Job #: 100033
Location: University Health Service (UHS)
Department: University Health Service (UHS)
Rate: $14.00 to $16.00 (based on experience)
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Non-Work-Study Position
This is a unique opportunity to work at the intersection of college student well-being and campus diversity, equity, and inclusion work. The mission of the Well-being Network is to create a holistic campus wellness ecology grounded in social justice. We will do this by building capacity to integrate and achieve the Student Life learning outcomes and promote the integration of well-being into our shared work, with an emphasis on the intersection between wellness, DEI, and justice.
-Provide primary support for the U-M Well-being Network, a Student Life DEI action team connected to the Health and Wellness Collective Impact team and the DEI Thriving work
-Assist in maintaining agenda/minutes for Well-being Network meetings
-Assist with research and development of a toolkit for units to utilize in addressing the intersection between student well-being (personal and community) and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), which would include the following elements: programmatic, training, supervision, partnerships, etc.
-Additional opportunities: motivational interviewing, brief interventions, and holistic & inclusive wellness education
Educational value of this job: Build leadership skills, expand your diversity, equity, and inclusion knowledge, and increase your professional networks.
First or second year graduate student, preferably in Health Behavior/Health Education in the School of Public Health, Social Work, Public Policy or Higher Education Administration. Demonstrated interest and/or work in the area of intercultural competence, social justice education and social identity development. Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills. Demonstrated skill using Word/Excel/PowerPoint/google slides.
-10.0 to 15.0 hours per week
-Job availability: Winter only