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Diversity: Peer2Peer. Education Forums for all MIT students, staff and faculty aimed at: - encouraging meaningful, productive conversations on race, gender, sexuality - achieving less tension on campus, less hate and more understanding We are looking for PEER EDUCATORS

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Diversity peer2peer

Diversity: Peer2Peer

Education Forums for all MIT students, staff and faculty aimed at:

- encouraging meaningful, productive conversations on race, gender, sexuality

- achieving less tension on campus, less hate and more understanding

We are looking for PEER EDUCATORS

  • MIT graduate and undergraduate students

  • Training will be provided in public speaking, productive handling of heated arguments, issues regarding race, gender and sexuality, and much more

  • Pairs of peer educators will lead education forums (you won’t be alone)

  • Peer educators will be able to use what they learn in the program in their communities, friendships, work environments, etc.

    (Yes, it will involve lots of free food in addition to some great skills!)

    Contact if interested: [email protected] or Abigail Francis: [email protected]

    Brought to you by: Graduate Students Office, [email protected], Black Student Union, Latino Cultural Center, Campus Committee on Race Relations, Women’s Studies, and many more


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