Fun, valuable and career-building volunteer opportunities exist on campus through the Health Promotion Resource Center, a part of University Health Services.
Apply now to become a peer educator. Students selected to become peer educators will receive specialized training in health topics, gain experience facilitating classes and workshops, and conduct outreach on campus. Peer Educators serve the UT community by promoting healthy choices and make a positive impact on their peers.
Applicants can choose from one of three peer education programs: Alcohol and Drug Education, Healthy Sexuality and Nutrition.
To apply, visit the UHS website http://www.healthyhorns.utexas.edu/peereducation.html.
Applications are due March 26, 2010.
The BHP office will host review sessions right before the next two CAL exams. Session one will be held on Monday, April 5th from 6 to 8pm (the night before CAL exam #2) and session two will be held on Monday, May 3rd from 6 to 8pm (the night before CAL exam #3). Davis Rutkauskas, our resident CAL guru and tutor at the UTLC (UT Learning Center), will be on hand, as well as other tutors from the center.
Hear from two BHP sophomores who got A’s in this class last spring. Using the tips compiled by your three BA 324H professors this semester, these two students will lead a session that will give you the boost of confidence you need to make it through the latter half of the course! Mark your calendars for Thursday, March 25th from 6 to 7pm for the presentation and a follow-up Q and A from 7 to 7:30pm. Location TBA.
Are you graduating in May, August or December of 2010?
Join us on May 19, 2010
to celebrate your success at the
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