Daily Archives: November 3, 2017
To be a strong advocate for health education and health promotion for individuals, groups and communities, and systems and support efforts to achieve health equity in all activities of the Association. We educate students on the basic of healthy relationships, sexual communication, reproductive health and more from a harm reduction and anti-oppression standpoint on both Keele and Glendon campuses. To speak to a Health Educator please call (210) 458-4142, option 5 to discuss appointment options.
Health educators do community organizing and outreach, grantwriting, coalition building, advocacy and develop, produce, and evaluate mass media health campaigns. ESEA – Elementary and Secondary Education Act, the federal law that governs education, includes the NCLB accountability provisions.
Health promotion improves the health status of individuals, families, communities, states, and the nation. We educate students on alcohol and other drugs, their effects and offer a non-judgmental platform for students to discuss harm reduction, safety strategies …Read More