Incorporating wellness in an MSU Club looks like many things. It’s being able to navigate resources, both on campus and in the community. It involves recognizing volunteers both in and out of meetings. It means sharing best practices and experiences. Being able to add a wellness lens to your club events and campaigns. By designating a Well-Being Liaison to your club, you can be part of a building a more caring McMaster community.
The Well-Being Liaison is an optional, additional role for a club executive or president. They promote wellness within your clubs program, your executive team, and the McMaster community.
Promote wellness within your community:
Designate a well-being liaison
Receive wellness training
Share ideas and collaborate with others
Commit to health and wellness in your program planning
During the term, Liaisons can participate in:
Community of Practice Meetings, where Liaisons can connect with peers across campus during the school year.
Additional training on more specific topics based in part on the groups that are in the CCN.
To learn more about the Caring Communities Network, email Taryn Aarssen (MPH) at email@example.com.