Want to promote health and wellness to the campus, gain leadership skills, meet new people and work with a team, facilitate workshops, focus on wellness, nutrition, alcohol, tobacco & other drugs, or sexual health, and much more? Apply to be a Peer Health Educator Today! Applications are available in the Student Wellness and Health Promotion Center (Student Center – G319) or on our website (Get Involved > Peer Health Educators). Applications due February 19th.
Annual “Pause for Cause” Social Media Contest
Take a Stand on Tobacco Impact on the Environment and create a short video. Details forthcoming.
The Directing Change Program & Film Contest is part of Each Mind Matters: California’s Mental Health Movement. The program offers young people the exciting opportunity to participate in the movement by creating 60-second films about suicide prevention and mental health that are used to support awareness, education and advocacy efforts on these topics. Learning objectives surrounding mental health and suicide prevention are integrated into the submission categories of the film contest, giving young people the opportunity to critically explore these topics. Program participants – whether they are making a film, acting as an adult advisor, or judging the films – are exposed to appropriate messaging about these topics, warning signs, how to appropriately respond to someone in distress, where to seek help, as well as how to stand up for others who are experiencing a mental health challenge. In addition, schools and organizations are offered free prevention programs and educational resources.
Intent to Direct Form due by January 15th to win additional prizes!
Film Submission Deadline: March 1st
5 Tenants of
- Take Pride
- Share Awareness
- Develop Healthy Habits
- Create Balance
- Inspire Community
A peer health educator initiative committed to educating Anteaters to LIVE, LOVE, and PARTY smart. We aim to help students succeed by working with them to explore and identify areas of growth in personal health and wellness.