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The mission of Multicultural and Identity Programs MIP is to cultivate


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1 OVERVIEW The mission of Multicultural an
OVERVIEW The mission of Multicultural and Identity Programs (MIP) is to cultivate an inclusive and afrming Babson community that promotes belonging for every student. In alignment with the mission and values of Babson College and Learner Success & Campus Life, the overall purpose of the Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) leader position assists in the development of a community that is socially just and equitable for students across all social identities. JEDIs will act as a catalyst for generating socially conscious leaders who implement ET&A to uplift marginalized communities. Change (ARC) team, the JEDI leaders work to strengthen the student environment and advance the creation of an inclusive and afrming community by building relationships with students and conducting educational, cultural, social, and personal enrichment programs that promote dialogue, cultural awareness, intercultural knowledge and skills, and social justice principles. To this end, JEDI leaders work together as a team to educate and support each other along with fellow students and catalyze learning around many social identities. Ability Faith/ReligionSocioeconomic Status/Class Lifestyle/Interests Language Sexual OrientationNationality/Ethnicity Furthermore, JEDI serve as a resource to support the needs and lived experiences of our students from historically marginalized and underrepresented communities, including activities such as mentorship, problem to, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC); economically disadvantaged international and undocumented students; students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ+) or other marginalized sexual or gender identities; religious and/or spiritual students, and students with disabilities. JEDI Coordinator Role The JEDI Coordinators, a senior leadership role that advises JEDI Leaders, also works to increase the awareness, knowledge and skills of their peers in the areas of social identity development, social justice, equity, and inclusion. JEDI Coordinators will co-facilitate trainings and dialogues both during summer training and Supervision and support of the JEDI Leader and Coordinator positions is provided by the Director of Multicultural and Identity Programs. For additional questions regarding the role email the Ofce of Multicultural and Identity Programs at multicultural@ babson.edu. See next page for additional position requirements. MULTICULTURAL AND IDENTITY PROGRAMS POSITION DESCRIPTION Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) Leader APPLICATION TIMELINE January 11 Application Opens January 31 Application Due February 8-17 Individual Interviews February 19 Group Process March 5 Notication of Decision PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES » Act as a role model and maintain a positive attitude while working to build an inclusive intercultural com - munity » Serve as an advocate for students with underrepresented social identities and gro

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ups in the community by referring them to appropriate resources and campus ofces » Meet individually with students who are experiencing concerns or issues regarding social identity, inclusion, and marginalization » Create and implement regularly scheduled “ofce hours” in the Diversity Suite to be a resource for residents » Develop and coordinate active and passive educational programming for the student community (including bulletin boards, posters, and social media posts) » Serve as a facilitator of critical dialogues with students on critical equity, inclusion and justice issues or con - cerns using restorative justice principles » Collaborate with each other to create and implement large scale community programs that further the mis - sion of MIP and Learner Success & Campus Life » Partner with the Multicultural Student Leadership Council (MSLC) and the cultural student clubs and orga - nizations to organize relevant programming » Plan, facilitate, and assess social justice learning workshops and education for students including critical dialogues for community engagement » Attend summer & winter training trainings (dates TBD), weekly JEDI team meetings (Tuesdays 6:30pm-8pm), and regular supervisory meetings » Assist with ongoing departmental assessment efforts TIME COMMITMENT » The JEDI Leader position averages 5-10 hours per week. JEDI Coordinators will average an additional 2-3 hours per week. » Participate in biweekly meetings on Tuesday nights from 6:30pm-8pm » Attend monthly meetings with your supervisor » JEDI Leaders are expected to speak with their supervisor before committing to other employment » Other jobs must be scheduled around JEDI Leader obligations including, but not limited to team meetings, one-on-one meetings, programs, retreats, etc. ELIGIBILITY & REQUIREMENTS » A passion for topics of social identity development, inclusion, equity, and social justice » Prior experience with social justice education, dialogue facilitation, and/or social identity development preferred » Demonstrated ability to be adaptable, positive and help others » Must be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student » Maintain a 2.5 GPA » Adhere to Babson Code of Community Standards » Must attend spring and summer training sessions BENEFITS » Students in this position will gain valuable leadership experience; an ability to facilitate critical conversa - tions and dialogues around issues of social identity development, privilege, power, and allyship; facilitation and communication skills; and experience working as a team with others passionate about topics of diversi - ty, social justice, and equity. » Opportunities for professional and personal development for JEDI leaders will be made available at the dis - cretion of the Director of Multicultural and Identity Programs and may be provided at little to no additional cost to the student in this position