For Advisors

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You may have heard about this page as students begin to approach you about serving as an Advisor for a new campus chapter of the Preconception Peer Educator program and you would like to learn more. Or, perhaps you are here purely of your own interest or because you already serve as an Advisor. Whatever the case may be, we hope that this page provides useful information for you. As an Advisor for your campus chapter for the Peer Educator program, you have a unique and critical role in the implementation and sustainablity of the program and in helping your students to develop leadership skills. If you are not yet familiar with the concept of preconception health, we invite you to browse our website to learn more. Some key resources specific to your role as an Advisor are included below.

Available Resources
The goal of the Peer Preconception Educators program is to educate the college-age population about preconception health and health care so they can be ambassadors to their peers in college and the community at large. Started in 2007 by the federal office of minority health...
Keywords: About CPPEC
Here you will find information related to the development of CSU Northridge's Preconception Peer Education organization. Find tips about setting up your organization, as well as sample projects, etc.
Keywords: PPE; preconception peer education; next steps; organization; club
Looking for PowerPoint slides from a past peer educator training/event? Check here!
Keywords: Slides; handouts; PowerPoint; PPE; preconception peer education
Doing any kind of volunteer work usually requires some money—for printing, supplies, etc. It can be tough to come up with the resources that you need on a limited budget, but here are some ideas to get started.
Keywords: money; monies; grants; financial resources; tips
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