University of Washington Honors Program

Student Leadership Opportunities

Honors Peer Educators

Honors Peer Educators (PEs) are leaders in the Honors community by teaching a section of the Honors 100 seminar. They are integral in welcoming, mentoring, and informing incoming Honors students. PEs share insights about and experiences with Honors curriculum, community, and resources with new students.
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Honors Peer Mentors

Peer mentors are students in the University Honors Program interested in helping incoming and current Honors students as they navigate their college experience by being available to answer questions. Any Honors student is eligible to be a Peer Mentor and anyone can have a Peer Mentor — or more!
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Honors Community Ambassadors

Honors Community Ambassadors (HCAs) are first and foremost Honors Peer Mentors that take this leadership opportunity to the next level by becoming a regular volunteer at large Honors events, organizer of small scale social events for other Honors students, and more! All Interdisciplinary Honors Program students have the opportunity to become an Honors Community Ambassadors.
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