Health Nut Media Arts Internship
We need a creative, bright, new talent who can dip their toe in a bit of everything media! Looking for real experience with deadlines, layouts, and team leading? Do your eyes blur/burn/dry out after staring at an editing screen? Do you daydream ironic T-shirt designs? Do you nerd out on Photoshop/Premiere every so often? Behind a camera are you nosey/approachable/sure of yourself? Be our intern for credit... and get paid! Need: Positive attitude, filming, editing, and graphic design skills. E-mail your résumé with a link to your portfolio web site to email@example.com with the subject line "HEALTH NUT MEDIA ARTS INTERNSHIP". Application deadline is Saturday, April 19 at midnight.
SHAC advises Curry Health Center administration on the operations, programs and functions of the health center. The objective of SHAC is to bring forth students' needs and concerns in order to promote and encourage positive programs to meet these needs and concerns as well as being an ambassador on campus for Curry Health Center. SHAC meets once a month during the Spring and Fall semesters over dinner provided by Curry Health Center. To learn more about SHAC, please contact Linda Green.
Who can be a SHAC member?Any one who is a registered student at the University can be on SHAC. We are always seeking individuals who have an interest in campus health needs and issues. SHAC meets once a month to discuss:
- Services and programs
- Proposed changes
- Student insurance
- Web site
SARC Advocates are students who get involved in creating positive change on UM's campus while learning valuable skills in crisis intervention and advocacy. For more information, visit the SARC Advocate web page.
Peers Reaching Out (PROs)
PROs is a class offered for credit for those seeking how to teach others about living well and staying healthy on campus. For more information on how to get involved check the Wellness PROs web page.