Wellness and Health Ambassador Rubric

Role Description

Wellness and Health Ambassadors play a pivotal role in promoting physical, mental, and emotional well-being among the student body. They organize virtual wellness programs, provide information on health resources, and create initiatives that encourage a healthy lifestyle. Their efforts are aimed at fostering a supportive and health-conscious online learning community.


  • Design and implement virtual wellness and health workshops, such as online fitness classes, nutrition seminars, mental health webinars, and stress management sessions.
  • Share reliable health and wellness resources, including informational articles, videos, and tips for maintaining a healthy lifestyle while engaging in online studies.
  • Facilitate virtual support groups or discussion forums on wellness topics, offering a platform for students to share experiences and support each other.
  • Collaborate with health professionals and counselors to provide expert-led sessions or direct students to professional support when needed.
  • Advocate for student wellness needs and provide feedback to the institution on how to improve student health services and resources.

Expected Behaviors

  • Proactive Initiative: Take the initiative to identify student wellness needs and develop programs or resources to address them.
  • Empathy and Support: Offer a supportive presence, encouraging students to prioritize their well-being and seek help when needed.
  • Inclusivity: Ensure that wellness programs are inclusive and accessible to all students, accommodating diverse needs and backgrounds.
  • Confidentiality: Maintain privacy and confidentiality in discussions related to health and personal well-being.
  • Commitment to Health: Model healthy behaviors and practices, serving as a positive role model for the student community.

Performance Metrics

  1. Program Engagement and Participation
    • Number and variety of wellness programs and initiatives implemented.
    • Student participation rates in wellness events and activities.
    • Feedback from participants on the impact and quality of wellness programs.
  2. Resource Accessibility and Utilization
    • Quantity and quality of health and wellness resources provided to students.
    • Usage rates of shared resources and student feedback on their usefulness.
    • Regular updates and expansions of resource offerings based on evolving student needs.
  3. Support Group and Community Building
    • Successful establishment and facilitation of virtual support groups or forums.
    • Levels of engagement and interaction within these groups.
    • Participant feedback on the sense of community and support gained from involvement.
  4. Professional Collaboration and Referrals
    • Instances of effective collaboration with health professionals and counselors.
    • Number of referrals made to professional support services and follow-up outcomes.
    • Feedback from professionals and students on the effectiveness of collaborations and referrals.
  5. Wellness Advocacy and Institutional Feedback
    • Contributions to advocating for student wellness needs within the institution.
    • Implementation of changes or improvements based on ambassador feedback.
    • The overall impact on institutional wellness policies and resources.

Evaluation Frequency

  • Formal evaluations should be conducted at the end of each academic semester to assess the ambassadors’ effectiveness in promoting wellness and health.
  • Regular, informal feedback sessions should also take place to provide ongoing support to ambassadors and adapt programs to meet current student wellness needs.

Personal Information

Professional Background

Ministry, Ambassador or Outreach Experience

e.g. good, bad, fair
e.g. social media, school. ministry

Interest and Motivation

Availability and Commitment

Clear Signature