Peer Health Exchange

in News and Events
September 5th, 2011

I am writing to introduce you to Peer Health Exchange (PHE), a non-profit organization that is expanding its program at Boston University this fall. PHE’s mission is to give teenagers the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy decisions. We do this by training college students to teach a comprehensive health curriculum in public high schools that lack education.  Last year, we trained 101 volunteers at BU to teach health workshops to nearly 4,000 Boston 9th graders.  This year, we are excited to recruit our largest group of volunteers yet at BU to help us reach an even greater number of high school students.


Anya Veremakis

Leadership Council Member

Peer Health Exchange


Teach health workshops to high school students who urgently need them.

Join Peer Health Exchange and give teenagers the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy decisions.

This year, Boston University undergraduate volunteers will teach public high school students workshops about sexual health, relationships, substance abuse, and nutrition.

Peer Health Exchange volunteers will:
·      Provide a much-needed service in their community.

·      Develop valuable skills, including public speaking, teaching, and leadership skills.

·      Expand their career opportunities.

·      Learn useful health information.

·      Be an integral part of the campus community.

To learn more, attend an information session with free food on:

Friday 9/9 @ 5pm – CAS 313

Monday 9/12 @ 6:30pm – CAS 222

Wednesday 9/14 @ 7:30pm – CAS 314

Thursday 9/15 @ 6pm – CAS 326

Questions?  Contact

Apply online at Friday, Sept. 16th at 5:00pm

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