Get Involved


There are two different ways to become involved with the Office of Wellness & Health Promotion :

Wellness Warriors: Outreach volunteers who represent the Student Health Services on campus.
Peer educators: Work in the Office of Wellness & Health Promotion; teach workshops, assist health educators with projects, conduct outreach on campus, and assist with scheduling appointments and checking students in for programs.
Interns: Enrolled in an internship class for class credit. Duties are the same as Peer Educator.
Volunteers: Not currently seeking an internship for class credit. Duties are the same as Peer Educator.

Click here to Apply to The Office of Wellness & Health Promotion

Wellness Warriors

Wellness Warriors are our outreach volunteers who represent the Student Health Services on campus.

Job duties Include:

  • Attend trainings to learn about a variety of health topics in the Wellness & Health Promotion
  • Set up, conduct outreach and clean up tables, chairs, etc. for outreach events on campus
  • Promote the Student Health Services and all of our programs during events

What are we looking for?

  • Professional and responsible
  • Excellent verbal skills
  • Open-minded and nonjudgmental about race, religion, sexual orientation, health choices, etc.
  • Comfortable talking to students, staff and faculty about our programs and health education topics
  • Comfortable talking to students, staff and faculty about our programs and health education topics
  • Comfortable talking about topics important to college students such as alcohol and drug use, sexual health, tobacco use, sexual assault, abortion, and more.
  • Comfortable conducting condom demonstrations

Requirements

  • Able to volunteer an average of 2 hours per week
  • Minimum commitment of one semester

If you are interested in becoming a Wellness Warrior, please click here to apply.

PEER EDUCATORS, INTERNS, & VOLUNTEERS

Peer educators, interns, and volunteers work in the Office of Wellness & Health Promotion as well as attend outreach events on campus.

Job Duties Include:

  • Attending trainings and meetings.
  • Teaching workshops for CSULB students such as birth control, sexual health, stress reduction, drugs, alcohol, sexual misconduct, bystander intervention methods, campus wellness services, and more.
  • Conducting outreach events on campus, including tabling, walking, carrying items, and talking to students.
  • Training Wellness Warriors to conduct outreach events on campus.
  • Assisting health educators and supervisors with special projects.
  • Writing articles and engaging in social media
  • Scheduling appointments and checking-in students for programs, answering phones, and providing information about our programs and services to students.
  • All training will be provided

What we are looking for?

  • Professional, responsible, self-motivated, and mature.
  • Capable of being absolutely confidential about other people's private medical affairs.
  • Confident speaking in front of your peers.
  • Open-minded and nonjudgmental about race, religion, sexual orientation, health choices, etc.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Capable of working independently and in team environments.
  • Passionate about health promotion, public health, and wellness.
  • Comfortable talking about topics important to college students such as alcohol and drug use, sexual health, tobacco use, sexual assault, abortion, and more.
  • Must be able to work a minimum of 12 hours per week (maximum of 20 hours/week).
  • Interns must commit to a minimum of one full semester regardless of required internship hours.

If you are interested in becoming a Peer Educator, Intern, or Volunteer, please click here to apply.

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