Work2BeWell, in partnership with Providence, provides free, clinically vetted mental health resources and curriculum modules to educators, students and parents through our digital platforms. Our Access Team assists with social media and content creation and discovers new partnerships through opportunities and engagement.
Through curriculum, conferences, mental health events and special trainings, Work2BeWell equips educators, teens and parents to take the Work2BeWell movement into their own communities. Our Education Team creates content for our social media, plans events and presentations and creates topics and questions for our podcast, Talk2BeWell.
Work2BeWell aims to activate students, educators and parents to focus on local change through awareness, advocacy and engagement. Our Activation Team mentors Work2BeWell school and club leaders, develops tools and resources for engagement and advocacy, builds community awareness and engages both educators and parents.
Team leaders will be expected to attend at least one virtual meeting a week. All council members will be expected to attend at least one virtual all team meeting a month, as well as an additional meeting with their smaller specialized team. Roughly 6-12 hours a month can be expected for this NSAC commitment, we expect responsiveness on email, joining virtual meetings, collaboration on a variety of tools and resources. Initiative, advocacy, time management, communication, commitment and being proactive are key traits to fit this role. Learn more of our expectation here.
Once joining the NSAC, students will receive training on mental health first aid, as well as leadership, project development and team building. This opportunity is for teens dedicated to breaking the stigma around mental health and making impactful change in their schools and beyond.
Supervision and support to this group will be provided by dedicated educators and mental health professionals.