Multicultural Affairs is looking for dynamic student facilitators to help lead Under1Roof dialogues for incoming first-year students during the New Student Orientation Program (NSOP) and student-led ROOTED dialogues throughout the academic year.
Information about Under1Roof
Under1Roof is a dialogue-based program during New Student Orientation Program (NSOP) that explores how we individually and collectively create an inclusive community at Columbia University. It provides the framework for how inter-group understanding, community building and social responsibility are achieved through continual engagement and education about the different social identities we all bring to campus. It aims to begin a sustained dialogue that will last throughout your time at Columbia and beyond.
Facilitators must be available on campus starting Wednesday, August 23, through Saturday, September 2. Early housing and meals are provided.
Information about ROOTED
ROOTED (Respecting Ourselves and Others Through Empathy and Dialogue) is dedicated to creating spaces of solidarity, empathy and learning for members of the Columbia community to explore identity, power and privilege. Led by trained student facilitators, ROOTED hosts respectful and informed discussions throughout the academic year about diversity and explores the commonalities and disparities among the social and political treatment of different groups in society.