Peer Health Educator

Top Peer Health Educator Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Peer Health Educator. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Peer Health Educator resumes they appeared on. For example, 11.4% of Peer Health Educator resumes contained Community Outreach as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Peer Health Educator actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Peer Health Educator resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Community Outreach

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Here's how Community Outreach is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Provided support and referrals to community outreach programs.
  • Provided community outreach and referral services.
  • Offered preventative counseling to the clientele being tested and education about STI's at community outreach events.
  • Facilitate group presentations and discussions and volunteered in Health Expos on campus and community outreach.
  • Performed community outreach by passing out condoms and spreading awareness on safe sex.
  • Conduct community outreach, health education, and one-on-one counseling sessions.
  • Promote community outreach by addressing current health issues prevalent amongst college students.

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2. Topics

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Here's how Topics is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Facilitated, organized, and coordinated presentations/activities on various health related topics.
  • Facilitated comfortable conversations about challenging conversation topics.
  • Organize 3-5 outreach events on campus or in the community each year to educate on the various health topics.
  • Present programs on healthy eating, alcohol awareness and other topics to student club, classes, and organizations.
  • Served as a peer resource for students on a broad range of health topics via direct communication and health pamphlets
  • Educated the SJSU community on various health topics to increase knowledge of health and wellness practices.
  • Facilitated workshops on reproductive and health education topics for up to 30 community peers.
  • Receive specialized training and knowledge in specific health topics while working in teams.
  • Provide students with up to date information on health and wellness topics.
  • Facilitated workshops and programs for fellow students on various wellness topics.
  • Educated students at Cal State Fullerton about key health topics.
  • Organized health related workshops for youth about reproductive health topics.
  • Researched all health related topics for possible programs.
  • Receive training on a variety of health topics Create effective activities to implement the information on a college campus
  • Served as liaison between students and health center regarding concerns concerns, and facilitated conversation on these topics.
  • Assist with tabling events, attend meetings and programs Answer questions and provide information on health related topics
  • facilitate workshops and programs for fellow students on various wellness topics in residence halls and other settings.
  • Inform and educate Umass community on all relevant public health topics.
  • Facilitate discussions on health topics Speak publically on behalf of the organization
  • Inform students about sensitive topics throughout presentations ( e.g.

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3. Alcohol Awareness

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4. Sexual Health

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Here's how Sexual Health is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Implemented educational programs aimed at improving sexual health of college students.
  • Disseminated sexual health program information in classrooms.
  • Raise awareness about sexual health issues and how they directly affect the campus community through health fairs, tabling and workshops.
  • Scheduled/Planned programs for the campus community on topics of sexual health, Smoking cessation, domestic violence, and campus safety.
  • Completed daily research on recent news regarding sexual health to help educators stay current and aware.
  • Educated students on topics such as sexually transmitted infections, contraception, safe sexual health practices.
  • Presented information related to sexual health topics to groups ranging from 10 to 30 people.
  • Facilitated safety and health programs regarding alcohol, stress, sexual health and sleep.
  • Educated students about wellness and sexual health through peer counseling and STI testing
  • Worked with other peers to develop events related to sexual health issues.
  • Connected peers to needed resources for sexual health.
  • Attend weekly sexual health education workshops.
  • Assisted in planning health presentations on sexual health to freshman classes Presented and taught peers on sexual health issues to freshman classes
  • Promoted peer health education on campus by organizing and leading student friendly workshops Member of Marketing Committee and Sexual Health Committee
  • Attend in service workshops dedicated to further education regarding nutrition, sexual health, mental health, alcohol and violence.
  • Create and administered workshops to classes and on campus clubs in regards to nutrition, exercise, and sexual health.
  • Use of scientific knowledge pertaining to drug and alcohol abuse, sexual health, violence prevention etc.
  • Addressed Sexual Responsibility Awareness (sexual health, STIs and relationship issues).
  • Educated Clark community on sexual health; managed Chocies sexual health store
  • Plan, Research, Prepare and Host Events Related to Health Head Advisor of Sexual Health/Sexual Abuse Branch

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5. Domestic Violence

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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Develop multiple events dedicated to spreading awareness for breast cancer, domestic violence, sexual assault, and environmental sustainability.
  • Facilitated community outreach projects including Take Back the Night, World AIDS Day, and Domestic Violence Awareness.
  • Attended various trainings on issues that impact college students (depression, suicide, domestic violence, etc.)
  • Educated about sexual assault and domestic violence prevention, STDs and HIV/AIDS, sexual health, and mental health.

