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Student Network for Abuse Prevention

Student Network for Abuse Prevention (SNAP) is a student-based health promotion group through Boynton Health Service. SNAP educates students in creative and interactive ways about alcohol, tobacco, and drug use and abuse and other health issues; as well as overall promotion of healthy behaviors to create a safer campus.

SNAP is recruiting student volunteer members who are interested in health and would like the opportunity to build their resume while being involved in a student organization.

  • SNAP is a peer education group, educating students on campus about ways to avoid the negative consequences of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.
  • SNAP weekly meetings are Wednesdays from 6:00 to 7:00pm in Boynton W120.
  • Being involved with SNAP can look good on a resume, improve public speaking skills, provide experience with program implementation, and increase knowledge of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use.
     

SNAP is a great opportunity for students to network with other professionals in health related fields, develop leadership and public speaking skills, become comfortable with a harm reduction perspective, and become more knowledgeable about health issues.