GET INVOLVED WITH HEALTH PROMOTION
Looking for ways to get involved on campus? Health Promotion provides several ways to participate in prevention and education activities. In addition to the list below, you can check out our Programs, Services, and Events page for more opportunities to get involved with health and wellness.
Aggie Elevate is a peer education program dedicated to enhancing the overall health, balance, and success of the student body. Peer educators serve to support Health Promotion staff in educational programming and outreach activities.
Healthy Ag Ambassadors are students who have a passion for health and a heart for service. Ambassadors have the opportunity to help promote health and wellness to the Texas A&M University student body.
As an Ambassador, you will have the opportunity to assist with the marketing and outreach initiatives of University Health Services and Health Promotion.
Healthy Ag Ambassadors:
- Are Texas A&M University students
- Represent the above units at various events (a minimum of five hours per semester is preferred)
- Assist with preparation of events
- Participate in unit social media campaigns
- Promote unit events as well as services offered
- Commit to at least two semesters of service (preferred, not required)
Healthy Ag Ambassadors are expected to meet the above requirements. Applications will be accepted year-round and applicants will be updated on the status of their application within two weeks of submission. Once the maximum amount of Ambassadors are chosen for the program, remaining applicants will be notified and their application will be held for future openings. Ambassadors will be required to attend an orientation, hosted in the early fall and spring semesters.
For any Ambassador questions, please email email@example.com.
Interested in becoming a Healthy Ag Ambassador? Apply online.
Applications are currently closed.
Please check back for new opportunities in September! For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Promotion provides enriching internship & practicum opportunities to highly motivated, dependable students right here on campus! Students will work alongside Health Promotion Specialists to provide awareness and skill-building that encourages responsible, healthy decisions among college students; foster student engagement to achieve optimal health and academic achievement; and serve as a health and wellness resource for the Texas A&M University community. Internships and Practicums can consist of focusing on a specific project, or a more general learning experience.
Individuals interested in pursuing an internship or practicum experience with Health Promotion must be currently enrolled University students seeking credit hours for the internship/practicum. There is no requirement to seek academic credit, however, many students seek academic credit as part of this experience. If you are interested in obtaining course credit for your internship or practicum, you are expected to work with with your program coordinator or academic advisor to confirm requirements of the internship. Schedules and hours will vary based on the academic requirements being sought, and the project details. Most students work approximately 10-20 hours per week. All internships/practicums are unpaid unless otherwise stated. Internship/practicum spots are limited and based upon availability each semester.
Health Promotion typically has one to two internship spots available each semester. This availability is subject to change based on staffing, available projects, and office needs.
Ideal candidates for all internships will meet the following requirements:
- Currently enrolled as a Texas A&M University student
- Must be seeking academic credit for the internship/practicum
- Have excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to deliver quality customer service (online or in person)
- Have a professional attitude and friendly, positive approach
- Be a problem-solver and self-starter who enjoys working in a team-oriented environment
- Demonstrate an interest in Health Promotion’s overall mission and goals. Our mission statement can be found at http://hp.tamu.edu.
We are committed to diversity. It is our policy not to discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. Furthermore, we will maintain a work environment free from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
No current openings.