We are looking for motivated UB students that want to get involved!
Fill out the application form, attach your resume, and bring it to the SBI office at 341 Student Union. Forms submitted by e-mail will not be accepted.
Application Deadline: TBA
SBI Health Education
The Health Education division provides a broad array of educational services to students in the area of human sexuality and health education. Program areas within the Health Education division are Counseling & Health Services, Safety Services, and Education/Awareness Activities. The staff is composed of trained professionals and students who perform the services. Students are responsible for acting as educators of health concerns, referring and counseling patients with questions regarding birth control and the consequences of human sexual behavior, as well as function as proactive coordinator who programs events which illustrate the concerns and ideas of the Health Education Division.
Sexual Health Educator
: Responsible for providing workshops, presentations, outreach, and awareness events in the area of healthy sexuality. Also provides confidential pregnancy testing/options counseling. Assists in training volunteers and new peer educators.
Must be open, empathic and interested in human services. Must have an ability to keep confidential information and respect patient client confidentiality. Must have the desire to help others. Must complete Peer Education Training provided by Health Education.
A bi-weekly stipend of $134.08, and a wealth of experience in dealing with issues of human sexuality. An opportunity to help others and to experience personal growth.
SBI Safety Service
The is a service designed to promote awareness of issues such as rape, sexual assault, and domestic violence within the university and outside community through educational and functional programs. The functional programming includes several safety walk stations around both campuses and a safety shuttle to the University Heights area. The educational portion includes workshops and awareness events focusing on sexual and domestic violence prevention.
Safety Shuttle Co-Supervisor
Responsible for coordinating Safety Shuttle services. Included in that task is the recruitment, training and scheduling work-study and volunteers who provide the services. Assist with programming and awareness events.
Must have good organizational, management, and communication skills. Must have valid driver license and be eligible for Van testing for Safety Shuttle positions only. Must be able to coordinate, schedule and organize a staff. Must complete Peer Education Training provided by Health Education.
Bi-weekly stipend of $138.28. The opportunity to use management and communication skills. The ability to coordinate a staff and develop leadership skills.