How to Request a Peer Educator
Peer education supports the idea students learn from others that they can identify with. Much like one alcoholic helping another, a peer educator is one student helping another to learn. In this case our trained peer educators are reaching out to students at KSU and in the local community to help prevent consequences of high risk decisions prior to them happening.
To schedule a class presentation call Lindsay Montgomery at (470) 578-4515 or email email@example.com.
How to Become a Peer Educator
We need students to present to incoming freshmen about alcohol and other drugs! Becoming a peer educator means making a difference on your campus. Peer education is also a great way to boost a resume or CV and learn valuable presentation and public speaking skills!
Training for Spring 2017 presentations will take place on the following days:
To Be Announced
To register for free training, or any other questions, contact Lindsay Montgomery at firstname.lastname@example.org or (470) 578-4515
Training is scheduled in groups and on an individual basis.