ABOUT THIS ROLE
Diversity Peers are voluntary student leaders within the Office of IDEAL. Recruitment for this position generally occurs during the spring semester, in which 10-15 undergraduate or graduate students are selected.
Diversity Peers actively work in unison with the Director of Student Engagement to advocate and provide culturally based programming and dialogues.
Additionally, peers assist the office with branding and marketing by tabling for events as well as serving on university led committees.
Types of Presentations, Workshops and Trainings
Peers are available to present a 60-90 minute workshop on any of the following content areas:
- race relations
- political diversity & social justice
- gender & sexuality
- marginalized religious groups
- capitalism's impact on social justice
- gentrification of urban cities
- bystander intervention for a social justice lens
Click the image below to request a Diversity Peer led training, working, or presentation. (Link will not be active until August 15 due to summer)