About Us

SEED Peer Educators develop and co-facilitate workshops on topics of dialogue, social identities, 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.  

Responsibilities & Expectations: 

  • Attend the required Fall and Spring semester retreats  
  • Attend required weekly staff meetings, Thursdays 3:30-5:30pm in the LSC 
  • 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-working reflection)