Occupational wellness is finding fulfillment from your work and study, contributing meaningfully, and continuing to expand your skills and strengths.
Occupational wellness is relevant throughout our lives, encompassing academic study, paid work and volunteerism.
How to engage in occupational wellness:
- Look for opportunities to use your talents and skills to contribute positively to the world around you.
- Make it a priority to find paid and volunteer opportunities that interest you.
- Learn skills that will help you accomplish your goal, such as time management, study skills, communication, presenting and writing, and project management.
- Identify and reduce occupational and academic stress.
- Find a balance between school/work and leisure time.
Want to explore your occupational wellness? Take a self-assessment!
Access these resources to improve your professionalism, explore new career opportunities, and set goals for your future:
- Center for Career Development (for graduate and undergraduate students)
- Graduate School Professional Development
- Human Resources - Benefits
- Pace Center for Civic Engagement (for undergraduate and graduate students)
- Working at Princeton