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.

Keeping it Sexually Safe 

KISS is a volunteer peer program designed to bring inclusive, comprehensive reproductive and sexual health education to Fresno State students through messengers they know and trust - their peers. 

KISS Volunteers: 

  • Make a semester to a year commitment serving an average of 5 hours weekly.
  • Pass a competency test after provided training.
  • Be an undergraduate student.
  • Maintain a 2.0 minimum semester GPA throughout the application process and 2019-20 academic year. 
  • Attend mandatory meetings every first and third Monday of the month from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. (2 hours).
  • Help develop and implement activities and presentations focused on inclusive, comprehensive reproductive and sexual health.

Students interested in applying must complete an online application by August 1 at midnight. 

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.