• Peer Education

  • The Hamline Peer Education program is dedicated to fostering student-to-student communication about common health concerns that arise during college, and proactively promoting student wellness.  The peer educators specialize in areas of mental health, nutrition, sexual health, relationships, and decisions around drug and alcohol use.  Serving as a peer educator is a great opportunity for students interested in a future career in healthcare, or for anyone who is simply interested in personal health and well-being.

    For more information, contact the Peer Educators at PeerEducators@hamline.edu

     

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  • Hamline News

    Hamline President Linda N. Hanson was honored as an exceptional leader at the first-ever Celebrating Twin Cities Women Leaders event.

    Jim Scheibel, honorary professor of practice in the School of Business, was invited to the White House last week for AmeriCorps' 20th year anniversary celebration.

    Hamline’s Career Development Center (CDC) recently earned part of a $5.2 million grant to increase paid internship opportunities for students.