Wellness Ambassadors in the Wellness Connection are peer educators who contribute to the safety and well-being of campus by presenting to classes, organizations, Greek Life, departments, athletic teams, and other groups. They encourage students to be engaged bystanders and better navigate the collegiate experience. The Wellness Ambassadors are a part of the Health, Safety and Well-Being Initiatives of NASPA. This program supports student leadership on health and safety issues – no matter the group, specialized health interest, or social affiliation.
The Wellness Ambassador experience gives students the confidence to believe in themselves and the power of influence they have on others. For some, it is a life-changing moment for themselves or someone they help.
Our Wellness Ambassador Presentations are available virtually! Click here to see the presentations.
Wellness Ambassadors contribute to the safety and well-being of campus by presenting on various wellness topics, including mindfulness, self-care, stress, nutrition, alcohol and other drugs, and sexual health.
Ambassadors build communication, leadership, public speaking, teamwork, and presentation skills. Upon completion of training, Wellness Ambassadors can assist in creating presentations, developing scripts, and presenting and attending national and regional peer education related conferences.
Wellness Ambassador Spring 2022 Training
- Date: Saturday and Sunday, February 5 and 6
- Time: Noon - 6 PM
- Location: TBD
- Cost: FREE
- Attendance at both training dates is required in order to become a Wellness Connection Ambassador
While students are Wellness Ambassadors, they are required to attend a 1-hour meeting each week or complete a 1-hour office hour each week in the Wellness Connection.
Contact Lauren Galloway at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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