D.E.E.P. Impact Diversity Educator Positions

Diversity Educators are paid Student Staff who faciliate DEEP Impact Dialogues, deliver outreach presentations, and represent DEEP Impact, CMSS, and JMU on and off campus. Diversity Educators lead monthly dialogues for the student body, participate in Outreach presentations & educational workshops across campus, and enagae with the community through tabling and social media.

Diversity Educators are expected to work 10-12 hours per week at $11.00/hr and must commit to working the entire 2022-2023 Academic Year. Training takes place August 15 - August 18, 2022 on campus.  

Employment Requirements: Students must have participated and completed the Fall HRD 123 Course: Developing Multicultural Competency for Effective Communiction.  The course is offered every Fall semester. 

Applications open March 1, 2022 through March 18, 2022.

  • Application sign-up to open February 14th
  • Join an optional D.E.E.P. Impact Info Session on Tuesday, February 15th at 7PM or Thursday, February 24th via Zoom
  • Interviews will be conducted begining the week of March 21, 2022
  • Final hiring decisions are made in April 2022

HRD 123 Course 

Are you thinking about ways increase awareness of your identies? Tools for engaging in dialogue and conversation? Opportunities to participate and lead campus conversations on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion?  Sign up for HRD 123: Developing Multicultural Competence for Effective Facilitation for Fall 2022!  Though open to all undergraduate students, those interested in becoming a DEEP Impact Diversity Educator must enroll (with instructor permission) and successfully complete HRD 123. 

Interested in Learning More?

Attend an virtual information session (optional) to hear more information about HRD 123 and the Diversity Educator application process.  

HRD 123 Information Sessions
Tuesday, February 15th 6:30PM Zoom (access link here)
Thursday, February 24th 7:00PM Zoom (access link here)
Demonstrate an awareness of their own social identities, including a recognition of privilege and marginalization HRD 123 Course Objectives:
  • Demonstrate an increased knowledge of various social identities and identity groups
  • Critique cultural texts such as songs or video clips
  • Develop diversity education programming, including creating educational presentations and selecting dialogue models
  • Identify and apply skills for effective facilitation, including active listening and trigger management
  • Apply group dynamics concepts to their experiences
  • Demonstrate emotional awareness through self-reflection

All students who sign up for HRD 123 will receive the appropriate course override code in time to register in April for the Fall 2022 HRD 123 course. Sign up here!

Student Assistant Positions
  • Office Assistant
  • Social Media / Marketing Assistant
  • Graphic Design / Photographer

All positions are posted on the student employment website as they become available. Visit the Student Employment website for more information on Student Assistant Positions.

Graduate Assistantships
  • D.E.E.P. Impact GA
  • Leadership Development GA

Descriptions of all assistantships can be found on the College Student Personnel Administration website or contact Rebeca Barge at bargers@jmu.edu.

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