Ways to Get Involved
Peer Advocates are student volunteers who have been trained to provide peer education, referral and health advocacy services to other students. Our volunteers bring a first-hand perspective to current health and social issues. Peer Advocates help develop and implement new initiatives in order to execute programs they recognize as critical to the campus in order to help others foster healthy lifestyle choices. They promote social change on campus by providing workshops, discussion groups, information and materials, and someone to talk to about health and social issues. Their actions are all in an effort to create an actively healthy change for the community. Peer Advocates are an energetic and diverse group of students who are committed to making a difference for the campus community.
Academic learning experiences through Service-Learning, Cooperative Learning, Observation and Field Work Studies are also available.
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