Resilience In your College Experience (R.I.C.E)

A Mental Health Mentorship Training Programme

Resilience is defined as the capacity to recover from difficulty; to bounce back.

Resilience in your College Experience (R.I.C.E) is a pilot programme initiated by the Wellness Team at DoS. The programme aims to:

  • Expose students to basic concepts of positive psychology
  • Engage students in self-reflection and discussion of relevant topics that contribute to well-being
  • Equip students with the knowledge and skills to start and sustain conversations with their peers about holistic well-being
  • Support students on their journey towards a thriving College experience

 Structure of Training

 Each training session will feature videos by experts in the field, engaging class activities, discussion and reflection on concepts and ideas relating to mental resilience, and practices that can be incorporated into daily life.

Subsequently, students will meet weekly with their mentors (Natalie or Glen), to share about how they have utilised the skills they have learnt in their day-to-day activities and interactions.


  • Culture of Care, a collaboration with the Counselling Centre
  • Adopting a growth mindset
  • Purposefulness and finding meaning in college
  • Identity, a collaboration with Intercultural Engagement
  • Cultivating Optimism
  • Finding your strengths
  • Vulnerability
  • Agency
  • The power of positive interpersonal relationships

Apply now for personal, and community development!

Deadline for application is 16 August, 5pm.

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Natalie Ang

Contact with questions about Wellness programmes