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.

Clubs

  • AED Honor Society: Aed.sbu@gmail.com
  • Alternative Spring Break Outreach: Asbosbu@gmail.com
  • American Red Cross at SB: sburedcross@gmail.com
  • Biomedical Engineering Society: stonybrookbmes@gmail.com
  • C-CERT: Campus Community Emergency Response Team: sbccert@gmail.com
  • SBU Circle K International: SBUCIRCLEK.PRES@GMAIL.COM
  • Community Service club: cscsbu@gmail.com
  • Global Brigades
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • SBVAC: Stony Brook Volunteer Ambulance Corps: office@sbvac.org
  • MAPS: Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students: Maps.premed4sbu@gmail.com
  • Minorities in Medicine: mimsbu@gmail.com
  • Pre-Dental Society: SBPreDental@gmail.com
  • Pre-Med Society: sbpremed@gmail.com
  • Pre-Physcian Assistant Club: prepasbu@yahoo.com
  • Pre-Physical Therapy: preptclubsbu@gmail.com
  • Sigma Beta Honor Society: sigmabetasbu@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate Biochemistry Society: ugradbiochemistry@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate Pharmacology Society: undergradpharm@gmail.com

 

Internships

Center for Prevention & Outreach Peer Education Groups:

CHILL: Program students participate in a course of research-based study - co-instructed by a health educator and a psychologist - to prepare them to conduct "experiential learning" workshops and peer outreach events to heighten awareness of issues related to mental health and wellness. Program curriculum focus: depression, crisis intervention, suicide prevention, stress reduction, body image and nutrition, program planning, public speaking.

CHOICE: Choosing Health Options In the Campus Environment Peer Education Internship consists of two semesters totaling six upper-division credits, offered by the Center for Prevention and Outreach (CPO) through the Health and Wellness Living Learning Center. CHOICE Peer Ed Internship offers both education and outreach skills building related to physical health and wellness.

Swallow This: Students dramatically portray the real-life alcohol and other drug related experiences of USB students as a way of educating on the consequences of substance misuse, abuse and dependence. This is a 3-credit/semester class (THR 351 Fall + THR 352 Spring). Students receive substance abuse education and theatrical training.

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.

SAFE: (Sexual Assault Facts & Education) is a six-credit (over the course of two semesters) Upper Division internship offered to students with a GPA of 2.5 and higher. The goal of this program is to educate students about the topic of sexual assault so that they can educate others.