Peers Educating Peers

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  • The Peers Educating Peers Program at New Jersey City University is a student group that provides interactive prevention programming to the campus and Hudson County communities on a variety of social, health and mental health issues such as substance abuse, sexually transmitted infections, domestic violence, emotional well-being, and conflict mediation. 


     Students who join PEP have the opportunity to: 
    • develop a variety of professional and interpersonal skills 
    • find personal and academic support and a "home away from home"on campus 
    • travel to and present at conferences and meet people from all over the country 
    • participate in personal growth groups and retreats 
    • start building a resume BEFORE graduation 

     

      JOIN US during the Fall and Spring semesters on Wednesdays from 3 - 5 pm in GSUB 312!  

     

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    The PEP program is sponsored by the NJCU Counseling Center, and receives grant funding from the Jersey City Alliance to Combat Drug & Alcohol Abuse and the NJ Department of Law & Public Safety's Division of Highway Traffic Safety.