CWU Wellness Center is getting curious with Instagram.

In today’s ever connected social media world, more and more relationships are being created and fostered on the World Wide Web then ever before. In an attempt to tap into this potential for connectedness among students and staff at Central Washington University, the Wellness Center is hosting a special Instagram campaign with the express goal of getting students to share within their school the multitude of campus resources available to them

Get Curious (Look Up, Reach Out) is the name of the campaign and it’s happening now. Having started this Monday, Oct. 6, and running through Friday, Oct. 17, you can participate and show-off your phat photography skills.

Get Curious

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to take photos of departments advertising “Look Up, Reach Out” in the window and tag the photo with: #CWU, #lookupreachout and @cwuwellnesscenter and post to your Instagram. Once you have finished, check in at the Wellness Center to be entered into a drawing to receive a prize.

Hint: the offices involved include the Wellness Center, Student Medical and Counseling Center, Disability Services, University Recreation, OPR, the Student Employment Office and the ASCWU-Student Government Office.

Get Curious  has been a staple of the Wellness Center’s connectedness to the student body in teaching the importance of suicide prevention for many years. Help them make a difference and have some fun at the same time.

It’s a win-win.

One response to “CWU Wellness Center is getting curious with Instagram.”

  1. It’s good to publicize the service for people, but it have to be in mind that it don’t turn into business.

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