You’re invited: Young, Gifted & Well 2019 at Harvard University

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How can we better support wellness through policy and practice as a community? The Steve Fund is excited to partner with Harvard University on a day-long convening—April 16, 2019, with leading researchers, practitioners, administrators, faculty and students who will come together to understand mental and emotional health experiences of young people of color within Harvard University. This community event is hosted by The Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard Office of the President and Provost and The Steve Fund.

The day will also feature a #ConsciousHarvard traveling board—an interactive board for public spaces to create action-focused dialogue about diversity, inclusion, equity and belonging at Harvard, as well as a Self-Care Room featuring coloring sheets, drop-in meditation, mats and pillows for quiet respite, recommended Mindset apps and podcasts, stress balls, and more.

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Additionally, we invite participants to get engaged in the discussion using hashtag #YoungGiftedWell2019 and #SteveFundHarvard via Twitter.

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