PEACE Prevention Peer Educators

Peer Educators gain professional development by practicing skills of leadership, public speaking, and networking while also serving their community. Presentation topics include sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking as well as bystander intervention, consent, and resource referral. 

To apply for this volunteer opportunity please fill out the application below. Students may be selected each semester to begin the program the following semester. Applicants will receive an interview, and if selected, will complete training. 


  • Prevention Peer Educators will serve for at least one full semester
  • Complete full training provided by the PEACE team
  • Provide training and programs across campus on topics of gender-based violence
  • Attend weekly individual meetings as well as all scheduled group meetings
  • Additional responsibilites may be determined based on need and Prevention Peer Educator interest.

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All questions may be directed to Bernadette Muloski, Violence Against Women Act Grant Coordinator, at or (630) 829-1326. 

For additional information about the application process, peer educator responsibilities and program guidelines, please review the Prevention Peer Educator Guidelines here


Prevention Peer Educator Application

Student Life

Marco Masini
Vice President for Student Life
(630) 829-6124

Krasa Student Center, Room 175
5700 College Rd.
Lisle, IL 60532
8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.