Author: YWCA St. Paul
The Presidential election has triggered levels of anxiety and uncertainty that are sky high. Anxiety is normal and even useful in certain situations. But when anxiety becomes consuming and prolonged, it’s unhealthy.
Check out these tips for maintaining your mental, physical and emotional health in these trying times.
Please join YWCA St. Paul for a conversation on racism’s impact on education. The conversation will be led by Shaunie Grigsby, YW’s Youth Programs Manager, and will feature members of the Young Women’s Initiative Cabinet
Time is running out! Election Day is this Tuesday, Nov. 3, and polls close at 8:00 p.m. Exercising your right to vote is an important way to combat the social, economic, political, and environmental injustices we’ve witnessed in 2020. It’s now too late to drop your ballot in the mail, so read on to learn how you can be sure your vote will be counted!
Interested in investing in your leadership and advocacy skills? Ready to build your personal brand and social capital? Eager to build authentic community with peers and program staff who affirm your identity, your truth, and your lived experiences? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, check out the YWI MN Cabinet here.
YWCA St. Paul is thrilled to announce that CEO Gaye Adams Massey has been elected to Medica’s Board of Directors.