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March 04 Mind, Body, Spirit Moms

This 8 week program is designed to promote the health and well-being of moms with kids of any age. Moms come together to nurture their minds, hearts, and bodies in a supportive community through the practice of mindfulness meditation, gentle yoga, authentic sharing and community building exercises.

Each week we will explore different themes, such as self-compassion, work-life balance, setting limits and boundaries, positive discipline, managing strong emotions, self-care, the importance of play, cultivating community, resilience, and so on. An emphasis will be placed on creating and nurturing lasting relationships among group members both within and outside of the group setting.

Dates: Wednesdays, January 21 - March 11.

Location: Escondido Village Center (AKA Rainbow School),
Common room, 140 Comstock Circle. (see campus map»)

To Register: Visit the HIP website.

Co-sponsored by HIP and the WorkLife Office. Eligible for BeWell Berry and STAP funding.

March 10 Tuition Grant Program (TGP) Info Session

This is the first of three Educational Assistance Program information sessions and will concentrate on the Tuition Grant Program (TGP), which helps eligible faculty and staff pay for the cost of undergraduate college education for their eligible children. We will review the TGP policy, application and payment process, share updates, and answer questions about this program.

Location: Redwood Hall, G19, 243 Panama Street (see campus map).

Registration: Please register through STARS in Axess.

March 12 Summer Activities Fair

The WorkLife Office is proud to host its annual Summer Activities Fair for parents and grandparents seeking summer programs for their kids. More than 30 local vendors will be there to discuss their summer camps. This year's event also includes two breakout speaker sessions and raffle prizes! This event is open to the public.

Location: Tresidder Memorial Union, 459 Lagunita Drive
Registration:
Register to reserve your space at the breakout sessions; they are eligible for the Child Care BeWell Berry. 

12:15 – 1 p.m.: Breakout session #1
Tresidder – Cypress South

Resources for Planning Your Child’s Summer
Join our panel of speakers from ActivityHero.com, Care.com and Boost by Benz as they share how their organizations can assist you with planning your child’s summer.

12:15 – 1 p.m.: Breakout Session #2
Tresidder – Cypress North

Summer for Your Teen: Internship Opportunities, Working & Volunteering
Join speakers from Stanford’s Office of Science Outreach, City of Palo Alto and Los Altos Decathlon Sports Club to learn about their summer teen opportunities and offerings.