Join us on our mission for mental health

Use your superpowers to help us connect teens and young adults to mental healthcare when it matters most. There are a few ways to get involved.

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Opportunities to collaborate with us

💥 Recruiting closed: Strong365 Teen Advisory Board

Strong365 Lab is seeking Impact Advisors for our Teen Advisory Board to help guide, ideate, and co-create our upcoming and future projects. As an Impact Advisor on the Strong365 Teen Advisory Board, you will use your voice, experiences, and ideas to help us work toward our mission of addressing the complex mental health needs of young people today.

We've filled up our roster for the spring semester. Keep an eye out for future recruitment opportunities or on our Instagram. Or, feel free to email us a note with your interest at

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🔎 Looking for other opportunities?

We are always looking for volunteers and/or paid consultants to help us grow our community and contribute to our projects. At this time, we are prioritizing individuals with expertise in project management. Feel free to email us a note with your interests and resume at

"In a gentle way, you can shake the world."

- Mahatma Gandhi

Other ways to get involved

Here are 3 other ways you can help us grow the movement for mental health. 

  1. Get social with us: Help us fill everyone’s social media feeds with notes of encouragement. Write a short post to help Inspire others to practice self-care and seek support.

  2. Be our guest [blogger]: Share what mental health means to you or which aspects of mental health advocacy you’re passionate about in a longer-form blog post.

  3. Share your story of strength: Do you know what it’s like to find strength in the face of mental health challenges? If so, we’d love to hear and share your story.

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Spreading our mission beyond our community

Check out Strong365 Lab, out social impact consultancy that partners with youth-serving organizations and health systems to address the mental health needs of young people.

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