The WFU Certified Peer Education Program promotes wellbeing in the campus community. Through collaborative prevention, educational, and awareness programs, WFU P.E.E.R.S. (Peers, Educating, Engaging, Reaching, & Supporting) promotes services, tools, and resources related to high risk behaviors and student wellbeing.
Fall 2019 applications are now closed.
Benefits of Being a WFU Peer Educator
- Make a difference in the health and wellbeing of the WFU campus community through purposeful educational and advocacy efforts
- Become a Nationally Certified Peer Educator through NASPA BACCHUS Initiatives
- Access to funding to host programs and events
- Opportunities to attend local and national conferences
- Engage in specialty trainings:
- Increase leadership and professional development:
- Leading engaging presentations
- Public speaking skills
- Resume development
- Program planning and development
- Health promotion, education, and advocacy
If you are interested in learning more about the WFU Certified Peer Educator program, please contact the Program Advisor, Marian Trattner at firstname.lastname@example.org