Peer Health Educators
If you are looking for a leadership opportunity to interact with your peers and make a difference on campus, then we have the perfect chance for you – become a Peer Health Educator.
Peer Health Educators (PHEs) empower peers with the knowledge and skills needed to make informed, voluntary choices regarding all aspects of health and wellness. PHEs also help plan, promote, and implement fun campus programs such as Take Back the Night, Fitness Challenge, Safe Spring Break Week, and many more.
You must be a full-time student in good academic standing to apply (2.3 minimum GPA). We are looking for students who demonstrate the ability to work well with individuals and groups in a leadership capacity. You must also be a role model demonstrating responsible and healthy lifestyle choices and enthusiastic about educating your peers.
This is a great resume-building opportunity for students wanting to gain experience for careers in nursing, biology, pre-physical therapy, exercise science, education, marketing, criminal justice, psychology, sociology, and many more!
For more information or questions contact Sarah Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-864-1948.
To Apply: Click here to find a Peer Health Educator Application. Complete the packet and return to Sarah Williams at Student Health Services.