CWC AWARE Ambassador

Passionate about mental health? Apply to be a 2023-2024 AWARE Ambassador! AWARE Ambassadors help fight the stigma surrounding mental health by educating their fellow peers about available resources on campus and wellness tips. Students from all majors are welcomed and encouraged to apply to help shape mental health services that fit every student’s needs.

AWARE seeks to empower students with the skills necessary to better manage distresses such as stress, anxiety, and relationship issues through skill-based workshops and presentations. Ambassadors work with the CWC to offer presentations, tabling, as well as larger projects such as UFisAWARE and Gator-2-Gator peer counseling. It is a great opportunity to build leadership, personal, and public speaking skills while also being a part of a supportive and diverse team.

Applications are available at, open from July 1st and closing on Friday, September 8th, at 11:59 PM. If you are interested and have any questions, please feel free to contact the Recruitment and Elections Director (Calista Hidalgo:



Date: July 19, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Location: Marion Oaks Elementary, Fort King Middle School, and Lake Weir M


Date: July 24 & 26, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Location: Virtual
*Sign up for appointments here


Date: July 21, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Location: Norman 2043
*To register, email

Employment and Internship Opportunities

Language Assistant - English Language Institute

Description: Want to gain experience working with international students? The English Language Institute is currently accepting language assistant applications for its Fall C term from August 30th  – December 14th. Language assistants act as peer leaders for our English learners and lead outdoor conversational activities for a group of 10-15 international students and also interact with them at fun events! This is a paid student assistant position designed for undergraduate students.
Application: If you would like to apply or want more information, please contact Tate Quinones at or visit Matherly Hall Room 211. Applications will be due July 31st.

Florida Museum Undergraduate Internship

Description: The Florida Museum is now accepting applications now for the Fall 2023 Florida Museum Undergraduate Internship Program, aimed at reaching UF students from a variety of majors and backgrounds. This award program seeks to support undergraduate students by facilitating their work on museum-based internship projects. Internships are to be focused on gaining experience in collections work, laboratory analysis, and/or fieldwork.
Pay Rate: Awards supporting up to 80 hours of work at $17.00/hr will be funded.  We anticipate funding for eight students, with support coming from the Department of Natural History, the Department of Education and Public Programs, and iDigBio.
Application: For more information and the application procedure, please visit: The deadline for applications is July 23.

Primary Teacher - Chaffee Trail Elementary

Description: See the flyer below for details.
Application: To apply, please contact or call the school directly.

UF Active Learning Program - Internship & Research Program

Description: Are you looking for an education internship or research position in the Fall 2023 semester and interested in developing your personal-professional skillsets? The Active Learning Program (ALP) is a 1-semester internship and research program that connects eager, well-trained undergraduate students with UF faculty and community mentors engaged in internship and research projects. Interested students apply to be enrolled in the 3-credit Active Learning Program IDS4940 course where they will earn valuable, mentored internship and research experience; develop their personal-professional strengths, values, mission, and brand; build their professional and interpersonal skillsets in collaboration, communication, and conflict management; and create professional deliverables to be used in their internships and as an early career professional. View our internship and research opportunities

For education oriented students, we recommend paying special attention to these projects:

  • Center for Precollegiate Education & Training Internship
  • Children Beyond Our Borders Internship
  • Continuing Education for Certified Pesticide Applicators Internship
  • Discovering the Glades: School-based 4-H Programming Internship
  • Engaging Farmers in Agricultural Best Management Practices through Virtual Extension Programs Internship
  • Family Resource Management Internship
  • GNV Bridge Library Program Expansion Internship
  • Innovative Education Internship
  • Pleasant Street Historical Research & Museum Programming 
  • Promoting Cost-Share Programs for Land Conservation Internship
  • Natural Resources Extension & Outreach to Hispanic Communities
  • Reading Pals Internship
  • Read a Recipe for Literacy
  • Respect Me Project Internship
  • Seminole County 4-H Volunteer Engagement
  • Supporting Environmental Education Internship
  • UF/IFAS Extension Demonstration Garden Internship
  • UF/IFAS Extension Waste Reduction (Green Sports) Internship

Application: You can learn more about the ALP and apply through our application:

Part-Time Research Opportunity

<strong>Description:</strong> <em>See the flyer below for details.</em>
<strong>Application</strong>: Use the QR code above to apply.

