Virtual Jack Talk and live Q&A on January 26

Youth talking to youth about mental health

The national Jack Talk, co-presented by and Bell Let's Talk, will feature a public screening of a Virtual Jack Talk and a live Q&A with young mental health advocates. The Virtual Jack Talk features two trained youth speakers who use the power of their personal stories to educate other young people about mental health, how to recognize signs of struggle, how to be there for others, and how to connect to help. The Q&A will invite audiences to submit their mental health questions and engage directly with Jack Talk speakers.

Students need to register to participate in the virtual session here.

Tuesday, January 26 @ 7:00 p.m. ET

Download the digital invite here and promote the WebEx event to your students on your school website or social channels.

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