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Peer Health Educator Class
Peer Health Educator Class (PHSC 196) Winter 2015 Accepting Applications--Deadline is November 11!
What is a Peer Health Educator?
The mission of the Peer Health Education (PHE) Program is to provide an effective peer network to encourage, support, and advance healthful living for all SCU students. As a PHE, you will have the unique opportunity to learn the most current information on a variety of health-related topics including general wellness, eating disorders, body image, nutrition, stress management, alcohol and substance abuse, and healthy relationships. In addition, PHEs will be trained to facilitate interactive presentations, discussions, workshops, and health education events for SCU students within the RLCs, classrooms, and student organizations. PHEs will gain important leadership skills, develop teaching and public speaking skills, and have the opportunity to work with other students and campus staff and faculty. We welcome all SCU students regardless of major or class year, although the PHEs have historically been undergraduate students.
What's in it for me?
Becoming a Peer Health Educator has many rewards, including...
Exciting campus-wide events and awareness campaigns you can help with as a PHE:
The Application Process:1) Peer Health Education (PHSC 196), a 2-unit course that is required for all Peer Health Educators, will be offered Winter Quarter on MW 4:00-5:15. It is a competitive class to get into, so please give care and thought to your application and reasons for wanting to become a PHE.
2) Applications are due by mid-fall for the upcoming winter quarter class. The due date for the Winter 2015 class is TBD (mid-November).
4) If a student's application is selected for an interview, they will be asked to meet with PHE officers for an interview sometime during the weeks of November 11th or November 18th.
If you need more information, please direct any questions to: