PEP

Peers Educating Peers

Peers Educating Peers (PEP) is devoted to providing the Armstrong location student body with awareness of intimate wellness and alcohol and other drug (AOD) information.

What do Peer Educators do?

Form a safe place amongst students to educate and rely on one another for support through peer to peer education with personalized outreach initiatives.

Each peer educator is required to conduct two presentations: one pre-developed and one original idea.

Who are Peer Educators?

Students just like you who want to positively change the conversation and culture on Armstrong’s campus surrounding intimate wellness and alcohol and other drug (AOD) information.

As a Peer Educator you are a:

  • Peer
  • Educator
  • Activist
  • Role Model
  • Team Member

Why should I be a Peer Educator?

  • Develop leadership skills
  • Make a positive difference in own life and lives of others
  • Build your resume
  • Create original campaigns
  • Gain volunteer/community service hours

How do I become a Peer Educator?

Complete the application
Prepare to be contacted by pep.program@armstrong.edu to schedule an interview.

Request a presentation with a PEP Peer Educator

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Last updated: 4/12/2018