This student-run group represents the university’s strategic goal number 7: Become a model well-being university that allows all of its members to thrive. The Well-Being Team contributes toward a well-being culture on campus through programming and peer-led workshops. Follow us on social media to stay up-to-date with all of our events!
Attitude of Gratitude
Join us to discover all the hidden rays of sunshine that keep you going when times get rough. We will practice scientifically proven methods to increase your level of gratitude and your overall well-being!
The Matter of Mindfulness
Are you mindful or mind-full? Do you often find yourself going through your day and not remembering how you spent it? Try some mindfulness practices with us and learn more about how mindfulness can be used to better focus in class, improve relationships, and combat stress.
Practicing self-love and developing healthy relationships are fundamental components to boosting well-being. This workshop offers conversation around the different ways students can foster a self-compassionate attitude while also cultivating nourishing relationships with others.
Power of Positivity
Sometimes the positive is hidden in plain sight. You don’t have to imagine it, all you have to do look for it! Join us as we use our magnifying glasses to train our eyes to look for the positive side of things and learn how being more positive can increase your overall wellbeing and productivity!
We all know the benefits of healthy eating, exercise, and a good night’s sleep, but how often do we put theory into practice? Join us in learning practical tips that will help you integrate physical self-care into your everyday schedule.
If you are interested in having the Well-Being Team facilitate a workshop with your group or organization, fill out this form and we will be in contact!
We are a group of students who help represent Mason’s strategic goal of becoming a model well-being university that allows all of its members to thrive. We towards creating a well-being culture on campus through various pathways such as programming, facilitating peer-led workshops on well-being topics, and partnering with other Mason departments that promote the well-being of students.
If you are in need of psychological support, you can contact:
- Counseling and Psychological Services: http://caps.gmu.edu/
- Student Support and Advocacy Center: https://ssac.gmu.edu/
If you’re looking to engage in healthful behaviors, reach out to the folks at:
- Mason Recreation: https://recreation.gmu.edu/
- Mason Dining Services Health and Wellness: https://gmu.sodexomyway.com/health/index.html
- Student Health Services: http://shs.gmu.edu/
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Our Open Opportunities
The Well-Being Team will be seeking applicants for the 2020-2021 academic year starting in February 2020. For more information, please reach out to the Well-Being Team email@example.com.
Responsibilities for all WBT Leaders
- Facilitate workshops as needed
- Work together to ideate for events
- Work with/mentor well-being street team members
- Lead street team breakout committees, work with team members within domain of responsibility
- Continue to learn about well-being science and well-being initiatives at Mason
- Must be available for ALL Student Involvement student leader training sessions: Summer training occurs the week before classes start and Winter retreat the Friday before classes begin.
- Must be available to serve on the volunteer student leader during the Preamble
- Must be able to attend weekly lead team weekly meetings and street team meetings.
- Must be a currently enrolled undergraduate student and remain enrolled throughout the duration of the contract.
- Must be available to work at programming initiatives including but not limited to Well-Being Day, Destress Fest, Marketing Promotions and University traditions such as The Preamble and Welcome Week.
- Must have established a 2.5 GPA or better and maintained throughout time in position (preferred).
- Must be in good academic and disciplinary standing.
- Must have a sincere desire to help create a well-being culture within the Mason community.