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San Diego State University

Health Promotion - Helping create a healthier campus to enhance student success

Our Peer Health Educators

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FratMANers

 

FratMANers is a Peer Health Education program specifically for SDSU fraternity men. Its goal is to increase awareness about rape, potential rape situations and sexually coercive behavior while decreasing the acceptance of rape myths. FratMANers members are advocates on campus, educating their brothers and peers about violence against women and how they can be a part of the solution. Apply for FratMANers here!

 

SISSTER

 

SISSTER (Sororities Invested in Survivor Support, Training, and Ending Rape culture) is a Peer Health Education program that is offered for 2 units. This course aims to train sorority women to be successful leaders in sexual violence awareness, prevention, intervention, and survivor support. The women who are trained in this program do sexual violence prevention and education work on campus in formal and informal settings. Apply for SISSTER here!

 

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Peer Health Educators

 

SDSU Peer Health Educators (PHEs) actively promote health and wellness on campus. PHEs gain training and education about health issues relevant to the SDSU population and effective methods to communicate health information to their peers. Apply for PHE here!

 

What is a PHE?

SDSU Peer Health Educators (PHEs) are trained to promote health and wellness on campus.

PHEs help with outreach events and present dynamic workshops on a variety of topics that affect the well-being of SDSU students. [more]

 

Become a Peer Health Educator

Interested in becoming a PHE? Learn how!

 

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