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Institute

Self-IMPROVment 
for Students

To teach students skills that help them regulate their emotions, increase their life satisfaction, and soft skills that will make them successful after graduation

College Students

The Challenge

By nearly every metric, student mental health is worsening. College counseling centers have been overwhelmed with students' demand for resources and assitance.

It is imperative that administrations equip students with the tools they need to successfully navigate their time at school and prepare them for success in the workplace.

Improv for Students

In a world where students find themselves increasingly fraught with uncertainty and isolation and in need of the skills to support themselves, that's where we come in.

Self-IMPROVment collaborates with colleges and universities to empower students with the skills they need in a fun, interactive setting that allows for both learning skills and building community.

Our Focus

Self-IMPROVment focuses on the development of key skills that helps students:

  • Navigate uncertainty and adapt to things not going according to plan

  • Regulate stress and anxiety via conserving mental energy

  • Communicate effectively while in disagreement with peers or coworkers

Better Coping Strategies

Training students to adapt to uncertainty equips them with resilience-building skills. Students who undergo resilience training exhibit lower levels of stress and anxiety, as they develop coping strategies to manage uncertainty

Creating A Growth Mindset

Adaptability training helps students cultivate a growth mindset, shifting their perception of challenges from threats to opportunities for growth. This positive mindset has been linked to lower levels of stress and anxiety among students

Greater Life Satisfaction

Individuals who align their actions with their core values experience greater life satisfaction and reduced psychological distress by promoting a sense of purpose and fulfillment, negating symptoms of mental health challenges.

Improved Hireability

Developing soft skills and effective communication strategies makes students more attractive to employers. 70% of global employers indicate that communication is the most desirable skill for potential recruits.

Get in Touch

If you are interested in learning how Self-IMPROVment can transform your business, simultaneously raising revenue and creating a more vibrant, engaged company culture, send us an email and we will be in touch to set up a time to speak in detail.

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