“Become a Certified Peer Educator”

October 5 & 6, 2018, PAC G
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Plan to take part in this two-day CPE training and become a Peer Educator to help create change on the UIS campus acting in the role of friend, educator, activist, role model and team member.  Peer educators express their leadership through finding ways to teach their friends about important issues like alcohol abuse, STDs/HIV, eating disorders, relationship violence, drug dependence, sexual assault, family problems, sexual orientation issues, mental health issues, discrimination/racism, etc.  This is an excellent opportunity for RAs, athletes, fraternities and sororities and other students to become peer mentors in order to help others learn to live a healthy lifestyle.  This training is free to students and meals will be provided.

Sponsored by UIS Counseling Center & The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility

Please contact Valerie Gebhardt,, 217.206.7122 for further information.  You may register through UIS Connection or by calling or e-mailing Valerie.


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