College Decisions and Mental Health: Community Conversations

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Add to Calendar 2021-04-27 00:00:00 2021-04-27 00:00:00 College Decisions and Mental Health: Community Conversations College acceptance season brings a range of emotions from joy and disappointment to anxiety and overwhelm, both for students and their families. The stressors of the current COVID pandemic, related economic hardship, and the nation's racial reckoning have intensified the pressure on high school seniors as they think about their next chapter and struggle to make "the right" college decision. Join our panel of experts to understand the impact of significant decisions on mental health and emotional well-being, develop strategies for coping during these transitions, and explore approaches to help high school students in their decision-making and preparation for college. Register here. Virtual Virtual noreply@air.org America/New_York public

College acceptance season brings a range of emotions from joy and disappointment to anxiety and overwhelm, both for students and their families. The stressors of the current COVID pandemic, related economic hardship, and the nation's racial reckoning have intensified the pressure on high school seniors as they think about their next chapter and struggle to make "the right" college decision. Join our panel of experts to understand the impact of significant decisions on mental health and emotional well-being, develop strategies for coping during these transitions, and explore approaches to help high school students in their decision-making and preparation for college. Register here.


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