Our Model

Our work is grounded in five engaged learning opportunities.

1. STUDENT OUTREACH

Intercultural aides engage in visitations and interpersonal relationship building throughout the residence halls to create a more safe, comfortable and engaged campus for students of all backgrounds.

2. DIALOGUE

Every week Intercultural Aides facilitate inter-personal dialogues with students of different beliefs and backgrounds,  on social issues identity to social/global conflict.

3. CIVIC, SOCIAL, & CULTURAL INVOLVEMENT

Every week Intercultural Aides host civil, social and cultural engagement opportunities for students in the residence halls that include completing service projects with sustainable partner sites. Learn more about how to get involved in CSCs.

4. ENGAGED LEARNING

Intercultural Aides and support staff develop understandings of modern social justice issues through research and exploration of historical, sociological, and anthropological analysises of history

5. CAMPUS PARTNERSHIPS

Intercultural aides continually build relationship with residence education staff and other student communities to enhance opportunities for intercultural engagement on campus.