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6. Mental Health Services

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7. Stress Reduction

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Here's how Stress Reduction is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Lead workshops related to stress reduction and depression, and coordinated stress reduction events.

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8. Student Health

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Here's how Student Health is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Collaborate with Student Health Center to promote prevention and treatment initiatives as well as outside resources to promote campus programs.
  • Provided anonymous HIV testing, confidential peer counseling, and acted as an educational resource regarding student health and wellness
  • Work with student health services and the health education office to promote awareness and disseminate health information throughout campus.
  • Work with Student Health Services to plan events raising awareness about various health issues facing students.
  • Helped students learn about the various free and low-cost services offered by the Student Health Center.
  • Supported student health by acting as live-in health coach for a freshman and sophomore dorm.
  • Attend monthly meetings held with providers and Associate Director of the Student Health Center.
  • Guided community-based student health teachings on the campuses of University at Buffalo.
  • Completed administrative work in the student health center's Health Promotion Office.
  • Improved student health by advocating healthy nutrition practices to SJSU community.
  • Served as primary point of contact for student health issues.
  • Represent Wellness & Health Promotion Department within Student Health Center.
  • Answered student health questions with factual and informed responses.
  • Created marketing campaigns to promote student health services.
  • Worked closely with Student Health Center staff
  • Positioned as a student health ambassador, providing one on one knowledge on health to the student body on campus.
  • Staffed the Living Well Lounge, a satellite of the Klotz Student Health Center.

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9. Healthy Lifestyle Changes

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10. Health Promotion

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Here's how Health Promotion is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Delivered information sessions and effectively communicated health promotion information at campus tabling events to empower my peers.
  • Developed and Implemented health promotion initiatives throughout the UWM campus community.
  • Participated in health promotion activities throughout the Greater Sacramento region.
  • Assisted in evaluating health promotion programs and presentations.
  • Experience with community organizing for health promotion
  • Worked collaboratively with professional health promotion department staff to create and implement a strategic plan for the Peer Health Education monthly programs
  • Delivered health presentations to classes and organizations on campus, and participated in outreach and other health promotion events.
  • Collaborated with the Health Promotion staff to promote FNY's ability to track influenza-like symptoms within the USF community.
  • Create and implement health promotion walk-in events on the KSU campus for groups of 100 to 500.
  • Advised students via Health Promotions phone line of good health behaviors and good mental health strategies.
  • Served as a receptionist in the Wellness and Health Promotion office while completing marketing tasks.
  • Meet every other week with Wellness & Health Promotion Coordinators and other Team Leads.
  • Completed over 100 hours of student services through the Center for Health Promotion.
  • Completed intensive semester long training on health promotion topics and peer education strategies.
  • Collaborated with campus clubs and organizations to host health promotion programs.
  • Meet weekly for one-on-one meetings with Wellness & Health Promotion Coordinator.
  • Utilize Adobe Photoshop to create numerous fliers for Peer Health Education and Wellness and Health Promotions.
  • Worked with city board for safe communities Grant writing Monthly reporting Presentations for Child Care Health Promotions for daycare providers.

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11. Sex Education

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Here's how Sex Education is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Implemented health-related programs to peers including topics of bystander intervention, sex education, and alcohol education.
  • Developed and implemented a new sex education program with a large budget, which won BACCHUS Regional Program of the Year.
  • Designed peer-to-peer safe sex education for students to promote safe sex strategies.
  • Provided sex education through presentations to students and organizations Collaborated with other educators to plan outreach programs emphasizing safe sex
  • Trained in communications, relationships, and sexuality Organized and facilitated sex education presentations to college students OTHER EXPERIENCE
  • sex education, mental health education, drug and alcohol awareness).
  • Sex education lead groups Pregnancy prevention STD testing and counseling HIV/AIDS Outreach Coordinator

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12. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Facilitated youth discussion groups on topics such as prevention of gang violence, substance abuse, along with sexual decision making.
  • Planned and facilitated health education programs to promote sexual health, prevent alcohol and other substance abuse and promote mental health.
  • Trained in content areas including sexual health promotion, substance abuse prevention, mental well-being, and sexual violence prevention.

