Gator Health offers various peer health opportunities for students, which aim to increase a sense of belonging to the campus, develop and enhance professional development skills, and center student voices in services and programming.
CAPS Marketing Coordinator
Student Leaders manage CAPS’ social media and develop strategic campaigns to connect students to CAPS’ services and workshops.
The SAFE Place Peer Support Team
Student Leaders manage the SAFE Place’s social media and develop outreach programs and community spaces for survivors of marginalized identities.
The Ambassador Program is a volunteer program that provides opportunities for SF State students to be involved in health and wellness activities and support health promotion programs on campus.
Lead Ambassador Program
This is an advanced volunteer program where students volunteer for one semester, plan and manage program activities with a health educator and train new Ambassadors.
Student Leader Program
The Student Leader Program provides meaningful professional development training, networking, skill-building, and health education opportunities for SF State students. HPW student leaders work to build health education programming to raise awareness about health and wellness and provide SF State students with the tools and resources they need to make informed decisions about their wellbeing.
SHS Marketing Coordinator
Student Leaders manage SHS’s social media and develop strategic campaigns to connect students to SHS’s services and workshops.
Food+Shelter+Success is committed to the development of student-informed, data-driven basic needs programs and resources that promote health equity, student leadership, and a community of care.
Student employment opportunities currently offered:
- Basic Needs Programs Assistant
- CalFresh Programs Assistant
- FSS Community Engagement and Outreach Assistant
Student Health Advisory Committee
The Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) is a committee of students, staff, and faculty that advise the University on the delivery of health programs and services on campus with the goal of enhancing student health and wellness. Students make policy recommendations, review and make recommendations on the Student Health Services Fee budget, and recommend policy that promotes equitable and fair access to health programs.