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Behavior Analyst - Gilchrist County School District

Description: Please see the flyer below.Application: To apply, email Mandy Brock at

School Psychologist - Gilchrist County School District

Description: Please see the flyer below.

Application: Apply by completing an application at

Services and Volunteer Opportunities

Balance 180 Summer Camp

Description: Balance 180 summer camp provides a great learning experience for student volunteers. All of our volunteers work 1-1 or 2-1 with the participating campers in various activities, including gymnastics time, crafts, and games. The athletes have a variety of disabilities, including Autism, Down Syndrome, ADD/ADHD, and Cerebral Palsy, among others. The camp will be offered from July 10th to July 28th and will be held Monday – Friday from 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM. Volunteers can select the days and hours that they can join us, so that it works for their schedule.

How to Volunteer: Please fill out the following Google Form for more information:

Mentors for Westwood & Howard Bishop Middle School

Description: Our names are Bella and Adrienne and we run an organization here at UF called Women Building Women. We mentor 60+ at risk girls in underserved middle schools here in Gainesville and have had enormous success with our program.

As we formed these relationships with school administrators, we are constantly getting asked the question– do you know any groups that do similar things for male students? This fall, we are hoping to fill the dire need for male mentors in Westwood and/or Howard Bishop Middle School. Female mentors are encouraged to apply through our regular application cycle in September!

Our goal is to start with a small group of 15+ male mentors. They would be subject to a brief interview process before completing 1 hour of training initially and 4 throughout the semester.
How to Volunteer: If you are interested in becoming a male mentor, we strongly encourage you to reach out to us individually at 

Children Beyond Our Borders

Description: Children Beyond Our Borders is a nonprofit organization that runs a variety of programs for our mission to eliminate barriers to education for children locally and in Latin America. The mentorship program, the Triunfadores College Prep Program (CPP), aims to provide educational resources for low-income, migrant, and otherwise disadvantaged K-12 students in Alachua County through weekly, one-on-one tutoring sessions with college students and volunteers.
How to Volunteer: For more information about this program and the volunteer application, please visit If you would like more information on our organization as a whole, please visit our Facebook page ( or website (

Tutoring and Childcare

Signature Academics Tutor

Description: Signature Academics is in need of a tutor that is either Wilson or Orton Gillingham trained to work with a student located near the WEC showgrounds in Ocala. The student is a sixth grade female diagnosed with ADHD and dyslexia.
Contact: Interested applicants should email their resume to Laura Atkinson at for consideration.

CityLight Church Children’s Ministry - Childcare Workers and Teachers

Description: Childcare and teaching opportunities for CityLight Church’s children’s ministry, ages from 3 months through 5th grade. Join an awesome team working with kids in a safe, fun and energetic environment.
Hours: 4-7 hours/week
Schedule: Sundays, 8:00am – 1:00pm, other hours may be available during the week.
Pay Rate: $12/hour
Website: Learn more about CityLight Church at
Contact: Send Lauren Phillips an email at to introduce yourself and include your resume. We are excited to meet you!

STEPs for Success Tutors

Description: STEPs for Success is looking for tutors for elementary, middle, and high school students. Tutoring/Teaching experience required.
Pay: $20 per hour
HoursTutors-at least 4 hours a week (more hours are available upon request)
Schedule: Flexible, afternoon/evenings 3-4 days a week Monday through Friday are highly preferred
Contact: Interested? Questions? Please send an email with your resume to Stephanie (Tutor Director) at