Thank you so much for considering Student Multicultural and Diversity Programs for your training or speaking needs. We have staff that is knowledgeable, experienced and ready to train or present to your students. We are currently offering all of our trainings virtually with no in-person exceptions. Please direct all questions toThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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We are currently offering the following four trainings:

WHO'S IN THE ROOM
 

Who's In The Room

A facilitated activity and debrief that allows students to become more familiar with the importance of identity. Students will be able to recognize various aspects of their personal and social identities and have a discussion about who they are. “Who’s in the Room?” is perfect for First Year Experience classes and other groups that may be new to discussion diversity related topics.

Length of Time: 30-45mins
Maximum number of in-person participants: 30
Zoom presentation: no max.

INTRODUCTION TO IMPLICIT BIAS
 

Introduction To Implicit Bias

This is a more advanced session that delves into participants' experiences and understanding of themselves and how they interact with others. This training aims to unpack systems of power and oppression, how our identities fall within those categories and how our actions are affected.

Length of Time: 60 mins
Maximum Number of in-person participants: 30
Zoom presentation: no max

INTRODUCTION TO GENDER, SEX AND SEXUALITY
 

Introduction To Gender, Sex & Sexuality

This introduction is a helpful precursor to SafeZone 101. In this brief session, participants will learn about the differences and similarities between gender, sex, and sexuality. Participants will be provided with basic knowledge, definitions, and overview of how we see and understand these identities for ourselves and on a larger scale.

Length of Time: 60mins
Maximum Number of in-person participants: 30
Zoom presentation: no max

CULTURAL HUMILITY
 

Cultural Humility

A general training that introduces participants to the concept of cultural humility. Cultural humility challenges the notion that one can achieve cultural competency in a short 'diversity training' or with a lifetime of experience. Instead, participants will leave this session understanding the importance of self-reflection, developing diverse partnerships, and addressing power imbalances they encounter.

Length of Time: 60mins
Maximum Number of in-person participants: 30
Zoom presentation: no max