Our Diversity Peer Education (DPE) program materials have been moved online to a virtual format using Blackboard software. The program is independent in completion and "go at your own pace" format. It is a module format that includes reflection for students to dive deeper into the concepts and how it relates to their own lives.
The DPE program and training offers students of many academic disciples, cultures, backgrounds, and interests an increased leadership credential in multicultural education. Participants engage in an immersive process on the foundations of multiculturalism, cultural competency, and social justice work, as well as application of learned skills to daily life experiences.
DPE provides an opportunity for students to become active participants in ally-ship and to become part of a community of learners that support understanding, respect, and appreciation for all people. Students are invited to apply each semester. Visit the Diversity Peer Educators page for more information.
To apply to this program, follow the link within the Training Information tab and fill out all the necessary information needed.
Next Training Dates:
- Friday, October 29 from 2-6 p.m. in UCC 260 (Moloney)
- Friday, November 12 from 2-6 p.m. in UCC 260 (Moloney)