Sign up for a FREE QPR (Question Persuade Refer) training!
Fri. Nov 9, 2012 from 10am-11:30am
Fri. Nov 16, 2012 from 4:00pm-5:30pm
Location: The Farber Fitness Room, Student Rec and Wellness Center (SRWC)
Email: Jane.Duong@csulb.edu to sign up.
Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among college students and we believe your participation plays a very significant role in creating that safety net to prevent suicide on our campus. We would like to offer QPR training to CSULB students, peer educators, student assistants, staff, and faculty. After your completion of QPR, you will be certified as a QPR Gatekeeper for 3 years; something distinct that you can add to your resume!
Express Yourself - Essay Contest
One $300 gift card to CSULB Bookstore
Two $100 gift card to CSULB Bookstore
***Deadline is Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 5pm***
Project OCEAN is looking for students to share a true story of how he/she overcame a challenging time or event in his/her life.
We need original, thoughtful, and provocative student voices to respond and expand on the following questions:
1) What was/were the challenge(s) you faced?
2) What were the things you did to cope with it? Who helped support you? What resources did you use?
3) Any personal strengths helped you overcome the challenge(s) faced?
4) Anything you learned about yourself through this trial?
5) What personal advice(s) would you like to share with someone who may be going through something similar?
1 Grand Prize: $300 CSULB Bookstore Gift Card
2 Runner Up Prizes: $100 CSULB Bookstore Gift Card
The deadline to turn in your essay is November 14th, 2012 at 5pm. Winners will be contacted and announced November 30th on:
Our Project OCEAN website: www.csulb.edu/ocean
Our Project OCEAN Facebook: www.facebook.com/CSULBProjectOCEAN
1. Write a meaningful well-written essay sharing your personal story. Have your thoughts organized, check for correct spelling and punctuation, use the standard 12-point font size with double-spacing, and make sure to keep your essay between 750 - 1500 words.
2. Include the following information on a separate page or in the body of your email and separate from the essay: Your full name, student ID #, email address, mailing address, phone number, major, and current year.
3. Email your essay and personal information to Jennifer.Young@csulb.edu
4. In the subject line, make sure to title it as: “Express Yourself Essay Contest”.
Please note that Project OCEAN and Counseling and Psychological Services at California State University, Long Beach cannot be held responsible for protecting your anonymity or following up on requests for services. Should you need urgent mental health services please contact 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) or call 911 for all emergencies.
*All materials submitted become the property of Project OCEAN. By submitting your work to us, you are giving Project OCEAN and its partners, affiliates and licensees the non-exclusive right to publish your work in any format, including all print, electronic and online media. Project OCEAN may edit or abridge your work at its sole discretion.
Check Yourself - Hosted by Project OCEAN
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Location: South West Terrace, USU
Come out for a free wellness screening, learn healthy coping skills, get information on promoting a healthy lifestyle, and keeping fit. There is going to be a live DJ and de-stressing activities: FREE Zumba lesson by Dalia Kamar at 12:30-1p, make-your-own button and stress ball, bubble wrap popping, finger painting, and a picture taking station. Come and 'Check Yourself' out at The Beach!
Student Services Festival
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Time: 11:30a -2pm
Location: Central Quad
Festival of the Arts
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Location: Southwest Terrace, USU
Week of Welcome-InfoRama
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Location: Beach Circle by CBA and the Horn Center
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Location: Central Quad Area
Send Silence Packing
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Location: Central Quad Area
Send Silence Packing is an exhibit of 1,100 backpacks representing the 1,100 college students lost to suicide each year. Active Minds Inc. continues to collect backpacks and personal stories from families and friends whose lives have been touched by suicide. By displaying backpacks with personal stories that put a face to statistics, Send Silence Packing carries the message that preventing suicide is not just about lowering numbers, but also about saving the lives of students, daughters, sons, brothers, sisters and friends across the nation. We each have a part to play. By learning more about college student suicide, speaking out, and changing the conversation about mental health from one dominated by stigma and ignorance to one of support and understanding, we can all save lives.
How you can participate:
If you would like to design a backpack on your own, or on behalf of your department, club, or organization to be displayed on the day of the event, please turn the backpack in to Brotman Hall 226 no later than Thursday, September 15, 2011 at 5pm.
How you can volunteer:
Need service hours?? We are also currently looking for volunteers on the day of the event. We have 2-hr shifts available, but it would be very wonderful if you are able to sign up for more than one shift. The hours are 8am-10am, 10am-12pm, 12pm-2pm, 2pm-4pm, and 4pm-6pm. Food and a t-shirt will be provided. We need volunteers to assist w/ set-up, take down, running the display, handing out flyers, educating students, recruiting students to view the display, and others things we may need help w/. If you would like to volunteer, please contact me via email at Jane.Duong@csulb.edu w/ the following information:
The name of your organization:
The shift(s) that you would like to work:
Into the Fire
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Location: Beach Auditorium
Into the Fire is an exploration of our returning vets with disabilities and combat related trauma and their stories as they integrate into their families, communities, educational institutions and the workforce. The actor/playwrights will recreate the stories of both male and female Veterans who have returned from Iraq, Afghanistan and Vietnam. The audience will meet people who will elicit a wide variety of emotional responses and thoughts designed to create awareness, empathy, and new ways to respond to veterans as they rejoin our workforce and communities. Stay until the end for raffle prizes and giveaways!
Live Your Life Day
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Location: Central Quad Area, where Commencement is held
In an effort to promote mental health on campus, we will be hosting our 2nd Annual Live Your Life Day, which will be centered around mental and physical wellness, de-stigmatizing disabilities and help-seeking, and encourage flourishing in all aspects of one's life. This day will feature a resource fair with on and off campus organizations, performances by clubs on campus, t-shirt and giveaways, a photo booth, a music lounge, yoga classes, and snack area.
Advisory Board Meeting
CAPS Conference Room
Please RSVP with Jane at Jane.Duong@csulb.edu