How to become involved with the Center for Well-Being

Employment Opportunities at the Center for Well-Being
The Center for Well-Being is invested in recruiting and retaining qualified healthcare professionals with a passion for facilitating group self-care classes. Our services are expanding countywide!

Current Openings in Health Education:

  1. Bilingual Nurse Educator
    a. RN or NP required
  2. Bilingual Nutritionist
  3. Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE)
  4. Bilingual Enrollment Specialist

See attached. If interested, please submit a cover letter and resume to info@nccwb.org (must be attached as a word doc or PDF)

Internship Opportunities at the Center for Well-Being
As an organization, the Center for Well-Being values your academic and professional development. We work closely with interns to ensure they perform meaningful work and have an opportunity for feedback and continued learning. Health Science, Health Education, and Health Promotion students are welcome to consider an internship at the Center. Please fill out the Internship Application and submit along with your resume and cover letter to info@nccwb.org or mail to 365B Tesconi Circle, Santa Rosa, CA 95401.

Volunteer Opportunities at the Center for Well-Being
The Center for Well-Being welcomes volunteers to get involved in a variety of Center activities. Volunteers assist our program assistant with class registrations, community outreach, class prep and can get involved in our computer system and with office maintenance. Please fill out and submit the Volunteer Application to info@nccwb.org or mail to 365B Tesconi Circle, Santa Rosa, CA 95401.

 

 

Jeanette Perez


Programs include up-to-date information on disease and disease processes, tools for self-care, and skills for lifestyle modification. Participants are motivated to set goals and make real life changes.

What's New

Center for Well-Being: an award-winning health education and wellness center

Center recently recognized by the Sonoma County Medcial Association and the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors for excellence in sustained public service.

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