The Center for Inclusion and Social Change offers 9 workshops facilitated by the Education and Social Change and Pride Offices. All workshops are designed for CU Boulder undergraduate students, with the exception of SafeZone, which is designed for faculty and staff only. Please refer to the information below to learn more about requesting a workshop.
Questions? Contact the PEEPs.
Workshops for Undergraduate Students
Exploring Social Identities
Social Identities is a 90-minute workshop designed for students to recognize their own intersecting identities and those of others, while learning to be empathetic and open-minded to the experiences of others. Note: Minimum 15 confirmed attendees required.
Implicit Bias is a 90-minute workshop designed for students to understand unconscious bias, embrace diversity and implement strategies and behaviors to challenge implicit bias.
Inclusive Leadership is a 90-minute workshop designed for students to explore their values, their leadership style and how they can be inclusive leaders in their communities.
Interrupting Racism is a 90-minute workshop designed for students to engage in dialogue across difference, learn bystander intervention strategies and understand their role in combating racism.
Interrupting Sexism is a 90-minute workshop designed for students to recognize sexism and gender bias and learn strategies to promote gender equality.
Intersectionality is a 90-minute workshop designed for students to recognize that multiple identities intersect and interact with each other and how those identities can affect their privilege in society.
Let's Talk LGBTQ+
Let’s Talk LGBTQ+ is a 90-minute workshop designed for students to develop awareness and understanding of important terminology around varying identities and embrace diversity through empathy and respect.
Microaggressions is a 90-minute workshop designed for students to become aware of and explore various microaggressions, evaluate language and word choices and improve civil discourse and open exchange with others.
Workshops for Faculty and Staff
SafeZone (facilitated by the Pride Office) provides participants with the skills to create inclusive learning and work environments for people of diverse gender identities and sexual orientations. We cover topics such as campus climate, campus resources, heteronormativity, the spectrum of sex, gender, and sexual orientation and relationships, as well as how these identities intersect with other facets of identity such as race, religion and nationality. Those completing the training receive a Safe Zone sign for their office to signify that they provide an inclusive space for people of diverse gender identities and sexual orientations.
Workshops for Graduate Students
Workshops for undergraduate students can be facilitated by the Peers Educating & Empowering Peers (PEEPs) team or the Education and Social Change staff, while SafeZone for faculty and staff is facilitated by the Pride Office staff.
The first step is to review the workshops offered and fill out the workshop request form. Workshop requests are reviewed within two (2) business days by a member of the Peers Educating & Empowering Peers (PEEPs) team, who will follow up with the requestor to coordinate logistics, discuss outcomes and better understand the intended community. Our standard workshops require a minimum of four (4) weeks of advance notice of the expected event date. Custom workshops require a minimum of six to eight (6-8) weeks of advance notice.
All workshops require a minimum attendance of 12 participants, with the exception of Exploring Social Identities, which requires a minimum of 15 participants. If the minimum attendance requirement cannot be reached, you must email email@example.com at least two (2) days prior to your scheduled workshop to cancel your request.
Workshops that cannot reach the attendance requirement of 12 participants must be cancelled. To cancel, you must email firstname.lastname@example.org at least two (2) days prior to your scheduled training to cancel your request.
No, there are no fees for our workshops.
Please email email@example.com with any questions. We look forward to receiving your workshop request!