Episode 77: Interview with a Greek Life Specialist, Tying in Mental Health, Finding your Tribe

September 21, 2017

To Write Love On Her Arms

Story Time:

  • Why I’m doing a show about fraternities/sororities
  • Short video about TWLOHA
  • iTunes review drive for TWLOHA, I’ll pay $15 PER REVIEW I recieve between until the end of the September. Get your reviews in now, help out a worthy cause
Key Info for this Podcast:
 Join Ashley and I today as we discuss…
  • her position as a “Greek Life Specialist” and then what led her to getting that title.
  • what made you interested in the position
  • goals of frats/sororities (designated philanthrophy)
  • dispelling some myths about fraternities. Spoiler Alert: they’re not all how they are portrayed in the movies!
  • how fraternities/sororities might benefit people with mental health issues
  • how faculty collaborate with frat/sororities
  • as a college student who’s recently graduated, Ashley’s most important tools for success
  • her advice for faculty related for helping students with MH needs to better succeed in college
Websites/Links Referenced on the Show:
To Write Love On Her Arms – https://twloha.com/
Home Exercise:
  1. Pick a goal, something you want that matters to you. Write it down, and better yet, tell someone you’re close to about it to help with accountability.
  2. Write down a plan for your goal. List out the steps, assign a deadline to the first step. Put that step on your To-Do List.
  3. Take one step this week to “find your tribe.” If you’re already new to a tribe this semester, do one thing to strengthen your ties with that new tribe.
If you are a recent college grad or faculty member that’s in recovery for mental health issues, I’d love to interview you about your goal achievement quest, the struggles/adversity you faced, as well the wellness strategies you learned! I’m particularly interested in interviewing student entrepreneurs and those involved in mental health advocacy. Please reach out.
Are you a college student who is brand new to online learning? Or maybe you struggled in your first go-around with your online course and can’t figure out the mindset behind online learning? Please be sure to check out this course I made: Ace Your Online Class
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Thanks to Rob Cavallo for today’s intro music. For more information about him or the music you heard today, you can email: peloquin17@yahoo.com

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