Diversity Peer Educators
Diversity Peer Educators (DPE) are a group of MU students devoted to promoting greater cultural understanding and awareness on campus and in the local community. DPE offers sensitivity training and education to cultivate a greater sense of understanding and respect for the elements that make us unique as individuals and groups, as well as, the many qualities we have in common.
If you are interested in becoming a Diversity Peer Educator click here. The DPE Coordinator will contact you with further information on applying and training to join DPE.
OutReach panels are educational interventions in which volunteer gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and supportive heterosexual allied people share their personal stories and respond to questions and comments from an audience. These panels are frequently used on campus to reduce homophobic/heterosexist attitudes while also serving as an outreach program of the LGBTQ Resource Center. Often these panels are used in a classroom setting to provide personal experience in addition to course material. For more info click here.
Language Partners is a fun and easy volunteer opportunity and cultural awareness building experience. The WC pairs native and non-native English speakers to practice conversational English for one hour per week. Make a new friend; hang out; and talk about our campus, the community and your hometown. Come to this informational to learn more about the program, ask questions and sign up. To sign up today, click here.
The Chancellor’s Diversity Initiative (CDI) Ambassadors at the University of Missouri are a select group of dedicated students who represent the CDI. These undergraduate, graduate, and professional students volunteer to actively support the university’s mission of enhancing institutional diversity and promoting a more inclusive and welcoming campus. To learn more about the Diversity Ambassador program click here.
With over 600 registered student organizations at Mizzou, it is easy to find one that is right for you. It is also easy to create a new student organization! Either way, limitless opportunity exists for students to get involved and make a difference during their time at Mizzou.
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Learn how you can get involved with a diversity-related group affiliated with the Organization Resource Group at getinvolved.missouri.edu
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