Loyola's Peer Health Educators, we are recruiting new members!
President: Zoe Fisher
Vice President: Saffia Bajwa
Secretary: Zil Gharia
Public Relations: Loraine Arikat
General Members: Aimee Alexoff, Tiffany Bartucci, Allison Bouck, Hoshi Colina, Sam Garrison, Samreen Hassan, Natalie Kryzston, Kaitlyn Peters, Ariba Raza, Shelly Shibu, Matthew Van de Venter, Ivy Yip
Advisor: Mary Duckett
The Wellness Advocates are a team of volunteer, peer health educators dedicated to helping students achieve optimal health and well-being. Wellness Advocates raise awareness of current college health issues and promote healthy lifestyle choices among all students through creative and interactive education programs, advocacy, and leadership. Their efforts enhance a healthy campus culture and encourage individual responsibility for personal and community wellness.
The Wellness Advocates currently address issues of alcohol, stress management, nutrition, and sexual health. You may be familiar with some of the Wellness Advocates programs, like Alcohol Awareness Week and their Sleep Workshop, or maybe you saw them in your residence hall presenting on a specific health topic.
Wellness Advocate Recruitment
Apply until March 15th!
Applications for the Wellness Advocates are due March 15th, and can be found here: Wellness Advocate Application 2017-18.The Wellness Center is currently accepting applications for new Wellness Advocates for the 2017-18 school year. Applicants should have an interest in health education and the willingness to present on health topics to their peers. Interviews will be held in late March, students will receive a link to sign up for an interview after they submit their application.
Wellness Advocate Responsibility
The expectations of Wellness Advocates include, but are not limited to:
- Committing to the program for at least two semesters
- Attending a two-day training program at WTC the week before classes begin in August
- Attending all weekly meetings
- Mastering material on selected health topics
- Participating in evening and weekend programs as needed
- Meeting established programming requirements
- Creating and implementing promotional/marketing strategies
- Representing the Wellness Advocate program and Wellness Center in a professional manner
- Serving as a productive member of the team
- Maintaining a minimum 2.5 GPA or better (3.0 for Executive Board members)
Are you looking to put on a health related program? The Wellness Advocates are a great addition to your programming needs! We can help design a program, provide accurate information and up to date statistics, or help facilitate your discussions. If you would like to request our assistance, please fill out and return the Wellness Advocate Program Request Form .
After you have downloaded and completed the form, email the form to email@example.com and you will here back regarding your request shortly.
We do ask that requests be sent at least 14 days prior to your intended program date in order to plan accordingly.