Peer Education Program

Peer Educator


  1. Speak to classes and groups about drug and alcohol issues.
  2. Assist in updating and maintaining resource library on alcohol and other drug issues for college students.
  3. Assist students, faculty and staff who are researching alcohol and drug topics.
  4. Organize non-alcohol, no-drug related social activities throughout the year.
  5. Coordinate campus-wide alcohol and drug awareness campaigns.
  6. Assist in assessment, evaluation and reporting for the program.
  7. Assist in grant writing for potential funding sources.


  1. Ability to work as a team to coordinate activities and programs.
  2. Experience in public speaking.
  3. Ability to conduct educational workshops.
  4. Strong organizational skills.
  5. Above average oral and written communication skills.
  6. Ability to deal sensitively and maturely with people from all cultures, walks of life and backgrounds.
  7. Ability to be self-motivated and self-directed.

More Information:

Call 661-654-3453