Purdue student members are freshman to graduate students, come from all majors, and have different levels of experience and interest! Most PEAP members have some familiarity or have a desire to learn more about equine assisted programs, in some capacity, but no prior experience with EAPs or horses is required for membership. All are welcome!
To be considered an active member in the club, you must:
Additional information regarding membership will be discussed at the callout meetings. If you are interested in joining PEAP but cannot attend the callouts, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or attend any other regularly scheduled PEAP meeting.
Benefits of PEAP membership include:
The Executive Board is responsible for steering and guiding the Club in the directions determined by its members. The Executive Board consists of officers elected once per academic year and Committee Chairpersons, as dictated by the PEAP Constitution.
The Officers for Fall 2008 — Spring 2009 are: