Intersectional Justice Facilitator
This program is perfect for...
... any student committed to the broader principles of intersectional justice, and most impactful for students of historically marginalized communities with a political lens to living, being, and organizing. This will help undergraduate students who are thinking about graduate school but may not be confident enough yet. This can also support students who are planning careers in higher education, teaching, or grassroots and non-profit community organizing.
What you'll learn
|2020-21 CERTIFICATE PROGRAM COURSE SCHEDULE|
|Required PaCE Courses||Units||Fall||Winter||Spring||Summer|
|INT X415 Introduction to Intersectional Justice||4|
|INT X416 Application and Facilitation of Intersectional Justice||4|
|Required UCSB Electives|
|Choose 8 units of electives from the list to be provided HERE. UCSB Elective Courses can be taken through PaCE's Open University.||8|
Online UCSB / Blended Downtown Santa Barbara
Apply for Admission
Partial scholarships are now available with the support of Student Affairs! Contact Jessica Trumble, Scholarship and Donor Relations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.