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Peer Educators

Peer educators assist with programming and outreach across our campus to educate students about relevant issues related to health and wellness that affects our campus community including sexual wellness, alcohol awareness, financial wellness, nutrition and fitness, stress management, mental wellness, and sexual violence prevention. Peer educators are responsible for developing, presenting and evaluating presentations, planning events for the UC community, creating marketing materials, attending meetings, collaborating with campus offices and organizations, and many other tasks!

Graduate Student Worker

The Graduate Student Worker assists with developing, implementing, and coordinating educational programs on a number of health topics, including alcohol and other drugs, gender-based violence, sexual health, financial wellness, mental wellness, and more.

Internships

The Student Wellness Center is currently hiring for a Summer 2019 Intern! Apply on jobs.uc.edu using req# 35765. For more information, check out theĀ internship description.

An internship at the Student Wellness Center provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on opportunity is designed to strengthen your understanding of Health Education/Health Promotion as a field, specifically Health Promotion in Higher Education, and prepare you for future employment.

Service Hours

If you are interested in working at the Student Wellness Center for a course requirement, the requests will be reviewed on a case by case basis. If interested, please contact Wellness.Center@uc.edu.

Interview or Shadow Experience

If you are a student who wishes to speak to a Student Wellness Center staff member, email Wellness.Center@uc.edu to make arrangements. An appointment will be scheduled with a health promotion professional who will be happy to answer your questions.

Interview/Shadowing Tips:

  • Request to schedule your appointment with as much lead time as possible. We may not be able to schedule for the same day.
  • Please explain what the story is about and/or the topic of the article when you schedule. This information is essential so that you will be scheduled with the proper person.
  • You must email your interview questions to the provider as soon as you have the confirmation for your interview. Be sure to select the most important questions for the interview as the providers will have limited time. Providers will only see you if they have these questions beforehand.
  • We recommend checking in at least 5 minutes before the time of your interview or call in advance if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment.
  • Due to limited staff availability, missed appointments can only be rescheduled once.