Our IPFW Peer Educator Program is designed to offer IPFW students health and wellness education, awareness, and support that promotes academic success, student retention, positive health attitudes, and health-enhancing behaviors.
Currently applications are being accepted for the 2016-2017 IPFW Peer Educator positions (8-10 hours/week).
- These positions are for IPFW students who have or are getting the Bacchus Network Peer Education Certification Training.
- The positions are for IPFW students who have a high interest in healthy living and would enjoy the opportunity to be a peer health advocate.
- Work time will mainly focus on programming related to mental health, responsible alcohol use, abuse prevention, healthy relationships, STD prevention, tobacco prevention/cessation, being physically fit, and healthy eating.
- If YOU are interested in being apart of this program, plan on attending the next training will be Friday October 21st and Sunday October 23rd, 2016. Contact Judy Tillapaugh for more information at 481-6647 or firstname.lastname@example.org