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Lost & Found Chapters
The Lost&Found Association is proud to operate campus chapters at University of South Dakota, South Dakota State University, University of Sioux Falls, and Dakota Wesleyan University. Through campus chapters, student leaders help their peers realize their potential, especially when facing stress, depression, or suicidal thoughts. As a chapter, student leaders work together with campus and community advisers to help peers develop resilience and create communities that prioritize resilience for mind and body.
Both chapters focus on developing resilience for self through a series of 5 modules, ranging from a review individual strengths and development (DISC Assessment) to a session learning how to regulate emotional well-being (Mindful Resilience). Once a student completes four of the five modules, they are recognized as chapter members and may take on leadership roles, receive mentorship from community and campus leaders, and receive some sweet L&F gear (graduation cords, anyone?).
Most importantly, chapters provide a genuine, committed community that is often hard to find on a college campus. L&F provides you with the skills you need to build lifelong resilience, but more importantly, chapters provide a place for you to find the ultimate tool: the power of community.
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Our chapters focus on building resilience not only while in school but also after college. Members of our chapters are often pursuing careers in counseling or social work, but above all, our chapter members enter careers in which they know they can make a difference in the world. Chapters also work closely with college student health departments to offer support from professionals, as well.
We are always working on adding campus chapters! If you are interested in starting a Lost&Found chapter on your campus, drop us a line below.
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We are always working on adding campus chapters! If you are interested in starting a Lost&Found chapter on your campus, contact us!