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Student Employment


GatorWell is committed to bringing on enthusiastic, health conscious and talented students, across all majors/disciplines. We appreciate the diversity of the skills and passions the campus community has to offer and know that students add value to and drive the important work we do every day. GatorWell is dedicated to ensuring that our students' work experiences contribute to success in the classroom by linking work at GatorWell to academic, professional, social and personal development. Keep an eye out on our social media channels for hiring opportunities: UFGatorWell on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter!

Graduate Outreach Coordinator

GatorWell is seeking an enthusiastic, outgoing, motivated and health conscious graduate student to promote wellness and learning around a variety of health topics by assisting in the coordination and day to day logistics of the GatorWell Health Hut.  Those applying will need to be comfortable in supporting the supervision of a team of undergraduate student Wellness Educators.  Those applying must be able to start as soon as possible, ideally early spring term 2019 and be able to commit to 20 hours a week in Spring 2019, Summer 2019, Fall 2019 and Spring 2020.  Graduate students of any major are welcome to apply. You can get more information, including full job descriptions, and apply at http://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/cw/en-us/job/509554/graduate-outreach-coordinator-i



STRIVE Lead Peer Educator I

STRIVE (Sexual Trauma/Interpersonal Violence Education) at GatorWell is seeking an enthusiastic and outgoing graduate student to promote interpersonal violence prevention through campus presentations and outreach. STRIVE educates, inspires and empowers UF students to actively participate in creating a campus community that is free from interpersonal violence. Those applying will need to be comfortable talking about sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, sex positivity, consent to sexual activity, rape culture, rape myths, the effects of intersectional identities on survivors of interpersonal violence, bystander intervention, and healthy relationship skills. Applicants must be able to actively engage students and encourage participation in outreach activities. Applicants must also be comfortable fielding questions around sensitive and controversial issues. Students of all gender identities, ethnicities and degree programs are welcome to apply, though students with a background or current graduate work in the following areas will be strongly considered: public health, health education and promotion, psychology, counseling and counselor education, sociology, communication, higher education/educational leadership, or women’s studies.



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