For just $100, you will get unlimited access to a 10-week course that combines hope science, expert testimonials, and insights from recent college graduates to present the hope skills students need to create, maintain, and grow a hopeful mindset.
Ten lessons, available at the speed you choose.
Video and text lessons that combine interviews from hope experts, stories from college graduates, and hope science to introduce you to critical hope skills
Guided coursebook reflections to help you reinforce the skills you learn and track your progress
A hope community that will support you throughout your journey
Your enrollment fee goes directly to iFred, a 501(c)3 organization, for research, course creation, and ongoing efforts to share hope globally. If you are interested in donating additional funds to sponsor others in this course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
No students will be turned away for lack of funds. If you are in need of financial assistance for this course, email email@example.com
Hopelessness is growing at unprecedented rates among youth and adults around the world, and is the leading cause of suicide and primary symptom of depression. The JED Foundation found that 63% of college students say their emotional health is worse now than before the COVID-19 pandemic. A high proportion of college students are dealing with anxiety (82%), social isolation and loneliness (68%), depression (63%), and difficulty coping with stress in a healthy way (60%). One in five students (approximately 19%) stated that they had suicidal thoughts in the past month.
Designed to be completed as a class or individually, the Hopeful Mindsets on the College Campus course is a 10-week course that combines hope science, expert testimonials, and insights from recent college graduates to present the hope skills students need to create, maintain, and grow a hopeful mindset.
Hopeful Mindsets on the College Campus includes interviews with recent college graduates. The graduates discuss their hope journeys, the challenges they faced in college, and how they were ultimately able to use hope skills to overcome them.
The testimonies of those with lived experience are critical to this program, as they offer key insights into how others have coped with challenges similar to those we are facing. As we continue on our hope journey, it is always important to remember that we are not alone.
Hopeful Mindsets on the College Campus would not have been possible without the amazing contributions of our recent college graduates:
Masters: Community & Regional Planning
Major: Family & Human Development
Major: Bachelors of Science, Family and Human Development
Major: Medical Microbiology, Family and Human Development
Major: Psychology and Criminal Justice
Master's in Mental Health Counseling
Major: BS in Biology
Major: Business Administration Concentration in Marketing