IF you know any college student with diabetes; please make sure they know about this incredible weekend. May 31-June 2nd —-get to the event in Tampa and $85 COVERS EVERYTHING. Open to anyone 18-30.
BUT YOU/THEY MUST REGISTER BY MAY 15th!!!!!!
Calling all College Students and Young Adults living with Type 1 diabetes! Nicole Johnson, Students with Diabetes Founder and Miss America 1999, invites you to the 2013 Students With Diabetes National Conference.
It is an amazing weekend of fun, inspiration and education specifically designed for you and your Type 3′s. We’ll be going to the beach, enjoying some amazing water activities and you never know what else Nicole may have planned for you. Don’t miss this exciting time of networking, learning more about your diabetes reality and building friendships that will last a lifetime.
Register now and join us for a great time on the water in Tampa, Florida.
LEARN MORE TODAY BY CLICKING HERE.
Ms. Johnson, led by her own personal and incredible journey with diabetes, created this incredible group. The dream of the organization began with the diagnosis of a college student at USF in 1993. That college student was told to drop out of school, give up on her career dreams and live a predictable [boring] life.
That student was Nicole Johnson.
Today, Nicole is the Executive Director of Bringing Science Home. (And she was also Miss America 1999.) Students With Diabetes is devoted to understanding the challenges facing students and young adults and strategizing ways to meet those challenges, allowing them to succeed. The goal of Students With Diabetes is to grow into nationwide organization offering membership to students and young adults across the country. It is imperative that students and young adults living with diabetes have the opportunity to connect with others like them and to learn about how to address diabetes in real life. For us, this is the starting point for a successful adult life with diabetes – something all students and young adults deserve.
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