There are many different ways to get involved with the IC! If you have a passion for social justice education and inclusive community building, check out some of our available leadership opportunties.
Student Leaders Initiating Diversity Education (S.L.I.D.E.rs) are the programming arm of the IC; these students organize intercultural programs, the Diversity Dance, and the Cultural Graduate Celebrations. They create community through their programs and management of the IC office and programming space. This is a paid, hourly position. If you have any questions about the SLIDEr program, please contact: Michelle Dimmett, IC Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Leaders are students with a passion for building inclusive community and for working with their peers to accomplish this goal. As peer educators, ID Leaders are trained in facilitation and participate in on-going self-exploration and skill-building to best serve their peers. This is a great opportunity for those who are interested in social justice education, diversity training, and community building. This is a paid, hourly position. If you have any questions about the ID Leader position, please contact Travis S. Becker, Assistant Director of the IC (email@example.com)
Cultural Night Exec Teams:
Each cultural night is made possible through the student executuive teams that organize the events. Every fall, the IC recruits students to be members of cultural night exec teams through the following positions:
- Lead Chair OR Lead Co-Chair
- Set Chair
- Finance Chair
- Publicity Chair
To qualify as a Cultural Night Exec Team Member, students must remain in good academic standing (minimum 2.0 cululative and major GPA), Attend Cultural Night Training, attend weekly or bi-weekly Executive Team meetings as necessary, attend all dress rehearsals for respective Cultural Night, and attend and assist with set up/clean up of respective Cultural Night. Leadership awards are given to each exec team member after the completion of duties.