Cristina Jaimungal, External Commissioner
Recruiting Members for the Editorial Team
Grad Minds is recruiting dedicated and passionate students with a strong interest in mental health and wellbeing to join the editorial team. Members of the editorial team will work collaboratively with a diverse group of students, faculty, and community partners to contribute informative and thought-provoking content. Previous writing, editing, and/or design experience is an asset, but not required. Currently available positions and descriptions are listed below. Applicants are encouraged to apply for more than one position.
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As announced in the Weekly UTGSU Digest.
About the Committee
The Graduate Student Mental Health Committee represents the interests and concerns of the graduate student population at the University of Toronto.
Our main objectives currently include the following:
- Create an organized dialogue between students and administration about graduate student health, wellbeing and counseling needs
- Provide consultation and advice regarding mental health programming and service
- Advise the Union regarding insurance and budget issues that are impacted by student mental health
- Identify educational/informational needs and emerging issues of students regarding mental health
- Identify and address barriers related to seeking care and provide user feedback around accessibility and ease of use
- Organize and participate in campus-wide events related to mental health
- Promote mental health awareness and wellbeing for graduate students through awareness and anti-stigma campaigns
- Serve as a resource for graduate students seeking mental health care on campus or in the community through providing resources for self-referrals
If you are interested in getting involved with our committee or would like to express a concern about graduate mental health at the University of Toronto, please send us an e-mail at email@example.com.