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The Intercultural Facilitator Program
What does the program do?
The Intercultural Facilitator Program is a student-facilitated program designed to help
students learn about identity-based social inequalities and social justice. The program
offers members of the LMU community an
opportunity to engage in dialogues about
important social divides concerning race,
gender, sexual orientation, religion and class in
an increasingly diverse world. The program
promotes the importance of engaging in these
critical conversations, which lead to an
authentic understanding of self, an honest and
inclusive approach to transformative student
development all while by providing simple but
comprehensive ways to engage and inspire the community.
Excellence Award: Bronze Certificate, National Association of Student Personnel
Administrators, (January 2016).
Community Impact Award, Jesuit Association of
Student Personnel Administrators (August 2015).
Ignatian Medal for Outstanding Commitment to
Diversity and Social Justice, Jesuit Association of
Student Personnel. (March 2014).
University Program of the Year, Loyola Marymount
University, (April 2014)
The Community Impact Award, Jesuit Association
of Student Personnel Administrators (September
How to get involved?
If you are a student who is interested in becoming an Intercultural Facilitator, APPLY
If you are interested in requesting a facilitated workshop, please submit your online
form least two weeks before the event. Your request will be scheduled within 24 hours,
and you will receive an email confirmation.