Get Involved

The Student Health and Counseling Center wants YOUR help to build a healthier Fresno State. To learn more about opportunities to get involved and how to apply, click the links below.

Fruit Walk on the Bulldog Trails

Volunteers are needed for event set-up, clean up, and to staff two locations on the one-mile Bulldog Walking Trail. Individuals will be sharing information about the Bulldog Walking Trails, giving out incentives and promoting health behaviors as a part of #HealthyCampus Week.

To sign up to support this event click here.

Big Fresno Fair Feed the Need Food Drive

The Student Cupboard is looking for volunteers to help collect food at the Annual Big Fresno Fair Feed the Need Red Lot Drive. Volunteers are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes and closed toe shoes and meet at the Red Lot on the corner of Barstow and Cedar to check in at the volunteer check in tent.

To sign up to support this event click here.

Peer Ambassadors of Wellness

The Peer Ambassadors of Wellness (PAW) program is responsible for promoting the health and wellness of our Fresno State students. 

PAW Volunteers: 

  • Develop and implement activities and presentations focused on a variety of topics, including: stress, anxiety, depression, nutrition, physical activity, alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, food security and basic needs. 
  • Serve as mentors to individuals with mild to moderate depression and/or anxiety through the Work it Out! program. 
  • Make a one-year commitment serving an average of 5 hours weekly throughout the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters.
  • Attend mandatory weekly meetings (1 hour) every Monday at 12:00 p.m.

All volunteers must maintain a 2.0 minimum semester GPA throughout the application process and 2019-20 academic year. 

Recruitment for the 2019-20 academic year has closed. 

Student Health Advisory Committee 

The Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) is responsible for representing student voice in issues related to health and wellness.

SHAC Members:

  • Provide recommendations to administration regarding the operations and services of the Student Health and Counseling Center (including Counseling, Medical and Wellness Services)
  • Assess campus climate and represent student voice on issues related to health and wellness
  • Serve alongside university staff, faculty and administration
  • Make a one-year commitment serving 3-5 hours monthly
  • Attend monthly meetings and support special project initiatives 

 All volunteers must maintain a 2.0 minimum semester GPA throughout the application process and 2019-20 academic year. Previous leadership or advocacy experience is preferred. 

Recruitment for the 2019-20 academic year has closed.