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Peer Education


Peer Educators are young people who provide support to other young people by listening, supporting, referring and giving information about health and safety. They are volunteers who reach out to peers in their school or community to provide accurate information, resources and links to services in their communities. They are the bridge for connecting their peers with what they need.

Our Fall Peer Education Training starting October 13, 2020, and youth (ages 14-18) are welcome to join us if you are:

  • Available for all or most of the training times
  • Interested in learning more about topics like sexuality, sexual health, mental health, communication, relationships, and more
You can send us an email to groy@serc.mb.ca telling us your age and the best way to contact them to register.
The training will be Tuesday Evenings October 13- December 15, 6-8:30 at the SERC office 167 Sherbrook st (2nd floor)
Training will be held in person limited to 8 participants and will follow COVID-19 protocols.
Our training is FREE! We provide free snacks, bus tokens and a training manual
After the training, we invite participants to join volunteer opportunities in our program. We will also help them with any ideas they have for sharing information and taking action in their school and/or community. All-time spent in our program can be counted as Volunteer Hours for high school or other programs. Let us know if you have any more questions!

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