Mission

Husky to Husky is a peer education group focused on educating the Northeastern community on a range of wellness topics including: mental health, domestic violence, and alcohol toxicity. The Husky to Husky peer educators work to bridge the gap between students and services with the goal of increasing access and availability.

All Husky to Husky peer educators must complete a mandatory three hour general training, as well as a one and half to three hour supplemental training on any or all topics of their choosing (mental health, domestic violence, and/or alcohol toxicity).

We ask that all peer educators have time in their schedules to commit to completing the required amount of attendance points for each semester.

We are looking for students who are passionate, committed, mature, creative, and comfortable with public speaking.

If you are interested, we encourage you to apply! Find the full list of requirements and responsibilities in the application form.