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13. Child Abuse

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14. STI

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Here's how STI is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Coordinated volunteer programs by assisting with recruitment and training activities, event planning, and developing and delivering health education presentations.
  • Assisted with various department administrative projects including assisting with annual budget process, and JCAHO accreditation.
  • Delivered Sexual Health Presentations, collected questionnaires; provided Counseling; wrote some weekly Sex-Ed columns; facilitated STD testing
  • Planned and developed policies, strategies and projects for promoting health at individual, institutional, and community level.
  • Maintain awareness and inform colleagues of statistics and surveys in order to keep lesson plans and workshops current.
  • Combine instruction, demonstration, skills testing and scoring to assess student understanding and maximize lesson retention.
  • Completed year-long month training in peer health education, consisting of reproductive health and wellness.
  • Assisted in coordinating presentations/tabling events on STI's, sex and communication, and contraceptives.
  • Hosted open office hours for students to ask questions or to pick up free contraceptives.
  • Promote campus health by leading workshops and hosting events for the Tulane community.
  • Educated students on health issues, answered questions, and provided resources.
  • Spread extensive knowledge in promoting healthy behavior with an enthusiastic approach.
  • Certified by Question, Persuade and Refer (QPR) Institute.
  • Educated students on how to improve their holistic health.
  • Assess student capabilities and establish challenging yet realistic goals.
  • Peer Health Educator Engaged in research and organized actions related to digital justice
  • Developed and presented mental health workshops on campus to reduce the negative stigma surrounding mental health.
  • Maintained the office data base of all demographical statistics of visitors entering in the center.
  • Trained students on the symptoms, treatments and prevention of STDs and STIs.
  • Completed Training for: "NYC Syringe Access Initiatives Needle-stick Injury Prevention".

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15. Stress Management

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Here's how Stress Management is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Conducted 8 stress management and time management programs for Temple students for midterm/final examination preparation.
  • Informed peers about sexuality and stress management resources available to them on/off-campus.
  • Created health based presentations such as Sexual Health and Stress Management to present to PSU student body.
  • Identified, established, and promoted activities relating to nutrition, yoga and stress management.
  • Learned in-depth topics in conflict resolution, stress management, and healthy lifestyles.
  • Educate students on health and wellness topics such as stress management, nutrition, and sexual health

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16. Peer Education

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Here's how Peer Education is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Elected Leadership Role, trained to facilitate health and wellness workshops through peer to peer education and counseling.
  • Worked with a group to provide peer education in class rooms and around the college campus.
  • Worked in Health and Sexuality Peer Education clinic serving the needs of university students and faculty.
  • Recruit, train, and supervise volunteer peer educators involved in peer education programs.
  • Facilitated peer education training sessions for groups of 5-20 including icebreakers and group discussion.
  • Participated in the peer education outreach program that promotes health among Penn State students.
  • Provided direct peer-to-peer education to students and staff on mental health and wellness.
  • Coordinate programs with Peer Education programs on campus.
  • Peer on peer education classes.

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17. Health Awareness

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Here's how Health Awareness is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Developed Health Awareness Programs for campus population and provided health-related outreach.
  • Promote sexual health awareness through community outreach.
  • Organized health awareness events for college campus
  • Participate in health awareness programs.
  • Promoted health awareness on campus by visiting students and participating in health discussions and fairs.
  • Worked with a team to present and canvass various public health awareness campaigns on campus.
  • Coordinated Mental Health Awareness Week for the University of Vermont.
  • Presented health awareness topics to various audiences.
  • Conducted presentations on relevant health issues to student groups and organizations Prepared and researched materials for health awareness programs and campaigns
  • Promoted stigma reduction and awareness concerning mental health issues Conducted on-campus depression screenings and mental health awareness workshops
  • Organized the National Nutrition Month health awareness event Utilized theoretical principles of community health organizing.

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18. STD

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Here's how STD is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Facilitated and supported training courses and workshops in areas such as mental health, STD and drug abuse.
  • Conducted HIV tabling information under supervision Assisted in workshops of HIV 101, VOICES, and STD.
  • Reduce the transmission of STDs on college campus by promoting safer self decisions.
  • Educate clients on different STDs and ways to prevent them.
  • Educated teens and young adults about STDs and HIV.
  • Counseled students on safer sex and STDs prevention education.
  • Educate peers about different STDs and their symptoms.
  • Prepared curriculum for safer sex and STDs prevention.

