What does it mean to be a Champion?
The Healthy Herd Champions, a student wellness peer education program, is a group of students who work together to provide fun and engaging health and wellness programs and opportunities to NDSU students.
The Healthy Herd Champion students have been trained with the skills to successfully develop and implement programs, awareness campaigns, and outreach, connect students to other campus services, and serve as positive role models across the campus community. Review the 2017-2018 Healthy Herd Champion Program Handbook.
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*Health Promotion Graduate
Now Accepting Fall 2019 Applications
This Student Wellness Peer Education Program functions as an extension of Health and Wellness Promotion within NDSU Student Health Service. This volunteer position, beginning Fall 2019 for one academic year, is for students who are interested in educating themselves and their peers about relevant health and wellness topics for the NDSU campus with an emphasis on substance use and mental health. This program provides an opportunity to serve as a role model and leader to fellow students and encourage others to make responsible and healthy lifestyle choices.
For inquiries about the Healthy Herd Champions or programs and events, please contact the Health Promotion Coordinator, Kim Heazlett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 701.231.5131