Are you looking to gain experience in the health care field? Or simply interested in improving the health and wellbeing of your fellow Fresno State students? Then JOIN in on the numerous programs available at the Student Health and Counseling Center! Here are the volunteer opportunities!
Drug & Alcohol Awareness & Wellness Guide (DAAWG) Program
This program is designed to provide students with an entry level experience in planning and implementing health education and promotion in the area of alcohol and other drugs. The DAAWG program strives to prevent drug related problems by promoting a campus culture of safe and responsible use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs through interactive workshops, information tables, website material, posters, and the Stall Street Journal. Students from all majors are welcome to apply to the program that recruits at the end of each semester. For further information, please call Rosendo Iniguez, Student Coordinator, at (559) 278-6727 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wellness Ambassador Program
This program is designed to give students an entry level experience with planning and implementing health promotion and wellness programs for their fellow students. The health promotion and wellness topics addressed include cold & flu prevention, healthy eating, depression & anxiety prevention, safer sex, smoking cessation, healthy sleep tips and alcohol safety. Students from all majors are welcome to apply to the program that recruits at the end of each semester. Click here for the Wellness Ambassador Description & Application. For further information, please call Chelsey Crumrine, Student Coordinator of the Health Promotion & Wellness Services Department at (559) 278-6727 or email at email@example.com.
Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)
This group is composed of student volunteers that serve as an advisory board to the Director of the Student Health and Counseling Center. It is their responsibility to oversee the facility's operations and ensure that the student health needs are consistently being met. By engaging in conversation, and polling Fresno State students, SHAC acts as the "student voice" for the Health Center. The goal is to make sure our services are accessible and relevant to the needs of Fresno State students. The group meets regularly and welcomes new members interested in creating change. Open to all majors. SHAC meets monthly and is always seeking new student members. For further information, please visit the Student Health and Counseling Center's website at www.fresnostate.edu/health.
Drug and Alcohol Committee
The University Courtyard Drug and Alcohol committee is a group of Residential Life Staff and University Courtyard Residents who plan activities and events that promote education about drugs and alcohol.
Health and Wellness Committee
The University Courtyard Health and Wellness committee promotes, plans and implements programs boosting our residents consciousness of issues relating to physical, psychological and emotional health.
Family PACT Peer Health Education (PHE) Program
This program is designed to provide students with hands-on experience conducting one-on-one education and counseling sessions with patients on safer sex in a clinical setting. Fresno State students who selected as PHEs make a two-semester commitment and receive a one-week training on every aspect of safer sex including reproductive anatomy and physiology, contraception, sexually transmitted disease prevention and treatment, communication skills, confidentiality and how to conduct oneself in a true medical setting. Training continues throughout the year. PHEs work closely with medical professionals such as physicians and nurse practitioners. Students from all majors are welcome to apply to the program that recruits at the end of the Spring semester. For further information, please call Prisma Cuevas, Student Coordinator, at (559) 278-6727 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org