Gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of differences, improve your ability to effectively address complex issues, and learn how to cultivate an inclusive environment in an organization or workplace!
The Diversity Leadership Development Program (DLDP) provides an immersive experience through the integration of competency-building seminars and applied professional learning.
DLDP admits one cohort per year; for 2018-2019, there will one cohort which meets on Thursday afternoons in the Winter and Spring quarters.
- Earn academic units (2 units, pass/no pass) and a certificate of completion
- Build peer and mentor connections
- Boost your resume with demonstrated leadership and professional experience
- Develop communication and leadership skills vital to succeeding in a diverse workplace
Duration is two quarters (Winter and Spring)
Topical Seminars and Sustained Dialogue
- meet weekly to participate in class sessions and sustained dialogue
- seminar topics include diversity, privilege, oppression, intersecting identities, cross cultural communication, professionalism, gender, LGBTQIA identity, ally development and taking action
- complete a relevant project or internship
- read articles, watch videos, write reflections
Seminars are held weekly (on Thursdays) in the Student Community Center
Applied experience is scheduled independently
- Winter Seminars: January 10th - March 14th, 4:10-6:00 pm
- Spring Seminars: April 4th - May 16th, 4:10-6:00 pm
- Final Presentations: May 23rd, 4:10-8:00 pm
- Certificate Award Ceremony: May 31st, 4:10-6:00 pm
Open Enrollment is from October 1st - November 19th, 2018
- Complete and submit a DLDP Registration Form (available here between Oct 1 and Nov 19)
DLDP Registration Form
- CLL Staff will contact you to schedule a meeting to finalize your enrollment, after which you will be provided the course CRN.
DLDP is made possible through collaborative effort among the Center for Leadership Learning, Cross Cultural Center, Internship and Career Center, LGBTQIA Resource Center, Office of Campus Community Relations, and Women’s Resources & Research Center.