Lead Facilitators will work in conjunction with a current undergraduate peer facilitator to guide discussion for a section of SEM 100, which is comprised of approximately 20 first year students in the Fall 2020 semester. These discussions are anchored around increasing the sense of belonging on the Syracuse University campus. Discussions will include dialogue around race, class, gender and other topics related to equity and inclusion. Facilitators will be provided with a curriculum guide, training, and ongoing support throughout the duration of SEM 100. Lead facilitators will meet with their peer facilitator outside of class hours for course planning. Lead facilitators will also be invited and encouraged to attend, campus events, beginning with orientation weekend, that SEM 100 students will be attending.
Syracuse University is a place where talent, desire, and opportunity thrive. In 12 different schools and colleges that span the liberal arts and professional disciplines, students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds come together to learn, create, and break boundaries.
The University is also a vital part of the community, providing services as well as being a leader in employee benefits, work-life and organizational development, training, student employment, staff relations, and workforce diversity.
Syracuse itself is located at the crossroads of New York State, and offers a lush landscape of seasons. From fun-filled summers in the Finger Lakes to snowy winters that thrill outdoor sports enthusiasts, the area truly has something for everyone.