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19. HIV

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Here's how HIV is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Provide HIV/AIDS health promotion/disease prevention information to other UDC students to reduce the number of students contracting the deadly illness.
  • Educated the youths about HIV/AIDS, methods of transmission and prevention of transmission and the importance of counseling and testing.
  • Interned for the CHAT (Curbing HIV and AIDS Transmission) Program at the Vista Community Clinic.
  • Conducted survey of HIV awareness, with instructed motivation and crisis prevention courses to inner city youth.
  • Administer rapid HIV tests for Rutgers students, provide counseling and support surrounding self-identified risk factors.
  • Educated my peers with important information about HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, and substance abuse dangers.
  • Provide outreach via the HIV mobile testing unit traveling to different locations throughout the city.
  • Assisted in the presentation of information about HIV and AIDS to at-risk youth.
  • Organized and conducted training sessions on safety and protocol for HIV/AIDS.
  • Hosted weekly lectures on personal health, and HIV/AIDS awareness.
  • Acquired Red Cross Certification in the field of HIV/AIDS.
  • Organized conference on HIV/AIDS education and prevention.
  • Improved presentation skills through HIV/AIDS presentations.
  • Provide non-clinical, off-site HIV/STI screenings and education at non-traditional locations within Forsyth County to encourage testing
  • Certified to test patients for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and refer HIV-positive cases for further case management.
  • Traveled to various high schools in chicagoland area to educate adolescents about HIV/AIDS and other STD's.
  • Performed HIV pre-counseling, testing and post-counseling services.
  • Breast cancer, cervical cancer, mental health, HIV/AIDS, etc.)
  • Inform patientspublic about Hiv And Std's Testing trainee
  • Express the consequences of unsafe sex which leads to STDs, STI, HIV/AIDS, and teen pregnancy

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20. Bacchus

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Here's how Bacchus is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Bacchus-certified Peer Health Educator at Tulane University.
  • Certified by the Boosting Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the Health of University Student Network (BACCHUS).
  • Certified by BACCHUS / NASPA, a national collegiate health organization.
  • Attended weekly training sessions focused around BACCHUS Certified Peer Educator program.
  • Certified Peer Educator by the Bacchus Network.
  • Devised marketing ploys Presented information Created educational programs Mentored 3 new peer educators each year Presented at BACCHUS National Conference in 2014

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21. Body Image

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Here's how Body Image is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Coordinated university events that promote stress reduction exercises, suicide prevention, crisis intervention and healthy body image.
  • Facilitated Body Empowerment group weekly to provide support around body image and eating disorders.
  • Coordinated and delivered educational and interactive workshops in topics pertaining to Sexual Health, Body Image, Violence Prevention and Alcohol.
  • Trained extensively in Alcohol, Tobacco, and other drugs; sexual health including STI's, and Body Image.
  • Generated multiple health related campaigns including the importance of hydration, fitness, and positive body image.

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22. Birth Control

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Here's how Birth Control is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Certified sexual health educator with specializations in birth control, HIV/STI screening/prevention, and other safe sex methods.
  • Provided health related information to Marin County teens, such as where to obtain free birth control services
  • Presented weekly classes to students on birth control options and sexual health.
  • Educated teenage clients about birth control, STD/STI prevention, family planning and reproductive wellbeing.

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23. Health Fairs

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Here's how Health Fairs is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Attended workshops, health fairs, panels, and committee meetings in order to get better informed about health topics.
  • Organize and plan health related events including Health Fairs, lectures, and conferences.
  • Educated fellow peers at health fairs and events on campus.
  • Implemented and designed health fairs in the Greensboro community.

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24. Health Information

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Here's how Health Information is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Promoted health resources on campus to students, while researching relevant health information and developing educational programs.
  • Certified and extensively trained to communicate health information to the community.
  • Discussed comprehensive health information with peers on topics such as mental health, sexual health, nutrition, alcohol and more.
  • Provided comprehensive health information to youth and adults from diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds in a confidential and discreet manner.
  • Provide education and outreach to the university community as it relates to specific health information and resources.
  • Provided health information and resources to our diverse campus community, and participated in program planning.
  • Provided men with health information that they will be informed to prevent communicable diseases.
  • Disseminated health information in my day to day life.
  • Provided comprehensive health information in order to challenge and de-mystify harmful assumptions.
  • Distribute health education material to college students such as pamphlets that address tobacco and drug consumption, sexualand mental health information.
  • Educate and encourage the JMU and Harrisonburg community to make healthy decisions by implementing health information and local resources.
  • Serve as a health information resource for the campus Engage students by conducting community outreach Facilitate informational workshops to promote behavior change

