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CABL is the acronym for Collegiate Advocates for Better Living, a student-lead ministry that is on SDA campuses of higher education.  CABL is a ministry of the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists, and is a collaboration of Health Ministries, Young Adult Ministries, and Education Departments.  The purpose of CABL is to engage college students in sharing Adventist health principles with their peers, leading to better health and school performance.  

The student advocate also benefits by gaining leadership skills, practice in health education, and a greater sense of purpose.  Students are enabled to make a constructive difference with peers and the surrounding campus communities.  

CABL's goals are to involve students, faculty, staff, and the community of NAD colleges/universities in healthy choices and activities thereby effecting positive lifestyle changes.

Goals & Objectives
To involve students/faculty/employees and the community of the NAD college/university in healthy choices and activities thereby effecting positive lifestyle changes.

Activities are carried out by CABL student advocates and their teams to suit the specific needs of individual campuses.

CABL student advocates are eligible for a $1,000 yearly stipend for a CABL.  The money is dispursed twice during the school year and after receiving a report from the student advocate (click here for requirements).  If more than one student is serving as the advocate in a particular College or University, the funds will be divided equally between them.

CABL Background

Cick here to apply to be a CABL Student Advocate

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Application Procedures & Forms
Program Requirements
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To learn more about CABL, please contact the following individuals:
Paul H. Lehmann, MPH
Chair/Associate Professor
Outward Pursuits Department
Burman University

Angeline B. David, DrPH, MHS, RDN
Health Ministries Department
North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists