Applying Positive Community Norms
to Cultivate Healthy Cultures

July 11th-14th in Big Sky, Montana


Make your school, work, or community a safer & healthier place.


Positive Community Norms is aN evidence-based approach that can change behaviors and attitudes in schools, workplaces, and entire communities. 

The 2016 Institute will focus on the core science and practice of Positive Community Norms with instructive case studies, key implementation strategies, current research, and best practices to help you plan, expand, or sustain a PCN effort. Dr. Jeff Linkenbach, the founder of PCN, will lead an expert roster of speakers in delivering dynamic, interactive sessions on how to apply this framework to transform health and safety norms.

Spend the days being challenged and inspired by education and prevention leaders from the around the country. Then take advantage of Montana’s endless summer evenings to hike, fish, raft, visit Yellowstone National Park, or relax at the Big Sky Resort.

Who is the summer institute For?

  • Educators who want to change school or campus cultures around bullying, tardiness, alcohol use, social behaviors, and more.

  • Workplace safety professionals charged with reducing risks for employees and customers.

  • Health promotion leaders and coalitions working to impact rates of smoking, underage alcohol consumption, seatbelt use, vaccination, and countless other health and safety issues. 

Inspiring. Powerful. Transformative.
— How past participants have described the engaging presentations, deep discussions, and skill-building workshops of the Montana Summer Institute.

       This optional, one-day introduction to PCN is a great                   $199
refresher course and a must for newcomers

THE MONTANA SUMMER INSTITUTE                                             July 12-14, 2017
       Early Registration (through May 16th):                                               $649
       Late Registration (After May 16th):                                                      $799


**Fees cover registration, training materials, breakfast and lunch. 
Continuing Education Credits available.
Travel and lodging not included.

Please contact us with questions or for more information.