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The Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing at Californis State University, Northridge provides this content for educational and informational purposes only. It does not imply endorsement or approval.

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Soul Pancake: Chewing on Life’s Big Questions

The University Student Union is inviting all CSUN faculty and students to join actor and SoulPancake co-creator, Rainn Wilson on Tuesday, March 3, at 5 p.m. in the Valley Performing Arts Center for an entertaining and thought-provoking opportunity to “Chew on Life’s Big Questions.”

- When: March 3rd, 5 p.m.

-Flyer: Click Here

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“Reboot Workshop”

Female Veterans and Female Spouses of Veterans are invited to a FREE, fun and life-changing workshop called REBOOT WORKSHOP. It has been proven that REBOOT gives Female Veterans a better than 95% chance of reaching their employment/life goals! The REBOOT WORKSHOPTM, March 9th – 27th, 2015, is Hosted by: National Veterans Transition Services, Inc. aka REBOOT in partnership with The Salvation Army Haven Veterans Employment Services Seats are limited – must enroll ASAP.

- When: March 9th – 27th, 2015

-Flyer: Click Here

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“Protect Yourself Against Measles” Wishing you a healthy Spring Semester 2015. To help promote your health and safety, we’re enclosing important information about protecting yourself from measles.  Please click on this link to receive important information about the recent measles outbreak in California and the US, CSUN’s preparations to keep our community safe, and what you can do to protect yourself and others and prevent measles infection. http://www.csunalumni.com/Schools/CSUNorthridge/Bemail/Files/Letter_to_University_Employees.pdf

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  “1.5 Alive Faculty and Staff Fitness Program”

California State University, Northridge’s Matador Athletics, the Department of Kinesiology and the Office of Human Resources have partnered to launch 1.5 Alive, a new wellness program aimed at getting faculty and staff more physically active.

Starting on Friday, Jan. 30 at noon, CSUN faculty and staff are invited to join the 1.5 Alive team at CSUN’s Matador track. During the program, which runs until May 8, the team will exercise for 30 minutes, using a combination of running or walking and the ExerCircuit fitness parcourse, outside of Redwood Hall. The program is designed to accommodate all levels of fitness, from beginner to advanced.

 

- When: Jan 30th(noon)-May 8th

-Time:  Noon

-Website: Click Here

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    “Commit to be Fit” FREE Group Fitness Program led by CSUN Kinesiology Students! Workouts consist of functional cardio and resistance training aimed to get you in shape and help you feel your best. Commit to achieving your fitness goals and living a happy and healthy lifestyle. Brought to you by the CSUN Department of Kinesiology, College of Heath and Human Development, and Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing. For more information and to Download Required Forms Click Here

 - Dates:

· Blood Pressure Check/Paperwork (mandatory, walk-in either day): Wed 1/28 & Thu 1/29, 5-6PM, RE 200 · Program Orientation and Q & A (optional, but encouraged): Thursday 1/29 6-6:30PM, RE 200

· Exercise Program: Monday 2/2 through Thursday 5/7, 5:30-6:30PM, Location TBA

-Flyer: Click Here

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“Young Adults Communication Workshop”

On behalf of the CSUN HollyRod ASD Network and the Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic, I am introducing the Young Adults Communication Workshop, meant for those students who are hoping to increase their social skills in the classroom and on the job market. Specifically, the group will be useful for those who have difficulty speaking in groups, dread sharing in class, feel awkward in social or professional situations, and experience difficulty maintaining conversations.

 

Young adults ages 18 and older of all abilities are encouraged to sign up. The workshop will meet on Mondays over the course of 8 sessions at the Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic on the California State University, Northridge campus. Plans are to start holding sessions when all spots are filled.

FOR MORE INFORMATION Contact: Vera Chelyapov Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic mitchellfamilyclinic@csun.edu

-Flyer: Click Here

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