In the University Health Center's Peer Education Program undergraduate students earn credit to educate the campus community about wellness through one of four topic-specific lenses (substance use, sexual health, mental health, or power-based violence). Peers have opportunities to turn their innovative ideas into action.
Being a peer educator is a great opportunity to get hands-on experience working directly with students, improve your public speaking and program planning skills, and join a group of talented, creative, dedicated students like you who are committed to our mission of wellness for all at UMD
What do Peer Educators do?
- Presentations and Workshops
Peer Educators should expect to commit to an average of 3-5 hours each week (including class time).
Peer Education Specializations
Peer educators will specialize in one of our four topic areas: sexual health, power based violence prevention, stress and mental health, or alcohol and other drug use and register for the corresponding courses.
|Stress and Mental Health
||Power-based Violence Prevention
||Alcohol and Other Drug Use