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Peer Wellness Educators are an integral part of an overall strategy to create a health promoting university. Their role is to enhance student success by increasing access to wellness information, teaching health-enhancing skills, and advocating for a culture of wellness

Peer Wellness Educator Role: (5 positions)

  • Facilitating educational wellness programs for students
  • Implementing and evaluating evidence-based strategies to address health and well-being
  • Creating and disseminating wellness campaign messages on a variety of topics
  • Collaborating with student organizations and other groups to build capacity and culture of well being.
  • Promoting Student Recreation & Wellness services and programs, along with other wellness resources on campus.

Senior Peer Wellness Educator Role: (2 positions)

  • Facilitating educational wellness programs for students
  • Implementing and evaluating evidence-based strategies to address health and well-being
  • Creating and disseminating wellness campaign messages on a variety of topics
  • Collaborating with student organizations and other groups to build capacity and culture of well being.
  • Promoting Student Recreation & Wellness services and programs, along with other wellness resources on campus.
  • Managing medical supplies for Peer Health Advocates in the Residence Halls
  • Supporting student staff training
  • Overseeing wellness events and hours tracking

Violence Prevention Educator Role: (2 positions)

  • Facilitating educational wellness programs for students, specifically around sexual & interpersonal violence prevention.
  • Working both independently, and with others, while putting on various programs around campus including, but not limited to, Take Back the Night and Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.
  • Collaborating with student organizations and other groups to build capacity and culture of well being.
  • Promoting Student Recreation & Wellness services and programs, along with other wellness resources on campus.

Apply for 2020-2021 academic year positions through Student Recreation & Wellness.

 For more information, contact Juliana Kahrs at kahrsj@uwosh.edu