Peer Health Educators

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What is the KU Peer Health Educators Organization?

Peer Health Educators (PHEs) is a volunteer organization that provides peer-to-peer health education, under the direction of the Health Education Resource Office (HERO).

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What would I do as a PHE volunteer?

  • Participate in wellness events - wellness fairs, smoke outs, safer spring break, etc.
  • Promote HERO programs
  • Present to peers - classroom, Housing, Greek Life
  • Program development

Why become a PHE volunteer?

  • Get involved on campus
  • Meet new people
  • Gain knowledge within health and wellness
  • Develop experience in public speaking
  • Build a resume
  • Acquire health-related volunteer hours for graduate programs
  • Have fun while volunteering

How can I become a PHE volunteer?

  • Contact the PHE Office within HERO to obtain and submit a  volunteer application
  • Fill out all the required forms
  • Meet with the PHE Advisor to discuss expectations
  • Attend mandatory training sessions and meetings
  • Sign-up to volunteer for events

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Questions? Please contact:

Peer Health Coordinators
whs-peer-education@ku.edu
785-864-9574

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