A variety of resources available to support the BIPOC members of our community who are experiencing the effects of racial trauma and our community members who we invite to begin or continue your journey to becoming a thoughtful and effective ally.
This is an opportunity for staff and faculty of the University of Guelph to hire a student for jobs in their home. You can post jobs on the Experience Guelph career job board for help with: childcare, school tutoring for children, home chores and outdoor work or cleaning.
Positions can be for part-time, full-time, or casual work - whatever your current needs are.
This playbook has tools and tactics informed by science to support your own mental well-being, and the well-being of others during and after this difficult time.
A quick example of High-Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) with Fitness Program Supervisor, Lynne Skilton-Hayes.
Have you been sitting at your desk for too long? Maybe working from home has you sitting on a hard chair or awkwardly set-up causing aches and pains. This quick 10-minute stretching routine will help!
U of G has many resources that can help our Gryphon family thrive during these unprecedented times. The links in this portal connect you to resources that can help make school life, work life and home life a bit easier during COVID-19.
Homewood Health has put together a toolkit with a consolidation of content, both directly and indirectly related to COVID-19. This package has valuable and informative materials with information to support you and your family.
We have compiled a variety of online wellness-related resources to help you thrive while the world around us is rapidly responding to the global pandemic. View mental health apps, videos, daily practices and blog posts.
HR Learning & Development has developed a series of new web-based learning sessions to help you through the new work reality. View their event calendar to learn more and register for new programs.
To help reduce the risk of coronavirus infection, Homewood Health has provided a few reminders for steps you can take, including physical distancing.