Are you part of a student organization on campus? Want to be trained on how to talk about mental health and incorporate mental health promoting practices into your group? Then apply to be a Mental Health Ambassador!
Each year students are invited to apply and are selected for a one-year position to provide undergraduate and graduate student perspectives on CMHC services and programs. Apply to the 2022-23 CMHC Student Advisory Committee.
The Longhorn SHARE Project is a mental health peer support program in which peer SHARE Support Specialists facilitate supportive communities around shared experiences, engage in drop-in support conversations, lead storytelling circles in student orgs and classrooms, and more. Their goal is to co-create non-clinical, non-hierarchical spaces for peers to experience mutual validation, growth, and genuine connection. Support Specialist recruitment occurs annually in October. Learn more on the SHARE website!
The goal of the Longhorn Wellness Peer Educator program is to actively engage students in building necessary skills to be effective health promotion leaders on campus. Longhorn Wellness Peer Educators work to empower fellow students to make well-informed decisions about their wellbeing and positively influence a healthy campus culture.
Applications for the 2021-2022 cohort of Longhorn Wellness Peer Educators are due Monday, March 8 at 8pm.