SBU Clubs & Internships
Below you will find some clubs and internship opportunities at Stony Brook University that may be of interest to you. For a complete listing of clubs at Stony Brook please visit Student Activities.
- AED Honor Society: Aed.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Alternative Spring Break Outreach: Asbosbu@gmail.com
- American Red Cross at SB: email@example.com
- Biomedical Engineering Society: firstname.lastname@example.org
- C-CERT: Campus Community Emergency Response Team: email@example.com
- SBU Circle K International: SBUCIRCLEK.PRES@GMAIL.COM
- Community Service club: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Global Brigades
- Habitat for Humanity
- SBVAC: Stony Brook Volunteer Ambulance Corps: email@example.com
- MAPS: Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students: Maps.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Minorities in Medicine: email@example.com
- Pre-Dental Society: SBPreDental@gmail.com
- Pre-Med Society: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pre-Physcian Assistant Club: email@example.com
- Pre-Physical Therapy: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sigma Beta Honor Society: email@example.com
- Undergraduate Biochemistry Society: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Undergraduate Pharmacology Society: email@example.com
Opportunities for Students
- Student Health Advisory Committee
- Active Minds at Stony Brook
- Peer Education Internships
- QPR Gatekeeper Training
- AIDS Peer Education
Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)
Stony Brook University's award-winning SHAC has played an integral role in supporting and enhancing the services offered at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Student Health Services (SHS). Members of SHAC are actively involved in reviewing the Student Health Fee budget and recommending programs, services and initiatives to meet the needs of the student body. This club is open to all Stony Brook Students. For more information, or to join SHAC, check out the SHAC website, read the SHAC brochure or complete the membership form.
Active Minds is a national organization that seeks to change the perception of mental illness on college campuses. Student members work to destigmatize mental illness and connect students who are struggling with appropriate treatment. Stony Brook's chapter of Active Minds was established in 2009, and has been nationally recognized. To learn more, or to connect with e-board, visit their club page.
Peer Education Internships
CHILL (488 Internship credit, EXP+ or EXT, as approved by academic department)
The Chill Peer Education Internship is an experiential learning opportunity supporting student mental health. Chill Interns receive training, assessment and mentorship opportunities designed to engage peers in the conversation about mental health. To apply, complete the Chill/Choice Application.
Women's and Gender Studies Internship (WST 488, EXP+ or EXT)
This internship focuses on gender issues that impact student mental and physical health. Learn more about the WST Internship here.
CHOICE: Choosing Healthy Options In the College Environment (488 Internship credit, EXP+ or EXT, supported by Academic Department)
Interns support healthy choices in the college environment through outreach efforts and engagement. They seek to heighten awareness on issues frequently impacting their peers. To apply, complete the Chill/Choice Application.
QPR Gatekeeper Training
Are you interested in learning how to recognize and respond to suicidal crisis? QPR stands for Question, Persuade and Refer-- the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help prevent a suicide. People trained in QPR learn about the causes of suicidal behavior, how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis, and how to question, persuade and refer someone to help. QPR also instructs participants on how to get help for themselves. Register for a training here.
AIDS Peer Education
AIDS Peer Education (Campus Residences): AIDS Peer Education addresses issues of HIV transmission and risk reduction, including identifying opportunities to discuss risk and promote risk reduction, and supporting the process of behavior change. The core of the preparation is a two-course, two semester sequence for which students earn a total of six credits. As a result of being an AIDS Peer Educator, students will learn skills that will help them speak with their peers about risk reduction.