Clubs and Organizations


Mission Statement

All members of The SWEET Life complete a rigorous training and certification process which allows them to engage with fellow students as Nationally Certified Peer Educators. The SWEET Life members then use their knowledge and shared experience to support their peers through this difficult time we call college. The SWEET Life spends their time hosting events, talking with peer and connecting them to campus and community resources, organizing campaigns, engaging in community coalitions, gaining experience as Certified Peer Educators and creating a culture of wellness on Western’s campus.There are many types of membership available within The SWEET Life, including coordinator and leadership positions, internship and practicum opportunities, paid positions within the LEAD Office, professional development and more! For those who want to be involved but don’t want to take on too much responsibility, your engagement level is up to you. We welcome any student with an interest in bettering the health and wellness of Western’s campus community.Contact: Scott Cantril (

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