Student health is closely connected to the student community. On campus, students influence and are influenced by other students. Student Health Advocates enter the campus community with a commitment to engage others in dialogue about the critical personal, social, and cultural, questions which affect their overall well-being.
Health Advocate training provides a learning context to dialogue about the challenges to student health and well-being on our campus. You will gain skills and knowledge about:
- Issues related to good health.
- Health within the larger cultural context.
- Issues specific to student health at Rutgers-Camden.
- Health promotion and intervention techniques.
Training can be received on an individual basis, or as part of the school curriculum for course credit. If you have questions about becoming a Student Health Advocate, call 856-225-6005, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to become a Student Health Advocate, fill out and submit the following application. This position is on a volunteer basis, and you would not be receiving payment for your work.