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Social Justice Peer Educators

Social Justice Peer Educators (SJPEs) are undergraduate students who develop and implement educational programs that advance equity, diversity, and social justice at Washington State University. They provide training to undergraduate peers, student organizations, faculty, and staff.

Workshop topics include Microaggressions, Power & Privilege, Intersectionality, Cultural Appropriation, Toxic Masculinity, and many others.

Click here to request a standard or custom workshop. Please give at least 3 weeks notice.

We're HiringĀ For Fall 2020!

We are hiring Social Justice Peer Educators for Fall 2020. Become a peer educator, and use your voice to shape an inclusive campus community. Applications are open Feb. 19 - April 1.

Apply to be a Peer Educator

Peer educatorsĀ earn $13.50+ per hour. No previous experience is required. For more information, attend an upcoming info session:

  • Wednesday, Feb. 19, 5-6:30 p.m., CUB 206
  • Wednesday, Feb. 26, 5-6:30 p.m., CUB L37