THE STEP ABOVE STIGMA INTERSECTIONALITY PROJECT (SASIP) VOLUNTEER
Coordinator Volunteer | Step Above Stigma
Looking to get involved this year?!
The Step Above Stigma Intersectionality Project (SASIP) is a brand new initiative for the 2019/2020 school year. Throughout its three years at Queen’s, Step Above Stigma has continuously encouraged students across campus to engage in discussions about mental health: “what does mental health mean to students as individuals?” and “what does mental health mean to the population of Queen’s in its entirety?”. This year, we want to take this discussion one step further and ask: What does mental health mean to different populations of individuals represented throughout the Queen’s community? How can we create an environment that celebrates differences and allows students to feel safe talking about their mental health?
The Step Above Stigma Intersectionality Project’s goals for the 2019/2020 year is to start to answer these questions. We are looking for groups on campus to collaborate with as well as a creative and dedicated team of volunteers to help to create successful events throughout the year to showcase the importance of understanding the various intersections of mental health.
If you are interested in applying to be a SASIP volunteer, please complete the following google form by September 15 at 4pm: https://forms.gle/j91XzaTmMMapBPQj9