Carleton University and the Graduate Students’ Association are introducing a new Graduate Student Mental Health Peer Support pilot program.You can find out more about this program and other peer support initiatives on campus by coming to an Open House in the GSA Lounge (6th Floor, University Centre) on November 29 from 7 to 9 p.m.

The new program is a free, non-judgmental, confidential space for grad students to receive support from their peers within a drop-in setting.

The GSA is currently recruiting Grad Student Peer Support Volunteers. Applicants should be active listeners, be empathic/supportive, resourceful, non-judgmental, knowledge of the anti-oppression framework, be comfortable maintaining appropriate boundaries, work in a manner that protects student confidentiality and be able to participate in Peer Support Training (est. 10 hours).

The deadline to apply for a Peer Support Volunteer position is December 14, 2018.

For more information or to apply, please visit this website or email the Graduate Mental Health Peer Support Coordinator at .

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