Peer Leader Program


Community Engagement & Service Peer Leaders are a new subset that will be implemented in August 2014. Students in this leadership role will work with the Office of Community Engagement & Service located in the Martin House.

Community Engagement & Service Peer Leader Requirements

-Enroll in LDS 3V01 - Leadership for Community Engagement & Service Course

-Serve as ambassador to student organizations

-Conduct at least two presentations a semester to campus groups on service & best practices

-Hold two office hours a week for scheduling, follow up and communication with student organizations

Community Engagement & Service Program Benefits

-Apply theories of community engagement to your leadership practice

-Gain presentation experience and skills

-Evaluate service initiatives and encourage their effectiveness

-Build relationships with service organizations

-Gain experience and knowledge working in a Community Engagement Office

-Three hours Leadership course credit - can be used toward a Leadership Minor


We are excited about launching the Community Engagement & Service Peer Leader Program and creating leadership positions in service. There is something powerful about students challenging, equipping, and supporting other students as we work together toward positive and sustainable community partnerships. We are able to unleash the passion & creativity of our students in reaching out to their peers and creating a culture of responsible & informed engagement.

-Erin Payseur, Associate Director, Community-Based Learning