Develop and coordinate educational programs and alcohol-free alternatives. Attend and participate in meetings, trainings, workshops. Keep office hours and programming committees. Provide programs during the evening hours and some weekends. Collaborate with students, faculty and staff on a variety of health related issues. Represent the group and the University in any public area in an appropriate and professional manner. Model and lead a healthy lifestyle. Plan and facilitate presentations to the EKU student body. These programs may be in a classroom setting, in residence halls or at scheduled HEAT events which will be in the evening or weekends. Staying current on health related issues and become familiar with campus resources for students in need is necessary. Assist in evaluating goals, program efforts, outcomes, and offer insight and suggestions for future direction.
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Ability to utilize Micorsoft Office, make public presentations, plan programatic activities for Health Education Action Team, excellent written and verbal communication skills.
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