Want to be a Multicultural Peer Educator or Social Justice Scholar?
We are now recruiting students to join our team as either a Multicultural Peer Educator or Social Justice Scholar. Click the links below for additional information. To apply, click on the program flyer:
MPE Position description & details
SJS Position description & details
The deadline to apply is February 27th, 2021. For questions, email email@example.com.
Welcome to 2021
Spring 2021 is here! The staff of the Multicultural Center welcomes you to the spring semester. While we will continue to operate according to the university and state COVID-19 guidelines, we are still available to support our campus community through engaging programs and student initiatives. Stay tuned for our spring MC programming calendar as well as heritage month programming. We will offer the MLEP this spring virtually again, workshops can be scheduled and the Tunnel of Oppression will be held virtually March 2nd - 4th (additional information is forthcoming).Our offices are now open daily from 9 a.m - 4 p.m. EST.
Black History Month Program Calendar - https://go.iu.edu/3ARR.
PROGRAMS & SERVICES
Multicultural & Social Justice Programming - Main programs/series will be adapted for virtual implementation to include Café Con Pan, YGB, etc. The programs will be utilizing zoom, social media “takeovers”, FB watch parties, etc. The spring calendar will be available soon.
Multicultural & Social Justice Education Workshops– The Multicultural Peer Educators will offer a variety of workshops virtually and if schedules align, may be able to facilitate live zoom sessions. A scheduling system is being developed and will be available by the end of the week to submit requests. Workshop descriptions and scheduling information can be found HERE. Facilitation guides have also been developed and can be made available to faculty or departments who wish to facilitate the sessions on their own. These requests can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “request for facilitation guide” and the workshop title. No custom or in-person workshops will be available.
Multicultural Leadership & Empowerment Program (MLEP) – The MLEP will be facilitated as a small cohort style program without the certificate of completion and RECORD notation. All five sessions will be facilitated via Zoom. Additional details on the program sessions can be found HERE and additional sign-up details will be available soon. Interested students should complete the sign-up form HERE.
Norman Brown Diversity Leadership & Scholars Program (NBDLSP) – The meetings and programs of the NBDLSP have been adapted to an online format. Questions or inquiries can be directed to program lead – Danielle Tate McMillan (email@example.com).
MC Affiliated Student Organizations – While the physical student organization space will be unavailable (except for storage purposes), the MC staff is committed to supporting the leaders and members of the affiliated student organizations by phone, email and virtual meeting options.
DACA Student Support – Karina Garduno remains the DACA point person for IUPUI and will continue to offer support and important updates via phone, email or zoom. Karina can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Services – In the absence of the Student Services Coordinators, the MC staff will continue to offer guidance and support to any student in need. The staff can be reached at email@example.com or by reaching out to anyone directly. We will still host virtual socials to engage the various identity specific groups.