Health & Wellness Promotion
Health & Wellness Promotion at Winona State University's Health & Wellness Services coordinates a wide range of educational and outreach activities to promote the health and well-being of WSU and Southeast Tech students, including educational sessions, workshops, volunteer and internship opportunities and consultation and training.
Health & Wellness Services is Seeking Returning Student Volunteers for Orientation Fall 2017!
Health & Wellness Services is in search of 60 volunteer facilitators for a one-time leadership role during Orientation Week 2017. This health education initiative is an effort put forth by several departments on campus to education new students on alcohol and other drugs, mental health concerns, gender-based violence, ways to balance social life and work, and other important issues in the lives of college students.
This prevention effort works to meet students where they are to speak openly in a small group setting about these important topics. We believe the best way for students to receive this information is from experts on the subject - you!
Volunteers will need to be available Thursday August 17th from 8-11:30am. For more information please read Orientation Volunteer Facilitator FAQs (PDF).
Wellness Wednesdays are modeled by a nation-wide campaign from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health's Healthy Mondays. Programs are co-sponsored by Health & Wellness Services and Counseling & Wellness Services. All programs focus on increasing awareness, empowerment and action within WSU's 7 Dimensions of Wellness. Students from WSU and Minnesota Southeast Technical College are encouraged to attend.
If you have any questions about this program, please contact Health Promotion at email@example.com.
The Health Promotion Order-In Programs are coordinated and conducted by a team expert faculty, staff and/or student leaders from the areas of Health, Counseling & Wellness Services. Order In Programs are a great easy way to present important health topics to your organization, club or living community. These are not your run of the mill programs like lectures, but instead are face paced interactive presentations on a wide variety of health topics focusing on prevention, awareness and skill building to help each participant reach their highest potential wellness.