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At the STOP Violence Program and the University of Wyoming, we believe that students can have a positive impact on their peers.  Therefore, we subscribe to a peer education philosophy in dealing with issues of sexual and relationship violence on campus. 

Our Peer Educators create programs on these topics that are fun and interactive. Most of what our peer educators do is through interactive skit performances, presentations, and hands-on workshops. 

Becoming a Peer Educator

Students interested in becoming a peer educator will need to fill out an application and be able to attend a full day of training. The Fall 2013 Peer Educator training is scheduled for November 2, 2013. Training provides peer educators with the basic information and skills needed to create and deliver presentations and facilitate interactive programs on topics related to sexual and relationship violence and issues concerning alcohol on campus.


Students interested in attending the peer education training need to complete an application, and return it to STOP Violence or AWARE by October 30th, 2013.


Contact Lena Newlin with the AWARE program or Megan Selheim with the STOP Violence program to sign up for our next peer educator training!

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