Supporting Colleges' and Universities' Mental Health Efforts During COVID-19
Students report significantly greater mental health issues as the impacts of COVID-19 continue to wear on. Institutional leaders now face the downstream challenges, right alongside physical health and academic continuity. Ongoing school closures and future physical distancing requirements have forced institutions of higher education to rapidly pivot the ways in which they support their students.
In response, we’ve adapted our population-level course, Mental Well-being for Students by EVERFI, to better meet the needs of students right now. In addition, we’re launching a unique opportunity to participate in a cohort of institutions who will deploy the course to their student population, and in exchange, receive additional benefits, including COVID-19 specific survey questions, community outreach tools, and data insights to better understand the needs of your students and inform your back-to-school efforts.
Hear from EVERFI Mental Health Expert Erin McClintock as we discuss:
- The current state of student mental health
- COVID-19 specific content enhancements made to EVERFI’s Mental Well-being for Students course
- How to gain access to our unique cohort opportunity, including the timing, data, and other benefits will be available to our Back-to-Better Project members
Erin McClintock, Head of Impact, Social and Emotional Learning
Erin McClintock leads EVERFI’s impact work in mental health, wellness, and social and emotional learning. She is a strength-based mental health expert with a diverse array of experience in counseling, substance use prevention, violence prevention, digital wellness, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. In her role, Erin looks critically at the ways in which technology can make an impact on tackling some of the most seemingly intractable issues facing young people today, and how to best use available data to cultivate a widespread impact on prevention and treatment for learners across the lifespan. Erin holds a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling and completed her post-Master’s education in trauma and addiction counseling.
Jennifer Davidson, Sr. Vice President of Partner Development
Jennifer Davidson leads EVERFI’s Partner Development team for Higher Education. She has been with the organization for eight years and has worked with a diverse group of colleges and universities to align their institutional priorities with EVERFI’s robust solution of prevention and compliance education. Jennifer holds an B.S in Biology and an MBA.