Peer Well-Being Ambassadors
Calling All Students: Apply to Become a Peer Well-Being Ambassador!
Are you passionate about well-being and promoting a campus culture that supports each member of the WPI community? Apply to join us as a Peer Well-Being Ambassador (PWBA). You’ll work with CWB staff and within the WPI community to develop skills in group facilitation, community outreach, communication, and knowledge related to public health promotion and wellness. You’ll also have the option of becoming certified ProjectConnect Facilitators.
Questions? Email the Center for Well-Being at email@example.com.
*Please note that at this time the CWB is no longer hiring for the 2023/2024 Academic Year. If you are interested in a position with the CWB, applications are still being accepted and are reviewed on a rolling basis and in the order in which they are received. If openings become available throughout the year we will review applications that have already been submitted.
Meet our Peer Ambassadors and see why they love the Center for Well-Being:
Ella Agran ’25
“It's a welcoming place where I can rejuvenate.”
Fernanda Cálix '25
“It's all about helping others."
Dimitris Graikos ’25
“It is quiet and calming.”
Emily Leong ’26
“It's a space for peace.”
Thira Patel '24
"I feel a different kind of peace and calm in the CWB."
Maceo Richards '23
BS Data Science and MS Neuroscience
"Cultivating better mental health & mindfulness."
Edward Song '26
"It's a peaceful place for any students."
Tracy Yang '25
"It helps destigmatize mental illness."
Noah Bedard ’24
“It will help spread awareness and hope about mental health."
Jessica Feeney ’24
BS Mechanical Engineering and MS Business Management
“A safe place that changes the stigma behind mental illness.”
Amelia Jones ’26
“It's the most relaxing space on campus.”
Lily MacDonald ’24
“You can always find support.”
Viren Punjabi '24
"It is a very calming place."
Aarogya Rijal '26
"It is a place for self-care."
June Whittal '26
Interactive Media and Game Development
"It provides a safe space for whoever may need it!"
Hannah Belan ’25
MGD Undergrad and Fine Arts Masters
“It's an opportunity to give back to the WPI community."
Samuel Forero ’25
“It is the safest place for students emotions.”
Aseel Kambal ’25
“It's a designated space for students to take care of themselves mentally. Also, the water wall is the perfect and most soothing white noise.”
Lorena Nunes '24
"It's a safe space for everyone at any state."
Zarrin Rahman '25
"It's a designated and comfortable environment to take a break in."
Nixon Showalter '26
Computer Science and Data Science
"It's a safe space that contrasts the fast pace of campus."
Utku Mert Yakar '26
"It's a place for personal growth."