CERIPH Volunteering in Health Promotion
Applications are now open for student volunteers at CERIPH. The CERIPH Volunteering in Health Promotion program was developed to provide opportunities for health promotion undergraduate and postgraduate students to further develop their research and practice skills within the field of health promotion and public health. Students who participate in the Volunteering in Health Promotion program are provided opportunities to work alongside experienced and well-recognised staff at CERIPH to participate in realworld research, evaluation, consultancy and service delivery.
Projects have included supporting CERIPH communications such as developing social media posts, enewsletters, stakeholder lists and website updates; contacting stakeholders and participating in meetings; survey design and implementation; focus groups and interviews; literature reviews; data analysis; and knowledge translation including developing videos, writing journal articles and evidence summaries.
Curtin University students who volunteer with CERIPH are also able to participate in the Curtin Extra Program. Curtin Extra is the university’s official form of recognition for students who have made significant contributions to co-curricular programs. Participation in these programs is aimed to enhance your personal and professional development, and to provide unique and enriching experiences while studying at Curtin. Sign up here.
To find out more about being a CERIPH volunteer, click here.