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Peer education program topics include:
Interested students in their second or third year at Capital are interviewed and selected in the Fall & Spring semesters for service during the following Fall and Spring semesters. Previous relevant coursework and work or volunteer experience is helpful but not necessary. Email Stacy Ingraham at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Certified Peer Educators must complete the CPE training program, which is a comprehensive, 12-hour formal training to empower students to educate, confront, listen to, and help their peers make healthy lifestyle choices. Training will be led by CHW staff, and will take place on campus during fall 2013.
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