Building community through diversity, leadership & service.
The Campus Coalition Builders are available to facilitate conversations or can work with you to design a workshop or session to fit the needs adn time restraints of a small staff or large group of people. The workshops and classes listed below are those offered. Check the link above for current dates.
Lunch & Learn Forums
You are invited to attend a lunch and learn forum held from noon-1:30pm throughout the school year. Dates and topics are listed in the event calendar. No pre-registration is required and lunches are welcome.
Building Community through Diversity: an Introduction to the NCBI Model
This 2-hour presentation is specifically designed to introduce participants to the theory and philosophy behind the National Coalition Building Institute community building model. Interactive exercises and plenty of time for questions and answers will be built into the day. Everyone welcome!
Building Skills to Effectively Interrupt Prejudical Behaviors
PRE-REQUISITE: "Welcoming Diversity: Valuing the Differences Among Us" workshop. This interactive skill building session that will focus on approaching interactions in a way that empowers you to help resist freezing in the moment and practicing skills to address prejudicial remarks, and slurs, using real life scenarios.
Welcoming Diversity: Valuing the Differences Among Us
This day-long workshop uses the award winning National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) community building model. OSU's team of NCBI trained facilitators lead participants through a series of interactive exercises and conversations to assist them in identifying and understanding the impact of oppression and oppressive behaviors on themselves and others. Participants will be introduced to skills that can empower them to become more effective leaders and allies for others.
Workshop goals include: identifying misinformation we have learned about others; identifying and express pride in groups we belong to; learning how other groups experience mistreatment; learning the personal impact of incidents of discrimination; and learning how to interrupt prejudicial remarks.