About Healthy Campus Conversations

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You are invited . . . . . . . to  join us for conversations about healthy living!

College is a transitional time and focus on well-being is often overshadowed by school work and many students describe being overwhelmed by all the newness and pressures. In the fall of 2012 Selkirk College embarked on a pilot program on healthy eating and living. With funding provided by a provincial organization called Healthy Minds/ Healthy Campuses  we  cooked, ate together and explored what it means to stay well while being a college student.

And then, in Januray 2014, with funding from Columbia Basin Trust Youth Grants http://www.cbt.org/  we started Dinner Basket Conversations where groups can cook and eat a meal together and have a facilitated discussion that explores experiences and values around substance use.

<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/119799820″>Dinner Basket Conversations- Selkirk College</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/user15091644″>Bryan Webb Design</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

Building a culture of  belonging and well-being,  one conversation at a time.

Now, we are delighted to invite the post-secondary communities around B.C. to join the conversation.

Send us your reflections, articles, recipes, videos and suggestions on how to stay balanced and healthy as a student!

e-mail rhiggins@selkirk.ca 

 

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Healthy Minds/Healthy Campuses – A community of practice to promote campus mental health.

7 responses to “About Healthy Campus Conversations

  1. Always good times at dinner club!!! Best activity out there!!
    Get the chance to cook great food with great people!!!

    It should continue for second semester!!

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