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25. Public Speaking

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Here's how Public Speaking is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Gained valuable experience in public speaking skills by giving presentations once a week.
  • Conducted outreach in Red Hook and developed public speaking skills.
  • Trained for several months in public speaking and health education.
  • Attained good communication and public speaking skills.
  • Developed excellent public speaking skills through the implementation of campus-wide and classroom-based health promotion programming.
  • Peer Education on Reproductive Health and Nutrition Public Speaking Ability to perform tasks with little to no supervision

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26. Health Education Programs

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Here's how Health Education Programs is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of public health education programs and materials for program improvement.
  • Coordinated and organized campus health education programs
  • Enrolled students for free HIV testing Planned health education programs for the Howard University Community Student Employment through Work Study Program
  • Maintained databases, mailing lists, telephone networks, and other information to facilitate the functioning of health education programs.
  • Conducted research for health programs utilizing online and print resources in order to promote health education programs to students groups.
  • Organized campus events for students Presented Health Education Programs such as alcohol, safe sex, etc.
  • Design and conduct evaluations and diagnostic studies to assess the quality and performance of health education programs
  • Design, coordinate, and conduct numerous health education programs for other university students.
  • Planned and coordinated campus wide health education programs and fairs.
  • Planned and implemented health education programs on campus Collaborated and researched with educators for the implementation of health programs
  • Participated in many health education programs

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27. Reproductive Health

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Here's how Reproductive Health is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Provided accurate and accessible information on reproductive health.
  • Received intensive training in reproductive health education.
  • Worked as a team in raising awareness and educating the campus students on reproductive health issues.
  • Counseled college students in Family Pact Services, reproductive health, and health behavior.
  • Counseled and educated college students on reproductive health and attendant social issues.
  • Trained current and new staff regarding reproductive health counseling and clerical work.
  • Organize and create programs for students to promote reproductive health.
  • Learned about sexual and reproductive health.
  • Educated high school students on reproductive health Trained high school students to be peer educators on reproductive health in their community

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28. Student Body

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Here's how Student Body is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Promoted and marketed Peer Health Educator opportunities to student body through advertisement campaigns on campus.
  • Developed and implemented comprehensive sexual education game to use while educating the student body.
  • Created, revised, and designed medically accurate articles for the student body on a monthly basis.
  • Promoted health and wellness by educating the student body of relevant health issues.
  • Researched public health programs and health behaviors for specific student body populations.
  • Maintain a health conscious student body numbering close to fifteen thousand students.
  • Explain to and inform the student body about the effects of alcohol and drugs, and about intimate partner violence.
  • Planned and participated in various events and participated in outreach events directed towards the student body.
  • Developed programs for reaching out to student body Ran education programs for students Taught students about general health and well-being

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29. High Schools

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Here's how High Schools is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Presented workshops on the above topics, in high schools, group homes, after school program, and conferences.
  • Provided Health Education workshops to numerous high schools in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and The Bronx.
  • Travel to high schools in the Greater Boston Area to teach ninth graders about drugs.
  • Educated 9th grade students among different charter high schools on the subject of Mental Health.
  • Led mental health workshops for freshman students at inner-city high schools Facilitated discussions and activities focused on maintaining mental health
  • Performed in educational workshops in high schools and colleges throughout Washtenaw County.

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30. Healthy Relationships

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Here's how Healthy Relationships is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Conducted individual women's seminars on contraception, education on sexually transmitted diseases, and healthy relationships.
  • Developed primary prevention programs discussing sexual health and healthy relationships.
  • Mentored female college students on healthy and unhealthy relationships as well as mental and physical health.
  • Teach youth about healthy and unhealthy relationships.
  • Present workshops to community groups on topics such as: HIV awareness, sexual decision making, and healthy relationships.
  • Authored articles for Student Health 101 online magazine on topics such as sun safety and healthy relationships.
  • Travelled around DC public schools teaching workshops on healthy relationships and good decision-making.
  • Facilitated trainings for healthy relationships, engaged bystanders, alcohol & tobacco use.

