Students Empowering & Engaging in Dialogue (SEED) Peer Educator Application
Application Deadline: June 15th, 2021 (rolling application)
Continuing applicants will have an interview with SEED staff during the summer
This application form has 3 sections:
Page 1: Review Job Description
Page 2: Personal Information
Page 3: Short Answer Questions
If you have any questions, please email Laxmi Shastry:
We look forward to your application! Thank you!
SEED Peer Educator Job Description
SEED (Students Empowering & Engaging in Dialogue) provides free, peer-led workshops for the campus community. These workshops are opportunities for groups of CSU students to engage across differences and to increase their awareness, understanding, and skills on topics of diversity, identity, bias, and social justice. They are interactive (activity and dialogue based) and led by trained undergraduate student facilitators. SEED offers a variety of workshop topics and is open to creating a unique session based on your group’s interests and needs. If you would like to request a workshop or want to learn more, please contact
SEED Peer Educators develop and co-facilitate workshops on topics of dialogue, social identities, bias, privilege, oppression, etc. to student groups that request them. In addition to leading workshops, Peer Educators engage in ongoing training and development through meetings and self-directed learning to continue building their social justice awareness and facilitation skills.
Position Expectations/Terms of Employment:
-Attend required Fall Training in mid-August, dates TBD
-Attend required Spring Training in mid-January, dates TBD
-Attend required weekly staff meetings, Thursdays 3:30-5:30pm MT
-Attend regularly scheduled one-on-one meetings with the SEED supervisor
-Work 5 hours each week
-Sign up for and lead 1-4 workshops each semester and complete all related tasks (preparing and planning with co-facilitator, facilitating the workshop, submitting a post-workshop reflection)
-Peer educators are not expected to work during fall, winter, spring, or summer breaks, recognized school holidays, or final exam weeks
-Must be an enrolled undergraduate CSU student
-Hold and maintain good academic standing.
-Knowledge of social identities (race, ethnicity, sexual/romantic orientation, gender, disability, socioeconomic status, religion, -nationality, documentation status etc.) and inclusion/justice concepts (bias, privilege, oppression, etc.)
-Effective communication skills
-Readiness to engage in dialogue with peers with different perspectives
-Flexibility to take initiative and work independently as well as work with a team and collaborate with peers
-Commit, to best of ability, to an academic year appointment from August 2021 - May 2022
-Experience facilitating small groups
-Creative skills to develop new workshops around various social justice issues
-Have several open blocks of time throughout the week to be available to lead requested workshops
Start Date: Sunday, August 15th, 2021
Pay Rate: $12.32/hr
(This is not a work study position. Students may use their work study award for this position, but work study is not required.)
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