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    • Posted on May 27th, 2020 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      A Message to the Class of 2020

      There was no ceremony, no stage to walk across and no applause to hear. I couldn’t see my friends or hear any final goodbyes. While we made the effort to simulate a graduation ceremony at my home: walking down a set of stairs with music playing and my mom handing me a card that ...

    • Posted on July 18th, 2019 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      Classroom reflections from Bay Area health educators

      As we wrap up another program year, Bay Area is excited about the impact we have had in the communities we serve. We have trained 209 college health educators to teach 854 workshops, reaching 2,700 ninth grade students across 15 high schools. Below are a few reflections from health educators about their experiences in the classroom.   “After asking students ...

    • Posted on July 17th, 2019 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      A Snapshot of a Year of Resiliency: Cal-State Northridge Volunteers Building Community

      Peer Health Exchange Los Angeles Program Director Jeff Burbulys has supported and guided health educators at Cal-State University Northridge (CSUN) through what has been a very difficult year. From the Thousand Oaks shooting, fire alerts, and shooting threats on campus, he reflects on the year and the resilience of health educators in seeking help, ...

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