Student Involvement Opportunities
Campus Recreation Program Advisory Board
Provide suggestions to the Department of Campus Recreational Services (CRS) for program planning, operations and initiatives, and assist in developing the highest possible quality of life for the diverse needs of our University community.
Contact at email@example.com
Student Health Advisory Committee
Enhance the health and wellness programs available to students through the Decker Student Health Services Center by advising about issues not limited to, types of services, accessibility, and educational needs/programs.
Students interested in joining should contact Health and Counseling Services at 777-2221. To view the annual report for 2014-15, click here.
Mental Health Outreach Peer Educators (M-HOPE) Internship
Impact and change campus culture around topics of mental health and wellness through outreach services including one-on-one interactions with peers, campus-wide initiatives, programs and workshops for campus groups, and other support of the University Counseling Center and its mission.
For more information, click here.
Group Fitness Internship (Spring semester only) - 90 hours, 3 credits
Become a trained and certified group fitness instructor for Campus Recreational Services.
Learn more here.
Outdoor Pursuits Internship
Be trained to lead groups through problem solving games, as well as low and high element ropes course elements. Experience helpful but not necessary.
Personal Training Internship (Fall semester only) - 120 hours, 4 credits
Become a trained and certified personal trainer for Campus Recreational Services.
REACH (Real Education About College Health) peer education program - 4 credits
Heighten fellow students' awareness and understanding of health issues that directly affect their lives such as alcohol and other drugs, tobacco use, social life, HIV/AIDs, sexuality, self-esteem, peer pressure, relationships and healthy decision making.
Nutrition and Fitness Internship - 2 or 3 credits
Function as a peer educator to fellow Binghamton students through communication and presentation on topics including nutrition, fitness, body image, and eating disorders.
20:1 Sexual Assault Peer Education Internship (Year long) - 4 credits
Learn about sexual assault, prevention, victim empathy, sexual consent, bystander behavior, peer education and oral presentation skills. Engage in class discussion, orally present learned material, and design creative approaches to presenting the material at officially planned peer education sessions.
20:1 Bystander Intervention Internship (Year long) - 4 credits
(Sister Program to 20:1 Sexual Assault Prevention Program)
Learn about Bystander Intervention, sexual assault prevention, domestic violence, hate crimes/bullying, hazing and other incidents of potential situations of interpersonal violence where there might be opportunity for Bystander Intervention.