Monday, November 8, 2021

Mental Health Awareness for Minorities (MHAM) is Seeking Student Volunteers

Mental Health Awareness for Minorities (MHAM) is a student-led 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in the greater San Diego area dedicated to providing mental health education and resources to minority communities, including low-income communities, communities of color, and the LGBTQ+ community.

Mental Health Awareness for Minorities (MHAM) is currently seeking student volunteers, and would appreciate your help reaching out to them.

Student volunteers with MHAM receive community service hours and opportunities for leadership and growth. Our organization is currently operating virtually, presenting a unique opportunity for students to obtain community service hours during the pandemic. Any students that are passionate about mental health will find a role that interests them within MHAM’s various committees, including Education, Journalism, Finance, Resource, Communications, and Media. 

For more information about our organization and its committees, please visit our website or Instagram @mha4min linked below.

Students may also learn more at our Volunteer Interest Event on November 13, 2021, which is being held virtually at 1PM PST. During the event, students can expect to learn more about our organization and the roles of each committee, followed by a Q&A panel with our committee heads. The registration link attached here can be found in our Instagram bio.

If you’re able to share this information and the flyer attached with your students and refer us to mental health clubs or programs on campus, it would be extremely helpful.

If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to set up a virtual meeting to further discuss our proposal, please feel free to reach out to me using any of my contacts below. Thank you for your time and we look forward to hearing from you!