SMDP Peer Educator Application (Free Food For Thought & SafeZone)
This Application is the first step in the selection process for SMDPs facilitation team.
SafeZone Peer Educator:
The SafeZone Program provides a visible network of trained individuals that serve as a safe space for LGBTQ identified students, faculty or staff. SafeZone Peer Educators are committed to providing an environment in which every student and university employee is free to thrive on an academic, professional and personal level within a community that is based on respect and dignity. These students serve as a part of the leadership team for LGBTQ programming and trainings within the Office of Student Multicultural and Diversity Programs.
Free Food For Thought Facilitator:
Free Food For Thought (FFFT) is a dialogue series that encourages building a community that values diversity. Interested participants exchange viewpoints on selected topics, resulting in a greater awareness about issues and experiences across social and personal identities. Learning from one another through facilitated respectful discussion helps us value the contributions of our peers. Free Food For Thought facilitators will lead discussions at each FFFT sessions. There are 4-5 session per semester. In exchange for opinions, we provide Free Food.