Peer Education Program
Empower Peer Educators (EPEs) are Millersville University students dedicated to educating, advocating, and raising awareness of gender issues on campus and in the community. EPEs participate in intensive training in order to be qualified to educate others on a wide variety of issues including sexual assault, rape, sexual harassment, domestic violence, healthy relationships, and body image. Our goal is to educate and empower students by providing a safe and supportive educational environment while informing them of gender and violence issues.
Peer Health Educators (PHEs) are a diverse group of Millersville University students dedicated to providing up-to-date health information in a non-judgmental fashion to Millersville students and the community. The training we receive prepares us to facilitate dynamic outreach programs, coordinate informative awareness events and encourage activities that help create a healthy culture on campus. Some of the topics we cover are alcohol, sexual responsibility, stress, diversity, and tobacco. We are committed to building a healthier environment at MU by sharing information, teaching skills, and encouraging our peers to practice healthy behaviors.