The Rewards are Endless!
There are many benefits for Peer Helpers in terms of expanding upon leadership and communication skills, while being of help to other students.
The Peer Helper program offers students skills development training and practice provided by faculty and staff from Student Affairs, Student Health, and the various schools and faculties on campus.
The training and experience gained are assets which can be used both in the workplace and personal relationships.
Peerhelper brochure (pdf)
How you can benefit from becoming a Peer Helper:
- Develop interpersonal and social skills.
- Enhance personal growth.
- Develop a deeper self-knowledge.
- Improve academic performance.
- Become more knowledgeable about your university.
- Meet great people.
- A great way to enhance your university career.
- Give you resume a boost.
- Build references.
- Make contacts and network.