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What is the Kent State Peer Leader Training Course?
This Course is designed to train students interested in helping other students be successful at Kent State University. The Peer Leader Training Course begins the first week of the spring semester and concludes during the twelfth week. Included are three required Saturday sessions.
Become a Peer Leader!
To become eligible to be a Kent State Peer Leader, undergraduate students must enroll in and successfully complete the Training Course offered in the spring semester. Students must be at least a second semester freshman at the start of the spring semester Training Course and have completed the UC 10097 Destination Kent State FYE Course. Students of any major are welcome. Students will select one section and register for UC 20201 through Flashline.
The successful completion of the Peer Leader Training Course does not guarantee a position. Applications, interviews, and pairing process will occur during the semester.
What Options are Available to Kent State Peer Leaders?
In some roles, students will earn a stipend
Acquire resumé credentials
Develop avenues for networking
Network with peers engaged in a common experience
Develop close working relationships with faculty and staff
Become part of the student leadership within the University
Impact future Kent State students
Expand and refine interpersonal skills
Develop self-discipline and responsibility
Learn to work as a team member
Develop a Solid Foundation In:
KSU resources, policies and procedures
Characteristics of KSU students, diverse student populations and social justice issues
Roles and responsibilities of peer leaders
Skills and techniques for effective communication, leadership, professional ethics, conflict resolution and customer service
Success methods and strategies for college students
Facilitation and presentation skills and conducting reflection activities
Kent State Peer Leader Training Course
The Peer Leader Training Course beings the week of January 17th, lasts 12 weeks, and concludes during the week of April 10th. Included are three mandatory Saturday Sessions:
|January 28th||11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.|
|February 25th||11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.|
|April 8th||11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.|
How to Register for the Peer Leader Training Course
To become eligible for a Peer Leader position, undergraduate students must enroll in and successfully complete the Peer Leader Training Course offered in the spring semester. Students must be at least a second semester freshman at the start of the spring semester Training Course and have completed the US10097 Destination Kent State FYE Course.
Students can select and register for a section of the Peer Leader Training Course in Flashline under the Course Number UC 20201. Multiple sections are offered.
Students of all majors are welcome.
The successful completion of the Peer Leader Training Course does not guarantee a position. Applications, Interviews, and/or a pairing process will occur during the semester.