Building Healthy Triton Leaders
The Well-being Leadership Award encourages students to be leaders in health & well-being. The award is designed to teach students new wellness and leadership skills that promote healthy lifestyle choices.
Sign up will begin Week 2 of Fall Quarter, 2019 on October 9th.
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All UCSD students who want to achieve a more balanced and healthy lifestyle, as well as develop desirable and marketable traits sought by employers.
Students can start the program anytime throughout the academic year until Week 5 of Spring Quarter. However, it is recommended to begin the program in the Fall so you have as much time as possible to attend the workshops and complete all the requirements.
Once you sign-up for the award, you can start attending workshop as soon as possible. The deadline to submit all award requirements in Friday, Week 10 of Spring Quarter.
1. Attend one program that fulfills each area in the 8 Dimensions of Well-being for a total of 8 programs. Check out the current schedule here.
a. Emotional Wellness
b. Environmental Wellness
c. Financial Wellness
d. Intellectual Wellness
e. Occupational Wellness
f. Physical Wellness
g. Spiritual Wellness
h. Social Wellness
2. Attend 2 programs under Leadership Development.
3. Keep track of the programs attended using the Progress Tracker.
a. This documentation serves as confirmation of your attendance at workshops.
b. You may only fulfill one area per program that you attend even though many programs can fulfill a variety of areas. (e.g. Therapy Fluffies can fulfill either Emotional or Social wellness, but not both).
4. Write a reflection paper after attending all required programs.
5. Submit Progress Tracker and Reflection paper to Zone Program Manager, Zarah Rubio, at email@example.com.
6. Complete the Exit Evaluation.
Students who complete all program requirements will receive the following:
a. Validation of Co-Curricular Record (CCR)
b. Certificate of Achievement
c. UC San Diego padfolio
d. Personalized letter of congratulations from Director of Health Promotion Services
e. Tips of how to make the most of the award
Students will also gain:
a. Desirable and marketable skills for use in future career opportunities
b. Earn an award worthy of mention in resumes, portfolios, and job interviews
c. Improve leadership and communication skills
d. Learn how to best manage health and well-being
e. Meet new people and build networking skills
f. Improve social interaction skills
g. Learn about on-campus well-being resources
Questions? Click here for a list of Frequently Asked Questions.
Have a question that’s not listed? Contact the Program Manager, Zarah Rubio, at firstname.lastname@example.org.