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Ambassador of Equality Program 

The Ambassador of Equality is an award program that gives students the necessary tools to aid the Office of Multicultural Student Services in creating an atmosphere of mutual respect and inclusion on the campus. Earning the Ambassador of Equality distinction demonstrates a person’s want, willingness and dedication to make the Robert Morris University community more inclusive. 


The Ambassador of Equality is an award program that gives students the necessary tools to aid the Office of Multicultural Student Services in creating an atmosphere of mutual respect and inclusion on the campus.

 Earning the Ambassador of Equality distinction demonstrates a person’s want, willingness, and dedication to make the Robert Morris University community more inclusive.     

 

Upon completion of the award you will receive:

    • Recognition at the annual Student Excellence Dinner
    • Special designation at graduation
    • Student Engagement Transcript  credit 

 Benefits

    • Becoming an Ambassador of Equality satisfies in part, the Student Engagement Transcript’s Global Experience category.
    • It is a great way to get involved on campus and meet people from all different cultures.
    • It looks great on your resume, as employers are looking for employees that have been trained to               employ cultural sensitivity and have participated in diversity training.
    • Your participation in the program will include attending workshops and speakers that will enhance your leadership capability.  

 There are four requirements necessary to complete the Ambassador of Equality. 

1.      Attend any two multicultural presentations or programs approved by the Office of Multicultural Student                Services over the course of two successive semesters. Programs may include but are not limited to:

a.       Diversity Speaker Series

b.      De La Gente

c.       Safe Zone Training

d.      Identity Month Celebrations

 

2.      Serve as a member in any multicultural based opportunity:

a.       Asian Student Association

b.      Black Student Union 

c.       Carpe Mundum

d.      Claddagh Club

e.       Global Ambassadors

f.       Hillel

g.      National Society of Black Engineers

h.      NPHC organizations

i.        Saudi Student Club

j.        Society of Women Engineers

k.      Student Alliance for Equality

l.        Voci Italiane

3.      Complete Diversity 101 and 102 trainings.  Trainings are offered at least twice each semester.  Please check the office’s website for updates of times for trainings.

 

4.      Complete an educational component to demonstrate your competency of multiculturalism, diversity, and             inclusion. These components may be  one of the following:

a.       Writing or presenting research

b.      Creating and implementing a program around an issue concerning multiculturalism

c.       Hosting an event in partnership with the Office of Multicultural Student Services

d.      Participating in a service trip with the Office of Student Civic Engagement