Peer Health Exchange is a national non-profit organization aims to empower young people with the knowledge, skills and resources to make healthy choices.
We train college students to teach skills-based health curriculum with a focus on sexual health, mental health and substance use in under-resourced high-schools throughout the country.
Our chapter teaches at over 800 students across 10 schools in the Boston School District.
As COVID-19 moves learning online, this website will be a tool for Northeastern educators to access trainings, announcements, and other information in a convenient way.
Chapter Meeting Schedule - February/March
LARC (and other contraceptives) - led by Natalie and Rayna!
Environmental Racism by Sunrise
Commonly Used Drugs and Effects + Medical Amnesty in Mass - led by Madison!
PPO #3 - Microaggressions
Anti-Blackness in the Classroom
led by Baylee
About Northeastern's Chapter
Our two Presidents oversee the entire Northeastern PHE chapter. They aim to develop a cohesive and inclusive community for all PHE volunteers!
If you have any questions about PHE or want to get involved, reach out to them at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have 15 LC members that help train educators and support new volunteers in their development!
Joan Marie Hady
This year, we’ve implemented intermediary positions to help PHE get more involved with the communities and clubs around us!
Campus Outreach Coordinators