoing Opportunities

Gathering to Nurture Your Personal Resilience 

The focus of the gathering will be exploring how the we can build  community among educators during the pandemic and after. 

All members are welcome to come explore strategies for nurturing their personal resilience and to support other educators on the second Tuesday of each month at 7PM on Zoom.

If you are interested in attending this informal gathering, please email Irv Richardson at irichardson@nhnea.org.

Explore NEA Micro Credentials

You’re invited to take over 100 NEA Microcredentials, available online to members, to complete at your convenience for no additional cost!

Click here to find out more.

 

 

 

 

 

Resource Center

NEA-NH Professional Developing Lending Library

We host a professional library of books and films on education and mental health topics that you can borrow for two weeks at a time. 

Contact Ally Snyder for details.

 

Virtual Vendor Hall Bringing Our Trusted Partners to You

Visit our Virtual Vendor Hall to see offerings and services provided by our trusted vendors and partners.

 

 

Mental Health Resources for NEA-NH Members

Feel like you’re at the end of your rope and your grip is slipping? You’re stressed, exhausted and may need some support or someone to talk to other than your spouse or colleagues who are equally spent.

You have numerous resources available at your fingertips providing help for your mental health.

About us

WHAT DO WE DO ?

Great educators create great public schools. NEA and NEA-NH provides the training, tools, and community support for educators to engage students, nurture justice, and excel in their profession. We provide resources for all education professionals, in all settings. Because we’re there, too. 

At every stage of your career, NEA and NEA-NH help you grow into your passion and be a leader for your students. We provide cutting-edge resources from education experts on the skills and topics educators need to join, stay in, and advance our profession. 

WHO ARE WE ?

Irv Richardson – NEA-NH Public Education and School Support Coordinator

irichardson@nhnea.org

Ally Snyder – NEA-NH Public Education and School Support Assistant

asnyder@nhnea.org