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Peer Advocates for Wellness

What is PAW?

PAW is an opportunity for CSUEB students to become involved with Student Health & Counseling Services. Under the supervision of Health & Wellness Services, PAW interns are trained peer health educators who provide information, peer support, outreach, presentations & resources to students about health and wellness issues.

What do PAW interns do?

  • Give presentations to CSUEB classes & organizations
  • Organize and participate in campus health observances and activities
  • Counsel students during weekly office hours at the Student Health Center and the Wellness Center at RAW

PAW interns also…

  • Develop leadership skills
  • Get work experience
  • Improve presentation, organization, event planning & communication skills
  • Advocate students' wellness concerns
  • Get Health Science units for having fun while you work and more!

How do I contact PAW?

  • Call: (510) 885-7080
  • Email:
  • Stop by The PAW Room – Room 1118 at the Student Health Center; Room 122 at the Wellness Center

How do I become a PAW intern?

CSUEB students interested in becoming a PAW intern need to enroll in Health Sciences 2510- Introduction to Peer Health Education (Only offered in the Spring Quarter). For more information on the course, contact Janice Bulayo at (510) 885-7080 or

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