While we use the new page for internships, we'll use this "original" page for more logistics info.
- Here's our Community Summer Overview , outlining why we do this summer at all and how it will work.
- Read The Daily Yonder to learn about issues facing our rural communities.
- This Transferable Skills Worksheet might help you articulate the skills you have and plan for skills you want to gain through Summers.
- Watch these fun documentaries created by the now-seniors:
Vicki and Sydney
SUMMER 2022 Logistics
See you in Nashville for our first-ever Community Summer retreat, May 23-26!
Please complete this agreement with your Mentor and return it by June 14.
Mental Health Resources
These are some nontraditional options that other Scholars have found helpful. It’s not a comprehensive list, but these have helped students move in the right direction with mental health.
BetterHelp: This app matches you with a licensed counselor for a long-term or short-term counseling relationship over the Internet. You can write in messages and receive answers, and schedule a phone call or video session. $40 - $70 a week.
Talkspace: Another app that matches you with a licensed counselor to reach out to 1-2 times a day, with the ability to add a video chat. Begins at $49 a week.
7Cups*: The free version of this app connects you to caring listeners (who aren’t professionals) for emotional support. The paid version (with professionals) starts at $33/week.
What’s Up?*: This app uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) methods and gives you strategies to ground yourself and cope.
Mood Kit*: Uses a foundation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and provides users with over 200 mood improvement activities.
*= Not a professional healthcare provider.