What are Peer Health Educators?
The Peer Health Educator (PHE) program is a collaboration between University Health & Counseling Services (UH&CS) Wellness and Health Ambassadors (WHAM), Greek Life Students About Risk and Responsibility Training (SMARRT), and the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women Sexual Assault and Violence Educators (SAVE).
CWRU Peer Health Educators are students who are committed to creating a culture of wellness within the CWRU community. The purpose of the program is to advocate for and promote health choices, personal well-being and community safety through leadership, education, and awareness. Peer Health Educators provide workshops services, and events to meet the health and wellness needs of CWRU students.
WHAM members work with the University Health & Counseling Services Wellness program to provide student led programming on various health and wellness topics across campus. The purpose of the program is to advocate for and promote healthy choices, personal well-being and community safety through leadership, education and awareness. WHAM provide workshops, events and educational resources to meet the wellness needs of all CWRU students.
Benefits of being a WHAM member
- Develop skills in program planning, facilitation, and public speaking
- Gain extensive knowledge about various health concerns affecting students at CWRU
- Become a part of a diverse team of students dedicated to promoting wellness to peers
If you would like to become a part of the WHAM team or are interested in having WHAM at your next event email Melissa Hendricks at email@example.com.