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Peer health education at the Klotz Student Health Center provides valuable opportunities for personal and professional growth. Peer health educators make presentations in classes and participate in campus-wide outreach activities. You will develop expertise in specific health needs of Cal State Northridge students, including but not limited to reproductive health and substance abuse issues, public speaking, program development, and more.
Other perks include: priority registration (spring semester), course credit, professional job skill development, leadership experience, resume building, and networking. For more information, call (818) 677-6328 or download a Peer Educator Program Application.