Peer Facilitators are specially trained to deliver workshops on sexual violence prevention. They are part of a passionate and dynamic team committed to preventing interpersonal violence at Pacific. Being a Peer Facilitator provides lots of opportunities to learn and grow, as well as providing key job skills making them highly desirable to hire post graduation.
SW 225: Peer Education | Students explore the root causes of interpersonal violence, and facilitate workshops in the high schools on healthy relationships to earn Civic Engagement credit.
SW 305: Advanced Peer Education | This is an experiential learning course, where students get credit for delivering workshops.
- "Lets Talk About Sex & Pizza Workshops" in the Fall
- Athletic Workshops in the Spring
- Register for SW 225 Peer Education in the Spring
- Apply to be a Peer Facilitator for the Fall
- If accepted, facilitate "Let's Talk About Sex & Pizza" workshops in the Fall and Athletic workshops in the Spring
- Apply to be a Lead Facilitator the following year. This is a paid position and serves as a mentor role for new facilitators.
- Lead Facilitators are eligible to apply to be Peer Facilitator Coaches. Coaches observe the workshops and give feedback to facilitators/ offer support.
Meet the Peer Facilitators
- Sam Anderson | Lead Educator & Coach
- Anika Morkowski | Lead Educator & Coach
- Brandon Hertz | Lead Educator
- Dakota Dantzer | Lead Educator
- Bob Sagers, Peer Facilitator
- Micaela Frick, Peer Facilitator
- Seema Khatcherian, Peer Facilitator
- Olivia Murray Ceriello, Peer Facilitator
- Madi McKay, Peer Facilitator