The ESU Peer Educators are a diverse group of students who are trained to provide educational programs and outreach on responsible student decision-making.

Topics include wellness, and safety including alcohol, drugs, sexual health and violence. Peer Education provides a way for students to talk to other students about lifestyle choices with the goal of harm reduction, which reduces negative consequences of health behaviors.

Student Job Opportunities

Any students who are interested in interning or wanting to complete hours for their practicum are welcome to join our team. Each intern or practicum experience is tailored to fit the student’s learning objectives and to build upon desired skills. Students can gain skills in program planning, program implementation, public speaking, program evaluation, data analysis, assessment, grant writing, administrative work, and other experiences related to health, wellness, and safety within the campus and community. If you are interested in an internship or practicum opportunity, please email Brittany Powers for more information.

Contact Us

The Wellness Education & Prevention office is open between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. in the Flagler-Metzgar Center. If there are any questions regarding programming, upcoming events, or general health questions feel free to contact Brittany Powers.

If you have experienced sexual assault and need crisis support, please call Women’s Resources of Monroe County, Inc, at (570) 421-4200 or the National Sexual Assault Hotline at (800) 656-HOPE (4673) or visit their 24/7 chat.

Contact Information

Campus Address
Sycamore Suites, Lower level, 025
(570) 422-3298
Title of Department Leader
Director, Wellness Education & Prevention
Brittany Powers