Student Involvement


Get Involved With CAPS

If you are interested in getting involved with CAPS and gaining experience in presenting mental health information, supporting CAPS events, developing your leadership skills or expanding your social media and marketing branding abilities and have an interest in reducing stigma around mental health, then one of these opportunities is for you.  Please download the forms and read how you can get involved.

CAPS is not currently accepting applications for our Peer Educator volunteers or the Social Media Internship. The application portal is now closed. Check back in a future semester to apply.


CAPS Student Outreach Coordinator – Paid Position 

CAPS Student Outreach Coordinator is a paid position at CAPS that is part of the CAPS outreach program.  This student works 10-15 hours a week, and helps to oversee, support, and coordinator the peer education program. This is in conjunction with CAPS Assistant Director of Outreach and a CAPS Staff member who is assigned to oversee the Student Outreach Coordinator. This is a valuable leadership experience and opportunity to grow. Typically Student Outreach Coordinators are upperclassmen or graduate students in mental health related fields, but all students are welcome to apply.

Recruitment Information: CAPS Student Outreach Peer Coordinator

Apply to be a Student Outreach Peer Coordinator here (This position is currently filled)


Peer Educators – Volunteer Position 

Peer Educators are volunteers who promote CAPS to students and campus departments. Peers educate the campus community on mental fitness and stress reduction. CAPS Peer Educators help guide students to the available resources on campus to help them stay mentally fit. The goal of the Peer Educator program  to connect with students to help reduce the stigma of seeking mental health services.

Find out more about the Peer Educator Program here

Recruitment Information: Peer educators description

Apply to be a Peer Educator here (These positions are currently filled)


Social Media Internship – Volunteer Position for class credit 

CAPS has partnered with Nicholson School of Communication to create a 1 semester internship with CAPS. CAPS is an internship site for students who are needing experience in creating and posting social media content to promote events and awareness days for mental health. This internship also provides a learning opportunity for social media engagement and branding/marketing strategies. This is a volunteer position for class credit. To see an example of our social media, please visit our Instagram page.

Recruitment Information:  Social Media Intern description

Apply to be a Social Media intern here. (These positions are currently filled)