Peer ministers get ready for next year

Megan Pavlik, staff writer

Interviews for the widely popular senior peer ministry group began May 12 and will go through May 20. Mike Jeremiah, campus minister, will determine who will be involved in the program next year based on a 14 minute session, in addition to a two page application. The accepted juniors must sign a contract promising to remain drug and alcohol free. “I am very hopeful for next year because of the quality of the people in this years junior class,” said Mr. Jeremiah. Being a part of peer ministry includes going on the freshman and sophomore retreats, as well as providing guidance to underclassmen dealing with issues in their lives.