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Ally 101 Training
This training has historically explored the differences between sex assigned at birth, gender identity, gender expression, and sexuality, as well as the coming out process, pronouns, resources and tools/skills for allyship. (Students, Faculty, Staff)

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Crafting the World We Want to Live In
This presentation was created for freshman orientation students and provides a brief introduction into UNT's diversity & inclusion policies/practices highlighting the MC, PA, and OSL. (Students)

Creating a Trans Inclusive Workspace
This training explores gender identity, gender expression, and sex assigned at birth. It also explores promising practices for inclusion in business settings. The training reviews resources and support networks for transgender communities and introduces the HRC Corporate Equality Index. (Community Businesses, Students, Faculty, Staff)

Supporting Queer______: What is Your Role? (Usually Queer "Students", but can be interchangeable)
This training has historically explored the differences between sex assigned at birth, gender identity, gender expression, and sexuality, and incorporates skills and tools for equity and inclusion of gender identity and sexuality. This is geared toward leaders or those who are in/going to be in a helping profession. (Students, Faculty, Staff)

More training opportunities coming in 2018

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Please allow at least 30 days before the desired training date to submit a training request. Most of the trainings provided by our office require at least an hour and 15 minutes for presentation.

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Crafting the World We Want to Live In
This presentation was created for freshman orientation students and provides a brief introduction into UNT's diversity & inclusion policies/practices highlighting the MC, PA, and OSL.

From Awareness to Action
This workshop was created for Resident Assistants during Residence Life training. It will allow participants to learn more about gender identities, race/ethnicity and how to respond to bias language. They will review resources that the MC offers.

Multicultural Center 101
Introductory presentation for student organizations/departments interested in learning about the services and resources offered by the Multicultural Center.

Leadership in a Global Society
Academic presentation typically delivered to leadership certificate courses. Students will be familiar with current student demographics and be able to discuss both external and internal identities.

My Culture is Not a Costume
This presentation was created for residence halls as a means to kickstart a conversation around cultural appropriation, race and ethnicity.

More training opportunities coming in 2017

Request a training

Please allow at least 30 days before the desired training date to submit a training request. Most of the trainings provided by our office require at least an hour and 15 minutes for presentation.

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Contact Information

Location: Student Union 335
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Phone: 940.565.3424
Email: multicultural@unt.edu

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