Become a Peer Educator

 We want to hire students like you—with strong subject knowledge and excellent communication skills.

Become a Peer Educator in different ways

Math Peer Educators

Our Math Peer Educators support students with all levels of Mathematics courses. To apply to be a Math Peer Educator, fill out the Fall 2023 Peer Educator Application. For questions, contact:

Sherri Spriggs
Phone: 970-247-7324


This campus TRIO program hires tutors to support students in STEM courses. To apply to work as a STEM3 tutor, contact:

Cacia Pope
Phone: 970-247-7518

Student Wellness

Peer Educators also support WellPAC and Student Wellness Initiatives in the Leadership Center. WellPAC peer educators meet with students to discuss struggles, health & wellness opportunities, and to offer on- and off-campus resources. If you are interested in this kind of work, please visit the Peer Education Office  or contact:

Kendra Gallegos Reichle
Phone: 970-247-7508 

TA/Tutor role in a variety of disciplines & courses

If you excel in a course in any discipline and enjoy collaborating with your classmates, your professor might recruit you to work as a Peer Educator the following semester. If so, you’ll teach alongside that faculty member during class/lab and tutor students in the PEC. To apply for this type of work in the PEC, contact your faculty mentors or Michelle Bonanno and let them know you’d like to be a TA/Tutor.

Michelle Bonanno
Phone: 970-247-7183

Writing Studio Peer Educators

Our Writing Peer Educators support students in writing across all disciplines and courses. They also work in classrooms to offer writing workshops and individualized student support. If you are a strong writer and would enjoy mentoring other students in their writing, submit a current resume, sample of your academic writing, and letter of interest to:

Erik Juergensmeyer
Phone: 970-247-7098