Intergroup Dialogue Facilitator Training
Student leaders are invited to participate in Intergroup Dialogue, a class that helps students learn how to facilitate conversations on race and privilege. This class will be offered virtually again in Winter 2021 term.
Intergroup Dialogue is a nationally recognized program. Students will participate in virtual sessions and engage in open and constructive dialogue, receive feedback and strategies on their facilitation skills, participate in learning and exploration concerning issues of intergroup relations, strengthen their understanding of communicating through conflict and developing community. This is a great opportunity for student leaders to develop foundational skills on facilitating dialogues around race, power and inclusion.
These are the following times the course will be meeting: Thursdays from 10:00am-Noon,Thursday from 2:00-4:00pm and Wednesdays from 4pm-6pm. Classes are 2 hrs each week for one quarter; all students are welcomed (any major); and at the end of the course students will receive a certificate of completion, and may qualify to facilitate Intergroup Dialogue in the Spring of 2021. Registration is limited and is open until full or January 4.
If you have questions, please contact Beya Makekau (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Jennifer Teramoto Pedrotti (email@example.com).