According to the Priory group’s mental health research, 35% of men believe that they’ve had diagnosable mental health conditions at one point in their lives. The survey found that men don’t talk about their mental health because they are embarrassed or believe that they have learned to deal with it. Some have said that it will take them having thoughts of suicide or thoughts of self-harm before they talk to a close family member or friend.
Ambrose Wellness invites you to enjoy breakfast with the men from Menzleague! Invest in your mental health by enjoying food, community and hearing from MenzLeague, a Calgary based men's mental health initiative.
Don’t waste your Greek education! Whether you are new to learning Ancient Greek or took your classes years ago, come and join us once a month to talk about the importance of knowing Greek for understanding the Bible!
Human beings are made to be social! We are social creatures that need companionship and community in order to thrive in life. The strength of our connections deeply impacts our mental health and overall happiness in life. Being socially connected to others helps ease anxiety, depression, decrease stress, boost self-worth, provide comfort, prevent loneliness, and increase life expectancy.
Suicide Awareness and Prevention
Saturday, September 10th, is World Suicide Prevention Day. In light of the back-to-school season and business that surrounds this time, it is important to take a moment to reflect on this topic.
*times and length of shifts will vary each week*
Qualified applicants are those that can effectively act as the first point-of-contact with Ambrose guests, students and employees and ensure a positive first impression of the campus.
Accessibility Services is hiring proctors for Fall and Winter semester.
• Ambrose Accessibility Services is currently seeking part-time casual exam proctors for accommodated exams
• Hours will fluctuate throughout the semester - there is no guarantee of hours
• All training is provided
• Summary of Responsibilities
Audition Call: “Gilgamesh”
Ambrose Arts Theatre will be launching their season with “Gilgamesh” directed by Jacqueline Russell.
Gilgamesh is based on the ancient Sumerian and Akkadian epic poem. This four-thousand-year-old myth tells the story of Gilgamesh, the king of the city of Uruk, and his quest for immortality.