Reed's Community Wellness Program collaborates across departments with staff, faculty and students to offer outreach activities and promote resources aimed to enhance student wellness and foster a culture of wellbeing at Reed. Program offerings focus on topics such as stress management, mental health, physical activity, and harm reduction.
Community Wellness provides support for student wellbeing with the help of two teams of student employees: Peer Health Advocates and Night Owls. These ~20 students work compassionately and creatively to implement inclusive outreach programming and connect students with wellness resources that help Reedies find balance and stay safe during their time at Reed (and beyond)!
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The Community Wellness office is looking for a student for the position of CWP intern. This student position will focus on project coordination and promotion, data management, and administrative support for the office. Applicants must be enthusiastic about the program and taking on creative projects; possess strong organizational, time-management, and communication skills; be accountable and detail-oriented; demonstrate willingness to ask for help when needed; and relish checking tasks off of a list.