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The Brain Health Bootcamp is moving the needle on mental health awareness

The Brain Health Bootcamp is a nonprofit initiative that provides online education and resources to adolescents and school communities. Our comprehensive online curriculum steps students through engaging evidence-informed video content, infographics, illustrations, and helpful guides to demystify mental health: what it is, how to talk about it, and how to seek help.

We’re creating game-changing mental health education by reframing mental health as brain health, and providing online education for young people across the country. Following the mass increase in depression and anxiety from the pandemic, the need for brain health education and healthy coping skills is more important than ever. You can check out the Brain Health Bootcamp here.

We’re looking for Expert Reviewers to join our mission in bringing mental health education to young people. If you are an educator, student, medical professional, or someone who's worked in the healthcare or mental health space, and this is something you're interested in, you should consider being on our Expert Reviewer Panel. Please submit the form linked below before June 1st, 2022— we look forward to hearing from you!

What's the Expert Review Panel (ERP) and how do you get involved?

The Brain Health Bootcamp team is looking for experts across various industries to join our Expert Review Panel (ERP), a group of people with specialized knowledge that care deeply about mental health. Members of the ERP will be called upon to review our content once a semester on a volunteer basis. The reviewing process might take 2-6 hours each school semester (twice a year), and all the review can be done asynchronously (we’ll send you a link to the courses and directions on how to make comments).

Your feedback and input will help us ensure that Brain Health Bootcamp is delivering effective and accurate mental health education to adolescents.

If you believe in our mission to deliver accessible mental health education, please fill out this form by June 1st, 2022.

Who's qualified to apply to join the ERP?

  • Medical professionals (physicians, psychiatrists, etc)
  • Researchers in the mental health space
  • High school + college students (you'll get volunteer hours!)
  • Teachers and school administrators
  • Experts who've worked in the healthcare or edtech industry

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