Training and Mentorship Opportunities

Just & Compassionate AAP: Bystander Intervention Training

This training session is designed to give students knowledge, skills, and awareness to become pro-social bystander in the AAP Community and beyond. Participants will:

  • Learn about different types of microaggressions and their impacts
  • Learn techniques to become a pro-social bystander
  • Develop a common language around microaggressions, bias incidents, and hate crimes
  • Better understand Cornell resources and services to support allyship and coalition building

 

AAP Family Network

The primary goals of this pilot mentorship program are to demystify life after graduation, strengthen a sense of belonging for current students, and provide an opportunity for students and alumni to engage with the university community and beyond. A group of five students, one from each class, and an alum will be assigned to each participating family.

 

Heritage Month Programing

Each month, the Office of Diversity + Inclusion celebrates a variety of heritage months and festivities to acknowledge and affirm diversity at Cornell University. We center many of the communities’ social identities year-round through conversations and programming grounded in intersectionality. We welcome any and all members of our community to engage in these celebrations. To learn more about how some of these events are celebrated visit the Cornell DEI Celebration page.

  • Latinx/a/o - Hispanic Heritage Month

    September 15–October 15
  • Native American Heritage Month

    November 1–30
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Days of Celebration

    January 15–25
  • Black History Month

    February 1–28
  • Women's History Month

    March 1–28
  • Celebrate Diversity Month

    April 1–30
  • Asian-Pacific Islander-Desi/American Heritage Month

    May 1–31
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