The URI Peer Advocates are a team of specially trained students who create and perform interactive workshops and programs to educate and increase awareness regarding:
To become a peer advocate:
Peer Advocates will attend an interactive training (approximately 16 hours) offered in the beginning of each semester. In addition, twice-monthly meetings and in-service trainings will be provided.
How to apply:
Note: Completion of the interview and/or training is not a guarantee of acceptance into the Peer Advocacy program.
If there are any questions or for additional applications call: Keith Labelle, Assistant Director, at 874-5222.