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Title IX/Discrimination, Harassment & Retaliation

Title IX/DHR Ambassador Program

Each year, near the end of the fall semester, we recruit new members of an important team of student interns who assist the Title IX/DHR office with tasks critical to prevention and response for cases of discrimination and sexual misconduct. 

Title IX/DHR Campus Ambassadors carry out important education, prevention, and engagement activates including: bystander intervention, peer support and representing the Title IX/DHR office by tabling at campus events.

Students from all over campus in a variety of majors find that being a Title IX/DHR Campus Ambassador is a reworking experience, and are proud of their contribution to making their campus a safer and more inclusive environment.

To become a Title IX/DHR Campus Ambassador, students must complete six hours of training, consisting of four sessions. Each session has two options to attend.

To sign up for this important, highly valuable opportunity to positively impact your campus, please email Amy Gessler and identify which four sessions you plan to attend.

Session 1: General information about the program and the T9/DHR office

Session 2: In Depth Process Review, Civility Standards & Crucial Conversations

Session 3: Trauma Informed Approach, Bystander and Prevention Strategies  

Session 4: Identifying and Addressing Unconscious Bias and Microagressions

Training sessions will begin early next semester.  Dates and times to be posted soon!

 

*All sessions will be held via Zoom.