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31. Student Organizations

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Here's how Student Organizations is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Facilitated interactive workshops on various mental health issues for residence halls, student organizations, Greek-letter organizations and classrooms.
  • Work professionally and collaboratively with other student organizations, campus departments, professors and SJSU staff.
  • Collaborated with various student organizations and campus departments in events and presentations to promote wellness
  • Conducted interactive workshops for residence halls, student organizations, Greek-letter organizations and classrooms.
  • Compile and facilitated presentations to student organizations and classrooms to promote healthier and safer lifestyle choices for peers on campus.
  • Collaborated with fellow peer educators, Health Educator, Campus Dietitian, student organizations, professors, and campus offices.
  • Maintained relationships with community partners, student staff, student organizations, and the public.

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32. Information Sessions

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Here's how Information Sessions is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Attended twenty information sessions and seminars each year to increase knowledge of education.
  • Planned, coordinated, and provided presentation and information sessions at Radford University on nation and community-wide health issues.

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33. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Researched on health topics to implement on new curriculum PowerPoint presentation.
  • Developed curriculum, PowerPoint presentations, lectures, arranged for guest speakers, developed grading rubric etc.
  • Conducted PowerPoint presentations with youth and parents on the importance of knowing male and female reproductive systems.
  • Promoted awareness and knowledge concerning responsible decisions about alcohol within the student community with a Powerpoint presentation.
  • Designed and facilitated PowerPoint presentations and educational programming incorporating opportunities for transformation and change to support divisional planning
  • Used Powerpoint to communicate stress management skills and safer health behaviors for campus organizations.
  • Used PowerPoint and prezi to give various presentations.

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34. Drug USE

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Here's how Drug USE is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Presented to 280 college students on the risks of drug use Moderated conversations with students involving potential scenarios

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35. Weekly Meetings

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Here's how Weekly Meetings is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Participated in weekly meetings in order to improve teaching skills and public speaking techniques.
  • Attend meetings with University Health staff and hold weekly meetings to organize activities.
  • Completed a 3-month long training period with weekly meetings.
  • Facilitate campus events and complete outreach evaluations upon request Participate in training programs and weekly meetings.
  • participate in training programs and weekly meetings.
  • organize and lead weekly meetings as well as collaborate with UW-Stout faculty to schedule multiple programs/events campus wide.

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36. Student Groups

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Here's how Student Groups is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Plan and create workshops for student groups that request services.
  • Developed campus health initiatives and presented workshops to student groups to empower the UTcommunity to make informed wellness decisions.

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37. Health Events

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Here's how Health Events is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Educate the university population at all organized health events by providing written and oral educational and preventive information
  • Created promotional materials such as flyers for health events and workshops.

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38. Physical Activity

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Here's how Physical Activity is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Educate the community in nutrition and physical activity.
  • Provide knowledge and support to peers regarding nutrition, physical activity, stress, sexual health, and substance abuse.
  • Educated high school students about how to make small, realistic changes to improve their nutrition and increase their physical activity
  • Staff table events in student center for safe sex and physical activity.

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39. Student Population

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Here's how Student Population is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Worked with a highly diverse undergraduate student population.
  • Informed students about sicknesses and diseases and conducted educational programs to promote the health and well-being of the student population.
  • Organized and generated educational programs for the students on campus (student population of 20,000).
  • Promoted health and wellness to a diverse student population at SJSU.
  • Advised other students on healthier sexual behavior as well as educate them on STI risks Administered anonymous HIV tests to student population

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40. Healthy Behaviors

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Here's how Healthy Behaviors is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Promote, maintain, and improve individual and community health by assisting individuals and communities to adopt healthy behaviors.
  • Promoted, maintained, and improved individual and community health through education and adoption of healthy behaviors.
  • Create and distribute flyers, brochures, and other promotional materials to market healthy behaviors and on campus resources.

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41. Health Workshops

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Here's how Health Workshops is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Lead health workshops and discussions for public high school students in the greater Boston area
  • Facilitate health workshops for schools and community members and attend various health workshops.
  • Plan and execute health workshops for over 100 elementary school kids

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42. Suicide Prevention

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Here's how Suicide Prevention is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Trained to give presentations on both sexual health and stress & suicide prevention in college classroom settings.
  • Helped organize educational programs and health risk presentations Certified in Suicide Prevention Earned PHED Leadership Certificate

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43. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Performed data entry functions and completed projects assigned by management.
  • Assisted in the clinic when needed conducting client intake interviews, data entry, answering phones and other clinic clerical duties.

