Our Tune In To Strive Out Program is starting on October 10th and we’d love for you to join us!
Our team designed this 5-week (virtual and in-person options available) workshop to guide undergraduate students through practices to preserve a stronger sense of wellness and self-determination in their career development.
This program is designed by students and faculty for underrepresented undergraduates looking to learn skills, cultivate knowledge & foster greater know-how to healthily navigate their career and school lives. If this sounds like it’d be a great fit for you, click here to learn more and reserve your spot!
Tuned In Labs seeks to empower students with the skills, self-knowledge, and know-how to cultivate a career and a lifestyle that meets their values and ways of knowing. For students, by students, we seek to close the gap between theory and practice by condensing and disseminating researched interventions that you can adopt and adapt to support your thriving within your given context.
Tuned In Labs is a resource for students to cultivate:
- Mental Health and Wellness
- Career Development
Together with students from UW-Madison and Cal Poly Pomona (CPP) and our CPP advisor, our goal is to help students cultivate, realize, and channel their inner potentialities to build local power and promote collective well-being. To meet our mission, starting in spring 2022 we will be launching a multilayered approach to intervention including psychoeducation disseminated widely via social media and an intervention comprised of 6 modules.
- Joi Brown, BA – Social Media Designer
- Pa Her, PhD – Co-Director
- Nasitta Keita, MA – Presenter
- Alejandro Morales, PhD – CPP Advisor
- Michael Sanchez, MS – Content Creator & Presenter
- Mindi Thompson, PhD, HSP – Director
- Kevon Williams, BA – Content Creator & Presenter
- Denise Zavala – Content Creator
Our team is dedicated to helping students cultivate, realize, and channel their inner potentialities to build local power and promote collective well-being.
Tuned In Labs is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation