Becoming a Peer Educator is about changing the world – one girl at a time
Calling all our 14-25 year old members – would you like to make a difference as a Peer Educator?
Peer educators run sessions to help Brownies, Guides and Rangers explore important topics like mental well-being and gender stereotypes. They learn leadership and communication skills and can volunteer in a flexible way that suits their schedule.
Peer Educators will be trained in how to create a safe space for girls to discuss further subjects like self-esteem, body positivity and resilience. They will visit units and run activities which teach invaluable life tools.
To find out more and discover if this is the role for you – complete the e-learning here.
If you’re interested in future training opportunities complete the application form and we will be in contact soon.
Are you a Ranger leader with members of your unit who might be interested but want more information?
Contact the Peer Education Coordinator to have a chat and see the best way we can deliver this information to your young members – we can pass on information, arrange a visit or hold a session via zoom.
If you’d like our trained Peer Educators to run a session at your unit please fill in this form and we will be in touch.