As part of the Division of Student Affairs, the Assistant Director is responsible for providing support to the Director and overseeing key initiatives within Multicultural Affairs related to experiential learning. This includes facilitating and implementing cultural programming, social justice education, and multicultural leadership development initiatives.
Responsibilities Serve as the primary advisor for social justice peer-educators. Select, train, and develop peer-educators. Oversee bi-weekly meetings and implement continuous leadership development. Develop experiential learning programs pertaining to social change and inclusion as part of the
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