Anti-discrimination Response Training Workshop Facilitator
The “Really?” Program is looking for facilitators to lead Anti-discriminatory Response Training (ART) workshops. ART workshops gives tools to members of the UBC community to intervene when they witness comments or behavior that targets others based on race, gender, sexual orientation, ability and other distinctions.
Build skills while contributing to an inclusive living and learning environment at UBC. Facilitators will recieve 2 days of training. The deadline to apply is 5pm Monday September 22, 2014.
Job description and how to apply on the “Really?” campaign site.
At 9am this morning fifty-six Crane Library volunteers commenced a 24-hour non-stop course material narration session in an effort to complete all fall-term audio requests for students with print disabilities. Continue reading
Applications are now open for Equity Ambassadors!
Equity Ambassadors are a diverse group of students that work towards creating an inclusive learning and working environment on campus.
As an Equity Ambassador, you will take part in promoting positive social change among UBC staff, students and faculty, and undertake activities to raise awareness around diversity and discrimination on campus. Continue reading
We’ve all overheard comments that make us cringe but few of us intervene. That’s not good enough for a group of UBC football players. This fall, they are not only planning to speak up, but the students-athletes are also asking others to do the same… Find our more about this program by visiting this year’s back to school UBC Reports article and by visiting Access & Diversity here.
Want to get involved at UBC? Are you interested in becoming an Equity Ambassador in 2012-13? Learn how at the CSI’s 2nd Birthday and Involvement Fair! Stop by the Centre for Student Involvement on January 25th between 12 and 3 pm to learn about campus resources, meet student leaders and get involved!
There will be live entertainment provided by the Blank Vinyl Project, as well as light snacks and birthday cake! There will also be resource booths with information about exactly how and when to get involved in some amazing opportunities, as well as the stories of some of UBC’s brightest student leaders! The CSI is all about finding your passion and niche at UBC – whether it’s the tools to be an Imagine MUG leader or a UBC REC volunteer, the CSI Involvement Fair will have the resources to connect you to your involvement path.
Come for the free birthday cake, leave with the inspiration to be involved in the next big thing!
For more information on the Centre for Student Involvement, check out:http://involvement.ubc.ca/