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Welcome to the Peer Helper Program at the University of Calgary

What is the Peer Helper Program?

The Peer Helper Program at the University of Calgary are non-paid leadership positions that immerse students within departments and offices in roles that support campus programming.

This collaboration between the Peer Helper Program connects students with meaningful experiences within various departments at the university and  provides intensive leadership training,Co-Curricular Record credit and amazing resume and portfolio boosting skills.

The Peer Helper Program Office (MSC 450) is an workspace that unites student leaders at the University of Calgary that are Peer Helpers within various departments and offices. It is an opportunity to grow, learn, develop and network together.

Who can become a Peer Helper?

All students at the University of Calgary are eligible to be Peer Helpers. All Peer Helpers will have the opportunity to participate in training specific to their role, as well as specialized and ongoing leadership training. Peer Helpers are making a difference in students’ university experiences while developing their own skills and resumes.

To Become a Peer Helper Simply Search Vacant Positions and Apply

The Following Offices Now Offer Peer Helper Positions :

  • Department of Athletics 
  • Development Office
  • Career Services
  • Centre for Community Engaged Learning
  • Centre for International Students and Study Abroad (CISSA)
  • Conferences and Special Events
  • Communications (SES)
  • Faith and Spirituality Centre
  • First Year Experience
  • Graduate Students Association
  • Inclusive Post-Secondary Education
  • Libraries and Cultural Resources
  • Leadership and Student Engagement
  • Office of Institutional Analysis
  • Olympic Oval
  • Office of Student Conduct
  • Office of Sustainability
  • OneCard
  • Peer Helper Program
  • Student Success Centre
  • Senior Year Experience Committee
  • The Native Centre
  • Thrive, Health and Wellness Lab
  • Recruitment Office
  • Students' Union Wellness Centre
  • Women's Resource Centre

Click here for Peer Helper office descriptions.