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  • April 7, 2014 at 1:59 pm
  • The National Sex Ed Conference is the largest conference in the United States designed exclusively for sexuality educators. Sessions address sexuality education for all ages, in all types of settings, and are highly interactive and give participants materials they can replicate. The conference is hosted by The Center for Sex Education.


    Conference Dates and Location

    December 13-15, 2022
    Atlantic City, NJ


    NCSEC22 Will Be A Hybrid Conference!

    This year’s conference will have both online and in-person options. Both options include access to six keynotes and 25 or more pre-recorded webinars, and other online networking opportunities.

    The in-person event will be held at Resorts Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, NJ. Registration is limited to 300 people, keeping ourselves safe with social distancing. In-person registrants will have the same access as online registrants, plus live educational games, networking activities, special interest groups, watch parties, and more. Three of the keynote speakers will be in-person in Atlantic City. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided each day of the conference for in-person guests. You must be age 18 or older to register for the online conference, and age 21 or older to register for the in-person conference.

    Registration is open!

    Click the pink Register Now button or the image below to read essential information about registration.

    What Is the National Sex Ed Conference?

    The Center for Sex Education has been hosting an annual sex ed conference since 1985. What started as a one-day conference for New Jersey health educators has grown into the largest conference in the United States exclusively devoted to sexuality education. Participants attend from across the nation and many other parts of the world to network and learn best practices in sexuality education, addressing a spectrum of topics, audiences, and ages.

    So, Who Will Attend?

    Sexuality educators, health educators, professors, school teachers, nurses, counselors, case managers, social workers, therapists, and many more – including, hopefully, YOU!





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