Experts from the I, Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) and the Immigrant Legal Defense (ILD) will share more the about the Supreme Court decision, its impact on DACA recipients, next steps recipients can take in light of the decision, and resources available for DACA recipients including students, faculty and staff at higher education institutions and […]
An hour-long discussion about Student Wellness Ambassador success strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic. This discussion provided participants an opportunity to share resources, responses, and strategies that Student Wellness Ambassadors can use to reach the CCC student body in a time of social distancing. Key concepts discussed included Whole Health Coaching, theories of Resilience and Post-Traumatic […]
They are App Ambassadors for the suite of mental health apps developed by the Department of Veterans Affairs and its partners. These interactive mobile applications provide information, tools, assessments and support resources for people and families managing stress, anxiety, sleep disturbance, substance use and PTSD. The apps are designed to be accessible to people with […]
Following COVID-19 shelter in place directives, the Nod app was rapidly to provide tips, tools and prompts to help students maintain relationships while staying safe and adhering to public health precautions. Using all of the same positive psychology and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques, the goal is to get the world connecting despite the challenges […]
Pediatrician Dr. Dayna Long and family medicine physician Dr. Erika Roshanravan share the benefits of providing trauma-informed care via telehealth and practices that primary care and behavioral health providers can use to build and strengthen connections to patients and improve their care. Lisa James from Futures Without Violence shares resources providers can offer to patients […]
How does that financial stress impact students’ studies, and what should educators know about these financial realities? On this podcast, two students facing these challenges share their experience as part of the series about how COVID-19 is impacting education.
The Transitions to Adulthood Center for Research hosted a webinar that describes methods to help support college students with mental health conditions who have been affected by disruptions in school due to COVID-19. This webinar is for providers who currently provide supported education services or who support college students on campus in the Office of […]
Recenter during these uncertain times with a free short meditation.
The Education Leads Home campaign has established a goal of a 60% postsecondary attainment rate for youth experiencing homelessness by 2034. Identifying these students is the first step in helping them complete their postsecondary education. From this webinar, participants will: Hear from 3 institutions around the country about their processes for identifying students experiencing homelessness […]
Case managers are often the first point of contact with college students in crises or distress, providing essential support for students in a time of need. This webinar will examine how case managers can be more intentional when working specifically with students experiencing homelessness. In this presentation, participants will: Learn about general best practices for […]