Portrait of Griffin Bellamy

Griffin Bellamy


Lincoln, Nebraska

I am a Psychology Major Coaching Minor, I became a Well-being Ambassador because I had many people I formed relationships with on campus during my Freshman year that helped me to grow as a person. It's my goal to form relationships with other students and help them be who they are meant to be!

Fun Fact: I'm a diehard fan for Disney Channel Original Movies (Specifically Teen Beach 2!).

Portrait of Tori Diersen

Tori Diersen


Brookings, South Dakota
I am an Economics major with minors in Math and Global Leadership.  I volunteer with BRRWB because I want to help other Huskers round out their well-being!
Fun Fact:  My favorite sing along song is ASAPSciene’s “The Period Table Song”
Portrait of Spencer Godina

Spencer Godina


St. Charles, Illinois

 I am majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics. I joined BRRWB to become a resource for my peers and friends around campus. My own struggles with mental health and experience with suicide in my communities motivate me to promote the incredible resources UNL students have available to them.

Fun fact: I have been on the worlds longest over water zip line.

Portrait of Lauryn Rivale

Lauryn Rivale


Castle Rock, Colorado

 I am a Psychology, I joined BRRWB because I realized how helpful it can be. After utilizing BRRWB’s services, I found that I could be a resource for students in a variety of ways,

Fun fact: I have a 3 year old pittie mix named Bernie!

Portrait of Delayne Sudbeck

Delayne Sudbeck


Hartington, Nebraska

I am a Psychology major with a minor in Human Rights, Humanitarian Affairs. I became involved with Big Red Resilience and Well-Being because I like knowing what resources are available to me as a student so I am able to let other students as well as my friends know!

Fun Fact: My biggest fear in life is escalators. 

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