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LINKS: Workshops for Students

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Learn more about the LINKS (Learning, Inclusion & Knowledge for Students) Program and how our Peer Facilitators are bringing vital dialogues to student communities. (Videographed and edited by Shirley Yumeng He)

LINKS: Learning, Inclusion & Knowledge for Students

The LINKS program encompasses the student-facilitated offerings of the IBIC Office. LINKS workshops are designed and facilitated by trained peer facilitators, who utilize peer-to-peer dialogues and experiential learning to foster exploration of identity, diversity, inclusion, belonging and equity.

LINKS offers two ways to engage:

For Your Consideration. For Your Consideration workshops explore a range of topics chosen by students, for students, that uplift the sharing of personal experiences through interactive activities. These one-off workshops happen regularly throughout the school year and offer an easy entry point to dialogue and community.

Request a Workshop. For those involved in student communities (e.g. athletic teams, residences, lab groups, student organizations) we offer a Request a Workshop option, where Peer Facilitators work with you to design a workshop that can help you foster a more diverse, inclusive and equitable community.