Recruiting Social Justice Peer Educators for Fall 2021!

Student Diversity & Inclusion is excited to announce a new social justice leadership opportunity on campus launching in the Fall, the Social Justice Peer Educators! The Social Justice Peer Educators (SJPEs) program is a new peer-to-peer social justice program and is a paid leadership opportunity for students. The opportunity includes the training of 8-10 student leaders who are passionate about social justice to facilitate peer-led workshops on identity, social justice, and creating inclusive and just environments on campus.

Note: hired student leaders must be available to participate in meetings, workshops, and a retreat as required of the position throughout the 2021-2022 year.

There are two upcoming information sessions for students to learn more about the program and learn how to apply! Feel free to join either session, the first happening on April 28th at 5pm and the second on May 5th at 5pm. They will be giving away free GrubHub gift cards at the information sessions too to get you fueled for the end of the semester!

Social Justice Peer Educators 
Information Sessions
Student Diversity & Inclusion

Wednesday, April 28 & May 5 | 5 p.m.

Please contact Rachel Garcia ( with any questions.