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Intercultural Facilitator
Mission
The Program is committed to promoting on-going discussions and dialogues that encourage intercultural
student development. We incorporate forward thinking strategies designed to make students the center of our
synergistic efforts.
Important notes: We meet students where they’re at. A priority is to engage students who are not as aware of
cultural diversity.
Duties
• Assist in the development, coordination, organization, and implementation of dialogue programs
• Promote intercultural values by working collaboratively with all EIS units and LMU departments
• Attend training sessions and retreats as designated
• Commit to working at least one week prior to the start of classes
• Reporting with different offices
• Other duties as assigned
Some specific goals of the Intergroup Dialogue Program include:
• To develop a refined capacity for dialogue rather than debate — true listening, connected inquiry,
perspective-taking, connection with others, and self-reflection
• To develop a critical understanding of one’s own identity as a unique individual as well as a member of
multiple social groups, at a personal and political level, in particular in a social context of power and
inequality
• To explore the similarities and differences in experiences within and across social group memberships
• To develop skills to work with and across differences, including a refined ability to work with and view
conflict as an opportunity for true learning and social transformation
• To redefine social action and identify creative ways to promote social justice
• To promote LMU’s mission of equity and excellence through a curricular initiative that focuses explicitly
on intergroup relations for social justice
Minimum Qualifications
• Minimum 3.0 GPA
• Work-Study eligibility (no T-work available & if no work-study you may volunteer)
• Must have excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills
• Demonstrated interest in supporting LMU's intercultural community and an interest in educating
LMU’s broader community about the various cultural communities represented by EIS
• Interest in the Ethnic and Intercultural Services Department and awareness of their own identity
• Demonstrated interest in social, cultural, and political issues and concerns impacting EIS student
communities on and off-campus
• Applicants must be available for staff meetings
• Applicants must also be available to work an average of 10 hours per week
• Seeking facilitators who exhibit responsibility, the desire to teach, learn, and grow with others and a
commitment to the pursuit of social justice (across a broad continuum from individual to societal).
• Sophomore, Junior or Senior
• Be able to identify their preferred leadership style and apply their preferred leadership style in their
interactions with students
Compensation
On average, the IF’s with work-study, works up to 10 hours per week. Some evening and weekend hours
required. The IF’s are paid hourly according to the LMU’s Student Employee Pay Scale set by Payroll


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