Prevention & Wellness
Florida Gulf Coast University
Howard Hall, 137
10501 FGCU Blvd South
Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565
Front Row (L-R): Katie Stiefbold, Dacia Drummond, Madison Moreland, Caylee Hampton, Gaby Clark, Domonique Cudjo, Noor Aboulhosn, Kylene Madrigal, Breanna Johnson, Stephanie Alcime, Nikki Kirdahy
Middle Row (L-R): Roshea Lewis, Nic Paloma, Stevenlyne Dufort, Daniela Medina, Taylor Hess, Emily Gessner, Kailey Stevens, Johanna Capone, Alli Garrich, Cassidy-Rae Brantley, Kevin Thau
Back Row (L-R): Dariell Howard, Alethia Kielbasa, Rebekah Garnes, Gloria Reilly, Evelyn Philistin, Victoria Matthews, Chelsea O’Connor, Cameron Richardson, Giovanni Taylor
Not Pictured: Alex Kantor
What is Peers CARE?
Peers CARE is a group of undergraduate students who are trained as Peer Educators on various topics related to student health. Peer Educators share health and wellness information with other students in fun and engaging ways. They present programs to fellow students on information related to alcohol, drugs, stress, and nutrition (to name a few!). In addition to programming, Peers participate in various campus events and projects, such as the Celebrate Your Body Week, Cash Cab and The MOST Eagles Prize Team!
Who are Peer Educators?
To promote a wellness-based lifestyle for all Florida Gulf Coast University students through education and leadership. Our job is to provide students with information to they can be informed consumers and have resources as they make decisions about their health. The education we provide is done in a spirit of advocacy – and in this case, advocacy means empowering students to use accurate information along with interpersonal skills to make better choices for themselves.