Two students working the MoHealth Educators table in Blanchard Hall

MoHealth Peer Health Educators

MoHealth Peer Health Educators (PHE) is a peer education group dedicated to providing accurate health information, fostering open and safe environments, debunking assumptions, and reaching out to the diverse communities of Mount Holyoke College. Their goal is to ensure awareness of current and longstanding issues in health through interactive teaching workshops and conversations on topics such as sexual health/sexuality, alcohol and other drugs, sexual assault/relationship violence prevention, and overall wellness (positive body image, stress, nutrition, sleep, etc.) Peer Health Educators are student volunteers that are affiliated with the Be Well Program and supported by Residential Life. Current students who are able to make a one-year commitment to the program can apply to be a peer health educator.