Health & Wellbeing Ambassadors

HWA

The Health and Wellbeing Ambassadors (HWA) is a professional development opportunity for students passionate about health and wellbeing. 

Working in partnership with the UNSW Health Promotion Unit (HPU), students are given the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in real-world projects that make a difference in the health and well-being of UNSW students and the university environment. HWAs work with the HPU to co-design and deliver online and face-to-face health and wellbeing initiatives that are informed by student needs, perspectives and experiences. The program is accredited by UNSW Advantage, and volunteer contribution is recorded on AHEGS statements upon graduation. 

Students gain experience in:

  • peer education 
  • health advocacy
  • campaign management
  • communications and content creation
  • event management

HWA Structure

HWAs are coordinated by the HWA Central team which are paid positions and are responsible for coordinating the deliverables for each area of the health portfolio. The Central team positions are AHEGS Acredited and positions are held for one year. 

View the Position Description and application links below: 

Health and Wellbeing Ambassador Structure Diagram

 

 

HWA Central Team

Applications for Term 1 2023 are now open, to apply for the above listed positions complete the EOI form via the button below. 

 

Central Team Applications

HWA Volunteers

Applications for the HWA Volunteer team are taken throughout the year. Follow the link below to view the HWA position descriptions and apply to join the volunteer program via the button below. 

HWA Volunteer
AHEGS Accreditation
Mental Health First Aid Training
Term of Engagement: 1 Year (opportunity to extend)

 

Volunteer Applications


Accreditation

  • Accredited by UNSW Advantage = Yes
    (For recognition on Australia Higher Education Graduation Statement)

Availability of activity

All year round

Type of activity

Community volunteering, Student ambassadors

Interest area / Advantages

Serve society, Value diversity, Foster collaboration, Champion sustainability

Skills required and/or developed

Academic & scholarly skills, Cross-cultural & global citizenship, Event & project management, Interpersonal & communication, Leadership, Organisational & time management, Team work & networking


Contacts and more information

Contact for further information

Madhav Raman

Health Promotions Engagement Officer

[email protected]


For more information about co-curricular activities, see UNSW Advantage.

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