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Join the Prevention and Outreach Services Team!

Prevention and Outreach Services is currently accepting applications for our Student Health Advocate team for the 2015-2016 school year.  At present, our Select Respect Peer Educator positions are full for the upcoming school year.
 
All applications materials are due by 5pm on Friday, March 13, 2015.
 

Student Health Advocate Job Description 

To apply, please submit all applications materials through the following form: https://forms.brockport.edu/view.php?id=776818

Position Description

Student Health Advocates are dynamic undergraduate students who contribute to the Prevention and Outreach Services mission of Making Health Contagious on The College at Brockport campus. 

Specifically, Student Health Advocates:

  • Develop, facilitate, and assist in the assessment of campus-wide health programming on topics related to fitness and nutrition, sexual responsibility, high-risk drinking prevention, mental health promotion, and bystander intervention (EagleCHECK).
  • Facilitate and assist in the assessment of residence hall and student organization programming.
  • Serve as an EagleCHECK facilitator.
  • Collaborate with other departments on campus to enhance existing programs and infuse health programming and outreach into events that are already taking place.
  • Complete special projects, including Stylus articles, program development, student leader trainings, and marketing campaigns.
  • Serve as a resource person regarding college health topics and services to students, faculty, and staff. 
  • Participate in staff meetings, pre-semester trainings, and professional development opportunities.

Position Qualifications

  • Cumulative Brockport GPA of 2.5 or greater (must be maintained throughout duration of employment)
  • Good disciplinary standing at time of application and throughout tenure as a Student Health Advocate
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills, a passion for community development, and a desire to positively impact campus culture
  • A strong interest in health, student affairs, student leadership, or related areas.

Remuneration

  • $8.75 per hour, 8 to 10 hours per week (approximately $1,300 a semester)
  • Leadership and professional development opportunities

Time Commitments and Requirements

  • Weekly responsibilities require 8 to 10 hours per week

Office hours will be selected during pre-semester training; some evening and weekend hours may be required with notice

  • Participation in pre-semester training sessions (August 23-29, 2015 and January 21-22, 2016)

Participation in all training sessions is required.  Students serving in other student leader roles requiring pre-semester training may not be eligible for the Student Health Advocate position.

  • Participation in weekly staff meetings 

 

Select Respect Peer Educator Job Description

Position Description (Not Currently Accepting Applications).

Select Respect Peer Educators are dynamic undergraduate students who contribute to the Prevention and Outreach Services’ mission of Making Health Contagious on The College at Brockport campus through their work in the Center for Select Respect.  In collaboration with Prevention and Outreach Services professionals, graduate student staff, and campus and community partners, Select Respect Peer Educators are responsible for: 

  • Develop and implement peer-led programs related to building a campus culture of respect on topics including healthy relationships, sexual assault prevention, relationship violence prevention, rape culture, campus safety, stalking prevention and bystander intervention (EagleCHECK).
  • Serve as an EagleCHECK facilitator. 
  • Collaborating with campus and community partners on programs and events that contribute to the development and maintenance of a safe, healthy and respectful campus community that utilizes prosocial bystander behaviors.
  • Recruiting and engaging peers in prevention programs and healthy activities on topics related to relationship violence prevention.
  • Serving as a resource person regarding college health topics and services to students, faculty and staff.
  • Promoting dialogue that dispels common myths related to violence and decreases the prevalence of gender role stereotypes.
  • Actively participating in staff meetings, personal and group development initiatives throughout the year. 

 

Last Updated 2/2/15