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Human Resources Presents: On Our Way to Wellness
Wellbeing is everything, so let’s put it in its place—front and center. Wellbeing helps our employees thrive, increases engagement and supports a sense of community. Use the tools and resources on this page to access information about various wellness topics and programs.
On Our Way to Wellness: Mindfulness at Work presented by Jerry Givens
Employees are welcomed to view a recording of the February 22nd workshop on Mindfulness and Meditation, presented by Jerry Givens. Smith login required.
Smith Fitness Center
Learn more about specific programs and find information about enrolling in yoga classes, spin classes and more.
Check out top curated courses on wellness to improve your work-life balance. Log in via the Smith Portal.
ComPsych Guidance Resources
With ComPsych® GuidanceResources® Online you can:
- Access thousands of tools and resources
- Connect to an array of live and digital care options 24/7
- Discover featured resources and alerts on timely topics and emerging issues
- Engage with on-demand trainings, interactive assessments, tutorials, and more
The Calm App
Allows users to access guided meditations, sleep stories and more. The college is currently providing the app free of charge to students, staff and faculty. Sign up at Calm.com with your Smith email address (or log in to an existing account). Validate your Smith email address. Once complete, you can download the Calm app and log into your account.
Blue Cross Blue Shield Seminars on Demand
BCBS Seminars are interactive learning experiences packed with information to help you meet everyday challenges. No need to register in advance. Seminars will be pre-recorded and uploaded on the date noted.
This benefit provides you with a membership to Care.com, the largest online community for finding trusted providers for your specific needs—caregivers for your child, parents, grandparents, or pets, as well house-sitters. There is no limit to the number of times you can access these services. Smith College will cover the monthly membership costs from February 15, 2022 to February 14, 2023.
On Our Way to Wellness Resources
Introducing Smith’s 12th President
On September 15, 2022, the board of trustees introduced Sarah Willie-LeBreton as the college’s 12th president. Willie-LeBreton will take office on July 1, 2023.
Need Some Gear?
The Smith Computer Store, located in Stoddard Hall 202, has everything imaginable for your electronics needs—from new MacBooks and iPads to the smallest cables and adapters, we’ve got you covered. If it’s Smith-branded clothing or accessories (or just some on-campus staples!) you’re after, stop by the bookstore at 8–10 Green Street. At either location, a valid Smith ID will get students, faculty, and staff members various discounts.
Smith, in the Moment
Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism
Meridians is an intersectional feminist journal based at Smith College that has been showcasing the ideas and voices of women of color for more than 20 years. Founded by former Smith College president Ruth J. Simmons, Meridians’ goal is to make scholarship by and about women of color central to U.S. and global economic conditions and political practices. It is a double-blind, peer-reviewed journal that publishes cutting-edge creative work at the intersection of race, gender, ethnicity and nation.