Any USD-affiliated individual or group may request a Rainbow Educators Workshop for an on-campus organization, group, or class by submitting a Workshop Request Form on the Rainbow Educators' website or by contacting the UFMC Associate Director Adan Sanchez in SLP-418B or at (619) 260-6871. All requests should be made at least two weeks prior to the proposed date of the workshop. Presentations are tailored to the specific needs and learning goals of the requester/requesting group. For example, workshops may focus on one or more of the following: history, culture, stereotypes, religious issues, legal/political issues, coming out, hate crimes, diversity within the LGBT community, homophobia and heterosexism. Workshops are interactive, dynamic, and fun; they include films, role plays, visualizations, personal stories, and questions/answers.
To facilitate the planning process, the requester will be asked to provide the specific date, time, length, location, contact person, and expected attendance at the workshop, along with specific issues to be addressed. The UFMC Director will then ask the Rainbow Educators to sign up for the workshop, as available. Rainbow Educators plan the workshop, and the UFMC Director is responsible for making any necessary handouts.
NOTE: All fields must be filled out or all information will be lost and the form will have to be resubmitted.