The Peer Educator program is a student-run health promotion initiative for returning undergraduate and graduate students overseen by the Student Wellness Centre’s Education team. Each year, Peer Educators develop and implement proactive health-related interventions to enhance campus well-being on one of six Wellness Outreach Teams: Active Living, Food Literacy, Mental Health, Sexual Health, Substance Use, and Graduate Wellness
Peer Educators are responsible for delivering workshops, providing evidence-based health information, and promoting wellness-related resources available on and off campus. Accordingly, students on our Wellness Outreach Teams are ambitious, proactive, and driven toward making a difference on campus.
Wellness Outreach Teams are led by Team Leads, returning Peer Educators who have demonstrated significant contribution to their teams. They have a personal commitment to improving their own wellness and advocating for the wellness of others.
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