The Wellbeing Ambassador Program has existed since 2018, with 100+ students being trained and contributing to mental health initiatives and events at Flinders during this time. You may have seen some of them present at events like R U OK? Day – see the 2019 Ambassadors below!

The Wellbeing Ambassador Program is for students at Flinders University interested in contributing to student wellbeing. Wellbeing Ambassadors will be provided with free training, engage with students during wellbeing events, and contribute to numerous wellbeing initiatives. The program is linked with the Flinders Horizon Professional Award and you will be awarded points towards the certificate according to how many hours you contribute as a Wellbeing Ambassador.



  • Championing mental health and wellbeing events such as R U OK? Day and Uni Mental Health Week.
  • Co-developing and promoting mental health campaigns like the Good Vibes Experiment.
  • Developing and delivering social media content via Oasis Instagram and Facebook pages.
  • Providing consultation to Health, Counselling and Disability Service to support responsiveness to student needs.
  • Supporting student wellbeing initiatives and developing your own initiatives.
  • Attending free training.
  • Contributing to regular Wellbeing Ambassador meetings.


Wellbeing Ambassadors are required to complete 4 compulsory wellbeing trainings and have the opportunity to complete other training such as Mental Health First Aid, Accidental Counsellor and SafeTalk. All have Horizon Points attached and free food. Delish!

In addition there will be regular meetings, as well as events to contribute to throughout the year. Many of these are shaped by your ideas, and others are simply you engaging with students and encouraging them to access support services.



Applications for the program are now closed.

If you are interested in other volunteering opportunities at Oasis, check out Flinders Mates and the Flinders Community Market.

If you have any questions, please drop into Oasis, or contact





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