ASAP Internship & Volunteer Opportunities

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ASAP Internship & Volunteer Opportunities

ASAP Coordinator, Susan Stahley, frequently gets requests from students regarding volunteer opportunities. There are many ways students can assist with the ASAP mission of promoting, supporting, and encouraging healthy living behaviors and empowering community members to actively participate in creating a campus that is free from sexual and relationship violence.

  1. Become a member of Rider’s Student Organization: REACH (Real Education About College Health). This SGA student organization is made up of undergraduate students who are committed to educating their campus community on health-related college issues. Members of REACH assist ASAP with programming as they are able in addition to creating their own health initiative programs.
  2. Consider doing an internship with ASAP, either for academic credit or a resume builder.
  3. Interested in volunteering with the ASAP Office? Consider becoming a Wellness Ambassador.
  4. Attend the Peer Institute, an annual conference held at TCNJ, to gain knowledge on college health issues and meet with other peer education groups to share and receive new programming ideas. Conference attendees leave as a Certified Peer Health Educator.

Email Susan Stahley for more information.