Wanted: Anti-Discrimination Response Training (ART) Workshop Facilitator – Apply by Jan 22nd

The “Really?” Campaign has some exciting upcoming leadership opportunities.

We are looking for a team of Anti-Discrimination Response Training (ART) Workshop
Facilitators to help us build an inclusive living and learning environment at UBC. The role of the ART Workshop Facilitators is to increase student awareness and understanding of issues surrounding intercultural competency. They will do this by instilling among individuals the skills and confidence needed to respond to discrimination. By facilitating ART workshops throughout the year, they will empower members of the UBC community to intervene when they witness comments or behavior that targets others on the basis of differences in race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, language, ability, age, nationality or any other distinction.

More details about the position, the application process and the “Really?” campaign
can be found on the pdf document attached to this e-mail. Applications close at 4 :00
pm on Wednesday, January 22nd.

When to Apply?Apply by January 22nd  at 4:00 pm.

Any questions can be directed to intercultural.u@exchange.ubc.ca.

More details can be found in the PDF attached below



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