Frequently asked Questions about HH Education Events


What does HH Education Events do?

HH Education Events provides quality in-service for educators and others on unique and up to date topics at no cost to the participants.


How long has HH Education Events been doing this?

6 years

What are some of the events and topics that have been discussed and investigated during the past 6 years?

The Impact of Mental Health in Schools—ADHA/Medicating Children/Suicide/Anxiety/Depression

The Annual School Safety Summit

The Impact of Social Media on Children

How Prepared are Students for the World after High School

Legal Issues Presented by Bernie Hoffman

How can these events be held at no cost to the participants?

One of the goals is to “Build Partnerships for Student Success”. Over the years businesses and organizations have seen the benefits of partnering with educators and schools and have been very generous in helping to support these events.

Who are some of the partners?

Geneva College, Beaver Falls PA

Slippery Rock University

Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA

Youngstown State University

Clark’s Studio, New Castle, PA

First Choice Federal Credit Union, Lawrence County, PA

Pittsburgh Technical College

HIBster/HIBstervention/Onspire/eSAP, Johnstown, PA

Andrews & Price Law Firm Pittsburgh, PA

Milton Hershey School


Computer Reach, Pittsburgh, PA

Intermediate Units 4, 5 and 27


What has made the events successful and popular with those who have attended?

The events focus on current topics that are unique and have a high level of interest. The presenters have consistently been rated as excellent by more than 90% of the participants. The events are designed to have as much participant participation as possible. Focus Groups made up of students, parents, educators and community leaders in combination with ALL STAR PANELS have been a successful and a well- received component of the events.

What have been some unexpected outcomes from organizing these events?

Since the events have been attracting participants from a wide geographic area (the event: The Impact of Social Media on Children, had districts/organizations from 20 counties in western Pennsylvania with 50 school districts represented) it has created an environment of interactions with a wide range of suggestions and ideas from and for those who have participated. It also has provided the opportunity for those supporting the event to share how they are able to contribute to making students and staff more successful. This has been made possible because the cost of supporting has been reasonable. A number of supporters have expressed appreciation for the opportunity to network and the time to share and be a part of the event (the supporters understand how much time and money it would take to individually visit all of the school districts represented).

If I want to be a supporter of an event or know someone who does who should I contact for more information?

Contact Dr. Herbert W. Hunt at or 724-494-0968

If I want to be considered as a presenter or to be involved in a future event who should I contact?

Contact Dr. Herbert W. Hunt at or 724-494-0968

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