Peer Educators are nationally certified through BACCHUS of NASPA. They are trained in referral skills, help seeking skills, communication and responding skills, leadership and intervention strategies.
AOD Peer Educators receive additional training on alcohol and substance use.
The goals of this module are to educate their peers on abusive drinking, reduce underage drinking, empower others to drink responsibly, and support those who do not use drugs or alcohol.
If you are interested in becoming an Alcohol and Other Drugs Peer Educator complete the form below . For information on other volunteer opportunities with the Health & Wellness Center, contact Denise Keary, Health and Wellness Coordinator, 216-687-2048.