Spring into Well-being – The Encouragement Wall (Back on 4/26)
Posted: April 26, 2016 at 9:00 am, Last Updated: April 20, 2016 at 12:31 pm
Date(s) - 26/04/2016
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
JC North Plaza
Offered by Mason CARES and The Roosevelt Institute. The Encouragement Wall is a creation of The Roosevelt Institute, a student think tank at George Mason University. The wall is a freestanding piece of interactive art and call to action (inspired by The Courage Wall done by artist Nancy Belmont). It is a symbol and tangible display of a community’s genuine desire to promote mental well-being. It gives students an opportunity to actively help encourage one another by writing anonymous encouragement in a public space. Mental illness is something that every college student struggles with-whether it is diagnosed or not. Anxiety, stress, and depression are all issues we should be aware of. By increasing awareness we can combat the problem and create a more uplifting and encouraging culture. #RooEncouragement
Come join us at the event and chalk up encouraging messages on our giant board for display!
About the Roosevelt Institute: Roosevelt @ Mason is a part of the nation’s largest network of emerging doers and thinkers—young people who are committed to reimagining and rewriting the rules in their communities. The members are organized on 120 campuses in 38 states nationwide, from Ivy League universities to community colleges, partnering with policy makers and communicators to provide them with clear principled ideas and visionary, actionable plans.
Mason CARES will be stationing on site from 12 pm – 2 pm.