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Health Promotion Graduate Assistantship Opportunities

Now accepting applications for graduate assistant positions in Student Health Service

Health Promotion Graduate Assistant (with emphasis in substance use education and overall well-being)
Purpose of the Position: Responsible for assisting the Health Promotion Coordinator with the development, implementation, and evaluation of prevention programming related to substance use education, mental health and suicide awareness along with overall well-being for NDSU students.

Click here for full job description and application requirements.
Position open until filled. 

Health Promotion Graduate Assistant (with emphasis on sexual assault prevention)
Purpose of the Position: Responsible for assisting the Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy Coordinator to develop, implement, and evaluate education and prevention programming for NDSU students.

Click here for full job description and application requirements.
Position open until filled. 

Please contact Assistant Director of Health Promotion, Emily Hegg for questions or more information. 

 

Health Promotion Values:

  • Education: We understand the reciprocal relationship between learning and health.
  • Collaboration: We engage with other NDSU services and resources to foster and promote a cohesive and transparent campus climate that supports health and well-being.
  • Community: We understand that health goes beyond the individual to include the cultural, institutional, socioeconomic and political influences that comprise community.
  • Future: We understand the importance of health over the long-term in building the capacity of individuals and communities to reach their potential.
  • Prevention: We strive to avoid and reduce preventable health risks and illness.
  • Support: We serve as a resource and network to foster healthy choices, lifestyles and environments.
  • Holistic well-being: We understand that health has multiple dimensions, and we promote holistic health and wellness. 

For inquiries about health promotion, programs or events, please email ndsu.healthpromotion@ndsu.edu 
or contact the Assistant Director of Health Promotion, Emily Hegg at emily.hegg@ndsu.edu or 701.231.8560

 


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North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-7331/ Fax: (701) 231-6132
Campus address: Wallman Wellness Center 102
Physical/delivery address: 18th Street and Centennial Blvd., Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 2842 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
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