Become a peer education coordinator
Support peer educators to bring their sessions to as many units as possible in your area by becoming a peer education coordinator
I created a team in my local area by running socials and worked with my County to get everyone working together. - Katie, Peer education coordinator, London and South East
Why become a peer educator coordinator?
Our peer education project is growing at a phenomenal rate. If you're a guiding member aged 18 or over, you can help even more girls and young women benefit from being involved.
As a peer educator coordinator you will:
- link leaders and peer educators together to organise sessions.
- support peer educators to shout about their skills and arrange sessions locally.
- encourage Rangers to get involved with peer education
- coach and mentor peer educators to develop their Peer Education skills.
- make sure that your peer educators get (and celebrate) their badges.
- help set up training events for new peer educators.
Good news - you don't have to have been a peer educator to become a peer educator coordinator.
What do I get out of it?
As a peer educator coordinator you'll gain a wide-ranging set of skills including:
- team building
- volunteer management
- events planning
- public relations
- project management.
If you're a peer education coordinator who wants to run a training events, make sure you find out about our peer education training grants.
Become a 4 Coordinator
Go directly to your County Commissioner to find out if the role has been filled in your area. For more information about the role, email our peer education team.