Healthyhorns Peer Educators is a program of the Health Promotion Resource Center. The goal of the Healthyhorns Peer Educator program is for involved students to be health leaders on campus, empowering fellow UT students to make well-informed decisions about their health and wellbeing. Healthyhorns Peer Educators fulfill the program's goal through receiving training in the foundations of public health, providing interactive and educational outreach activities such as presenting workshops to student groups, and developing and staffing initiatives that positively impact students' health.
For information on how to request a peer-led workshop, visit the classes and workshops page. To find out more about becoming a Healthyhorns Peer Educator, visit the Volunteer With Us page.