Through this event, our objectives are:
- Participants will be able to enhance emotional intelligence among individuals while engaging with community groups
- Participants will be able to integrate emotional intelligence into workplace education
- Participants will be able to foster partnership with community organizations representing various populations
About Our Facilitator:
Jasmine Lott, MSN, RN, is a dedicated mental health professional with a diverse background. As an Inpatient High-Risk Case Manager at WellMed Medical Management, she manages and supports individuals facing mental health challenges. Jasmine is also an Adjunct Professor at Galen College of Nursing, serving as a Psychiatric Clinical Instructor. Passionate about mental health awareness, she hosts the “Soulshine” podcast, focusing on “Speaking On Unexpected Loss.” A graduate of UT Arlington with an MSN, she is currently pursuing a DNP at Texas Christian University in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing. Through her roles, Jasmine strives to make a positive impact in mental health education and support.
Thursday, February 29th, 2024 (6:00 – 7:30 pm)
Register for the session here
Windsor Park Branch Library
5833 Westminster Dr
Austin, TX 78723
Limited registration spots available.
If you need a registration fee waiver please contact Stephanie L. Lang at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Center for Community Engagement (CCE) serves as UT Austin’s “front porch.” This center fosters mutually beneficial community-university collaborations that further the university’s mission to serve Texas and beyond.
The Community Classroom is a series of courses offered to community members and residents taught by UT faculty, staff and community partners. These classes are designed to marry theory and practice and to offer a specific skill, knowledge, or expertise to support the work of engaged community members.