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Volunteering with Be Well

Applications will open soon for the 2015-16 team (Start in September 2015)
Apply online before February 9th, 2014
Why should I volunteer?
            Be well offers many different volunteer programs which can help you learn strategies for you own success, enhance your communication and presentation skills, plus put you in touch with other students who have similar interests.
Check out our different volunteer programs:
Peer Health Educators teach & promote health and wellness strategies to Queen’s students.
If your interest is Health Promotion, as a Peer Health Educator (PHE) you can help plan, implement, and evaluate health outreach programs in residence and on campus. PHEs do presentations, interactive displays, walk-arounds on topics such as stress management, healthy eating, physical activity, sleep and promoting balanced lifestyles. 
Campus Observation Room volunteers reduce potential harm to intoxicated students by monitoring them under the supervision of a Detox worker.
If your interest is safe alcohol use, you can participate in COR – the Campus Observation Room, an on-site detox centre. COR volunteers assess and monitor intoxicated students under the supervision of a trained Detox worker.
Leave the Pack Behind volunteers and PAID student staff promote smoking cessation and awareness of issues related to smoking tobacco and other substances.
In Leave the Pack Behind, you’ll participate in displays and walk-arounds on campus to raise awareness about issues related to smoking and provide resources and support to students interested in quitting or cutting down on smoking.
 How do I apply to volunteer?

Apply online before February 9th, 2015 to be part of the 2015-16 BeWell team.


Queen's Heath, Counselling and Disabilities Services

Queen's Heath, Counselling and Disabilities Services, Queen's University