Become a Peer Counselor for the 2019-2020 school Year!
The SRHS Counseling Department is recruiting Peer Counselors for Fall semester next year. The Peer Counseling program provides peer-to-peer support for students in areas including stress management, interpersonal relationships, transition to high school, and other issues that may impact school connectedness.
Characteristics/qualities to become a peer counselor?
- 11th and/or 12th grade student
- Be mature, insightful, empathic, able to maintain privacy, and are willing to learn about difficult issues that impact their peers within the school community.
- Practice active listening by giving their complete attention to what someone is saying, and they respond without judgment.
Benefits of becoming a peer counselor?
- Increase social and professional network.
- Peer Counselors get the opportunity to develop skills that are essential in both academic and future careers.
- Experience as a peer counselor demonstrates leadership qualities to future employers. Experience with peer Counseling shows that you have some knowledge about how to guide the academic and professional development of others.
- Looks good on college Applications
Applications to become a peer counselor are due in the counseling office on May 17, 2019.
- Applications to become a peer counselor are available in the SRHS Counseling Office
- Download Peer Counseling Application
- Download Step by Step Peer Counseling Application instruction
Each year, the Sonoma County SELPA is required to develop an Annual Budget and Annual
Service Plan for submission to the CDE. A Public Hearing by the Superintendents' Council
is required prior adoption. Notice of this Public Hearing must be posted in each LEA and each school site immediately
upon receipt to ensure it is posted at least fifteen (15) days prior to the Hearing (Education
Code 56205 (b) (2)). The Public Hearing is scheduled for Monday, June 7, 2021 beginning at 8:00 a.m.
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