Campus Well-being has several volunteer positions we are looking to fill. Are you interested in getting involved on campus? Are you passionate about wellness? Please join our Volunteer Information Session to learn more about some exciting opportunities!
Info Session Details
Date: Wednesday, Sept. 21
Time: 12pm – 1pm
Location: Studio “A”, EMP Studios GM33, Notre Dame Campus, or catch the livestream
Contact Breanna Sawatzky to request an invitation.
Benefits of Volunteering
Upon completion of service, all volunteers will be provided a letter of verification and a certificate of service, and will be invited to an appreciation event. Volunteers who display exceptional service may request letters of recommendation for awards.
The Thrive Ambassador will promote Thrive Week in the hallways, library, and cafeteria by distributing print materials and striking up conversations with students. The ideal candidate is friendly in conversation, can communicate clearly, and is conscientious.
The volunteer will complete 10 hours of service, primarily during the month of November. All service is completed on campus with support from the Thrive planning group. Attending a one-hour orientation session is mandatory and is included in the 10 hours of service.
The Resource Promoter will use and enhance their communication skills, increasing student awareness and use of various mental health supports. In this role, the volunteer will promote resources by tabling in hallways, distributing print materials, and striking up conversations with students.
The volunteer will complete 10 hours of service, ideally one hour per month, October to April. All service is completed on campus with support from the Campus Mental Health Specialist. Attending a one-hour orientation session is mandatory and is included in the 10 hours of service.
Advisory Group Member
The Advisory Group Member will use and enhance their critical thinking and problem-solving skills, providing thoughtful critiques and formulating ideas for our Healthy Minds Healthy College Strategy. In this role, the volunteer will attend three two-hour meetings (November, January and March) where members share their perspectives, brainstorm ideas, and develop strategies to make RRC Polytech a health-promoting college.
The volunteer will complete 10 hours of service. All service is on campus with support from the Campus Mental Health Specialist. A one-on-one orientation meeting is mandatory and included in the 10 hours of service.
Student Intramural Coordinator
(Various Positions Available: Basketball, Volleyball, Futsal or Other)
The Student Intramural Coordinator(s) will use and enhance their leadership and event-management skills, by facilitating monthly intramurals in their sport of interest. The volunteer(s) will promote events by distributing print materials and striking up conversations with students. They will also facilitate event registration, game play, event set-up and take-down.
Each volunteer will complete up to 12 hours of service: approximately six hours in the fall term (Sept-Dec) and six hours in the winter term (Jan-Apr). A group orientation session is mandatory for all intramural coordinators, at which they will receive support and direction from the Sport and Fitness Supervisor.