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44. Physical Health

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Here's how Physical Health is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Created and implemented educational programs for college students on campus to increase overall physical health.
  • Traveled to the Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan to teach lessons about mental, sexual, and physical health.
  • Managed prevalent mental and physical health issues around campus.
  • Informed residents of various mental/physical health and wellness resources available on campus for on-going issues.

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45. Awareness Week

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46. Special Events

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Here's how Special Events is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Bring awareness of health to students through campaigns, presentations, and special events to create a healthier campus environment.
  • Counseled and educated students individually and campus wide on health topics via workshops, tabling and special events.
  • Plan and coordinate outreach events across campus Create and order giveaways and marketing incentives for various programs and special events.
  • Designed special events and recruited inexperienced teens for Health Fairs to earn knowledge about the human reproductive system

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47. Health Education Materials

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Here's how Health Education Materials is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Created health education materials related to fitness, nutrition and general health.

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48. Educational Presentations

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Here's how Educational Presentations is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Developed and executed educational presentations and provided individual counseling in local health center.
  • Conducted educational presentations and workshops at local schools and agencies in the community.

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49. Promotional Materials

low Demand
Here's how Promotional Materials is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Developed and designed promotional materials for events and programs.

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50. Alcohol Education

low Demand
Here's how Alcohol Education is used in Peer Health Educator jobs:
  • Conducted classroom presentations about alcohol education, bystander intervention, and partner communication.
  • Specialize in Alcohol education, Marijuana and other drugs (MOD) Healthy Lifestyles, and Sexual Wellness curricula.
  • Create large-scale alcohol education program to teach students the importance of not drinking and driving.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Peer Health Educator

Community Outreach15.1%
Topics13.4%
Alcohol Awareness10.6%
Sexual Health10.1%
Domestic Violence5.2%
Mental Health Services5%
Stress Reduction4.5%
Student Health4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Peer Health Educator

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Community Outreach
Community Outreach
11.4%
11.4%
2
2
Topics
Topics
10.1%
10.1%
3
3
Alcohol Awareness
Alcohol Awareness
8%
8%
4
4
Sexual Health
Sexual Health
7.6%
7.6%
5
5
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence
3.9%
3.9%
6
6
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
3.7%
3.7%
7
7
Stress Reduction
Stress Reduction
3.4%
3.4%
8
8
Student Health
Student Health
3.1%
3.1%
9
9
Healthy Lifestyle Changes
Healthy Lifestyle Changes
2.5%
2.5%
10
10
Health Promotion
Health Promotion
2.4%
2.4%
11
11
Sex Education
Sex Education
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Child Abuse
Child Abuse
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
STI
STI
2%
2%
15
15
Stress Management
Stress Management
2%
2%
16
16
Peer Education
Peer Education
2%
2%
17
17
Health Awareness
Health Awareness
1.8%
1.8%
18
18
STD
STD
1.8%
1.8%
19
19
HIV
HIV
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Bacchus
Bacchus
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Body Image
Body Image
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Birth Control
Birth Control
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Health Fairs
Health Fairs
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Health Information
Health Information
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Public Speaking
Public Speaking
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Health Education Programs
Health Education Programs
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
Reproductive Health
Reproductive Health
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
Student Body
Student Body
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
High Schools
High Schools
1.1%
1.1%
30
30
Healthy Relationships
Healthy Relationships
1%
1%
31
31
Student Organizations
Student Organizations
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Information Sessions
Information Sessions
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Drug USE
Drug USE
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
Weekly Meetings
Weekly Meetings
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Student Groups
Student Groups
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
Health Events
Health Events
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Physical Activity
Physical Activity
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Student Population
Student Population
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Healthy Behaviors
Healthy Behaviors
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Health Workshops
Health Workshops
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Suicide Prevention
Suicide Prevention
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Data Entry
Data Entry
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Physical Health
Physical Health
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Awareness Week
Awareness Week
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Special Events
Special Events
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Health Education Materials
Health Education Materials
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Educational Presentations
Educational Presentations
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Promotional Materials
Promotional Materials
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Alcohol Education
Alcohol Education
0.5%
0.5%

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