UTA Student Stories
I have been a part of the Social Justice Peer Educator program for a year. Through the program, both undergraduate and graduate students gain professional experience by working with various departments at UTA. Furthermore, students are given the freedom to bring social justice topics of their own interest to the greater UTA community. While tackling topics such as privilege and microaggressions may seem daunting at first, the Multicultural Affairs staff equips you with all the skills needed to successfully facilitate. As I prepare to graduate in December 2020 with a Master's in Higher Education, serving as a Social Justice Peer Educator has prepared me to discuss a diversity of topics with my future students and staff. I highly recommend become a Social Justice Peer Educator during your time at UTA.