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Peer Health Education
Peer Health Education is an internship opportunity through the Health Promotion Department at the University Health Center. Comprehensive training prepares Peer Health Educators (PHE’s) to be campus leaders who positively influence a healthy campus culture and empower fellow University of Oregon students to make informed decisions about their wellbeing. The PHE’s are dedicated to providing education and campus-wide health promotion campaigns with sensitivity to race, gender, sexual orientation, culture, religion, and individual capabilities.
Goals of Peer Health Education:
- To increase wellness of UO students through education, outreach and referral.
- To provide PHE’s opportunities for leadership, learning and engagement.
How to Become a Peer Health Educator
The application period for this year is now closed. Please check back next year or email firstname.lastname@example.org
with questions regarding Peer Health Education.