Student Employment

WesWell periodically has student positions available, which will be announced here and on the Student Employment Office Job Postings website. Questions may be directed to weswell@wesleyan.edu.

 

Application Process

Carefully review the position description and complete the online application form (if available) for the position in which you are interested. 

Paid Positions

Two types of paid positions exist within WesWell. They are:

Wes Well Intern

No positions are currently available. The four WesWell Interns serve as the leadership team who work closely with the Director of Health Education to oversee the Peer Health Advocates, a volunteer peer health education group.

WesBAM! Manager

No position is currently available. Serves as the primary supervisor for the WesBAM! collective. They are expected to serve as a leader and role model in their efforts, and to serve as an extension of the professional staff of WesWELL. Their work will support WesBAM's and WesWELL’s mission.

Volunteer Positions

Peer Health Advocate

The volunteer members of the Peer Health Advocates create and implement peer-led health education efforts on a variety of health issues, under the supervision of the WesWell Interns and the Director of Health Education. Two mandatory training weekends are held annually in the Fall and Spring semesters, with applications accepted only in the Fall. Click here for more detailed information on volunteering as a PHA.

Graduate Internships

These unpaid internship opportunities are intended for students currently enrolled in a graduate studies program and who possess an interest in gaining experience in college health promotion in a private university setting. They are designed to fit into for-credit internship and practicum requirements and are available only during the fall and spring semesters. Click on the links below to view a position description. Contact weswell@wesleyan.edu to discuss your candidacy and whether an internship experience with WesWell will meet the requirements of your program of study.