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Become a WELLNESS ADVOCATE or WELLNESS LINK!

WELLNESS ADVOCATES (WAs)

Wellness Advocates are a dynamic and diverse group of student volunteers.  The Advocates are trained to foster resiliency and well-being among their peers and identified communities.  WAs are trained in Motivational Interviewing, and provide Mindfulness Workshops free to student groups.  Knowledgeable about the many campus resources available to USC stduents, the Wellness Advocates meet monthly to share dinner and receive additional trainings to explore the many dimensions of what it means to Be Well at USC.

View Dates and Details regarding becoming a Wellness Advocate

Meet your current Wellness Advocates!!

Applications open January 1, 2017 and close January 29, 2017 for Wellness Advocate program!

Interested in health and well-being, but unable to make such a big commitment?

WELLNESS LINKS

The Links are a dynamic and diverse group of students trained to be health-aware peers who help to increase knowledge and utilization of campus resources.  Links are invited to attend monthly meetings, but are not required to do so.  Links will recieve a certificate upon completing the training.

View Dates and Details for the next Links training

Applications open January 1, 2017 and close January 29, 2017 for Wellness Link program!

Practicums and Internships

Are you majoring in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, finishing up your Master of Public Health or Master of Health Administration or a Master of Education?

Consider the Office for Wellness and Health Promotion as a placement site for your practicum or internship. Please send an email with available meeting times (during business hours), and attach a resume with a cover letter detailing your interest in health promotion, wellness and prevention as well as any prior experience to:
OWHP@usc.edu
Subject line: Interested in Internship or Practicum Hours

Student Work Experience

Are you a student looking for some practical work experience while developing your interpersonal skills? As soon as you have your schedule for next semester, please send it, along with a cover letter detailing your interest in health promotion, wellness and prevention, as well as any prior experience to:
OWHP@usc.edu
Subject line: Interested in Student Work

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