Portrait of Emma Farson

Emma Farson


Papillion, Nebraska

I am a senior and have a double major in Biological Sciences and Psychology.

I joined BRRWB because I wanted to get involved in a program that really cared about supporting students and also get involved with people who share the same passions as me. Through BRRWB I wanted to continue being able to grow and make a difference in my community.

Fun Fact: I love to try new things, whether it's experiences, restaurants, classes, and more!

Portrait of Lillian Hefner

Lillian Hefner


Lincoln, Nebraska

I am a senior Political Science & Psychology major with a Business Law. I know many people in this organization that love the environment and I am passionate about helping others in ways that fit my skill set well.

Fun Fact: I am a proud plant mom!

Portrait of Faith Miller

Faith Miller

She, Her

Saint Joseph, Missouri

I am a senior majoring in Finance and Management with minors in Actuarial Science and Mathematics.

I became an intern because I was already a part of BRRWB through the front desk, after seeing everything we do REACH stuck out to me.

Fun Fact:  I've broke my right collarbone in the same spot twice, 12 years apart

Portrait of Lauryn Rivale

Lauryn Rivale

She, Her

Castle Rock, Colorado

I am a junior Psychology major.

I am looking to help my peers and make a difference for others.

Fun fact:  I have a dog and two Guinea pigs!

About the Internship

Student visit booth at well-being fair Student discuss personal well-being Student pets therapy dog

This is a unique opportunity to learn the ins and outs of the 10 dimensions of well-being and about our services that help students develop resilience.

Internships require at least 5 hours per week and run the length of the semester. Through a combination of training and fieldwork, interns will develop skill sets in outreach, advocacy, professionalism, leadership directly related to mental health, stigma reduction and suicide prevention. Students are encouraged to integrate their internship experiences into their academics, research interests and career goals.

During the internship, students will:

  • Learn how to be part of a team of students, faculty and staff
  • Grow their network in campus, community and national contacts and experiences
  • Build relationships and connections across campus
  • Have fun while enhancing personal well-being and that of peers
  • Receive a great recommendation to take with them after the experience