D.I.C.E. Peer Educators
Apply to be a DICE Peer Educator!
Applications: Applications were due February 22, 2019 at Noon. Please check back in on this page in January 2020 to apply for the 2020-2021 program!
Facilitate conversations about social justice and inclusion with your fellow Buckeyes! This new volunteer cohort in the Multicultural Center (MCC) will serve as facilitators for our Buck-Identity workshops (go.osu.edu/buck-identity) during the 2019-2020 school year.
Minimum Qualifications for this Position
- Familiarity with the DICE Certificate program (details found here: go.osu.edu/dice) and the peer educator expectations outlined below
- Student with undergraduate sophomore, junior or senior standing for the upcoming academic year.
- Commitment to supporting the mission of the Student Life Multicultural Center (mcc.osu.edu/about-us/mission-vision/)
- Dependable, organized, professional, attentive to detail and good follow through on commitments
- Comfortable with public speaking
- An understanding of social identity as it relates to yourself and others
What We are Looking for in Peer Educators
We’re looking for people who are a good fit for facilitating discussions about diversity. We do not expect you to be an “expert” in diversity, inclusion and social justice issues – this is why we will meet multiple times in the Spring/Autumn 2019 semesters for training. If you see yourself in any of the items listed below, you may be a great fit for the program!
- A learning mindset: interest in deepening your understanding of yourself, others and the social systems that relate to diversity and an interest in developing your skills in this role
- A reflective mindset: interest in exploring how identity, culture and background have influenced the experiences and perspectives of yourself and others
- An educational mindset: interest in creating an environment that encourages meaningful exchange and willingness to support others in a learning process