Make a difference on campus. Apply to a be a peer educator within Counseling and Psychological Services. The Prevention Peer Education Program—commonly called PPEP—is a student-led group providing education and programs around mental health and interpersonal violence prevention topics and services.
PPEP members meet weekly, collaborate with other student groups and offices to make sure our message of prevention is shared far and wide, and give presentations on a variety of topics. We believe that we can prevent instances of harm and contribute to a culture where we take care of ourselves and each other.
This group might be right for you if you:
- Have a passion for destigmatizing mental health
- Want to make sure your peers know about support resources like CAPS and our confidential (survivor) advocate
- Believe in making campus a safer place by promoting healthy relationships and bystander intervention
- Are looking to connect with other like-minded students
- Hope to get involved on campus as a student leader
- Want to change the culture on campus
Formal recruitment is typically held in the spring semester, but we can often welcome students throughout the year.
Email us to talk about joining
Request a presentation
We offer presentations like Consent 101, Bystander Intervention, and more. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, email us and we can work together to meet your needs.
View the presentation topics