Join a Health & Wellness Committee for the 2022-2023 Academic Year – Ithaca College

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Get Involved with Health and Wellness Work for the 2022-2023 Academic Year
Hello Ithaca College Community! I am writing today to share some information about workgroups and committees that are working on health and wellness initiatives for the university in the 2022-2023 academic year. I hope that you will consider checking out the goals of the workgroups below – and consider getting involved with one of these workgroups or committees starting in Late August/September 2022!

Mission: The mission of the AOD Prevention Team is to reduce substance use and related harm among Ithaca College students in order to maximize student health, safety, learning, and success. Toward this goal, the AOD Team membership works in an interdisciplinary and collaborative manner to create policies, practices, and programs that align with best practices.
2022 – 2023: Workgroups and Identified Goals
Time Commitment: 1 to 3 hours/week (biweekly full team meetings with 30-minute workgroup time built into meetings, 1-2 hours of outside work or ongoing learning opportunities)  

Mission: The JED Campus Coalition is a campus-wide team working to improve mental wellness and suicide prevention. This team is working with the national JED Foundation to implement best practices which allow our campus to assess and enhance the work already being done, as well as foster positive, systemic change both on campus and in the greater community.
2022 – 2023 Subcommittees:

Mission: The Wellness Leadership Council works as a campus-wide team that aims to create sustainable systems and infrastructures that support the holistic well-being of the campus community, specifically students, staff and faculty.
2022-2023 Goals:
Time Commitment: 1 to 3 hours/week (weekly workgroup meetings, monthly full team meetings, 1-2 hours of outside work or ongoing learning opportunities)  


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