SSAC offers students a variety of learning and leadership opportunities. SSAC trains graduate interns, peer health educators, peer advocates, and office assistants to help facilitate educational programs, provide direct support to students, volunteer at SSAC events, and/or work in the office.
SSAC can accommodate a wide variety of volunteer placements to meet your time commitments. We host one-time volunteers for various programs throughout the semester, in addition to accommodating semester long volunteer placements and internships for course credit. We are passionate about our work and we welcome equally passionate volunteers. Click on the links under “Get Involved” to explore current opportunities and applications for long-term volunteer placements.