The Center offers paid social justice peer educator positions. A social justice peer educator at the Center is a paid position that works to create an inclusive campus at CU Boulder. Peer educators work to create an inclusive campus community by co-designing dynamic and interactive presentations on relevent social justice topics. Presentations topics include LGBTQ+ inclusion, interrupting sexism and intersectionality. In additional to expanding understanding about social justice matters, peer educators develop social media content and video story telling to help broaden educational reach.
Expectations and benefits of Peer Education
Peer educators work to hone valuable educational skills in an effort to better educate the CU Boulder community about specific social justice topics. As a peer educator, you can expect to:
- Further your understanding of multiple dimensions of social identity and intersectionality
- Increase your understanding of your own identities
- Develop public speaking and facilitation skills
- Learn about best practices for educating others about social justice topics
- Practice skills that interrupt sexism, bias towards the LGBTQ+ community and other types of oppression
- Practice self-reflection and learning from constructive feedback
- Develop effective presentation and multimedia communication skills
- Make friends and build collaborative relationships
We’re not currently recruiting peer educators, however, please check back in Fall 2020 as we may recruit at that time.
Peer Education Coordinator
Please visit us again in the fall to apply for peer educator opportunities. The position supports the Center’s peer education team, as well as manages requests and logistics for social justice-themed educational workshops and multi-media educational initiatives.
Connect with us
If you have any questions or want to learn more about being a peer educator in the future, we encourage you to reach out to us at email@example.com.