Diversity University I and II

Diversity University I 

will be offered on 

June 22 - June 26, 2020 and

July 27 - July 31, 2020

Time: 8:00 am am to 4:30 pm

Cost: $50 per session

Location: Pikes Peak Community College, Centennial Campus


Diversity University II

Join us on 

July 13- July 15, 2020

 Time: 8am to 4:30pm 

The cost to attend is $70. Enrollment is  limited. 

(location to be determined)

If you have attended Diversity University I 

and want to go the next level,  

please join us for Diversity University II.


Registration

Please select the appropriate session link below to  register.

Then select the appropriate PayPal Pay Now button below to submit payment.


Register for Diversity University I 

June 22-26, 2020

Register


Register for Diversity University I 

July 27-31, 2020

Register


Register for Diversity University II

July 27-31, 2020

Register


Sumbit Payment For Diversity University I ($50)

Submit Payment for Diversity University II ($70)

Diversity university I

The purpose of this institute is to improve the ability of professionals and the community to respond to the needs of a culturally diverse population. Diversity University is designed to help individuals address their biases and leverage their power to address problems of disparate treatment of individuals within their work environment. The fee for attendance is $50.  Participants are eligible for 20 hours of CLEs, 2.5 graduate credits from Adams State University (additional cost of $137.50) and/or 40 contact hours for CDE licensure.   Please register at www.educatingchildrenofcolor.org.

60 people attended Diversity University in 2018 at Pikes Peak Community College. Since its inception in 2013, participants have ranged in age from 17 to 86 years old. Representatives from a multitude of agencies have attended, including the El Paso County Sheriff’s office, the Colorado Springs Police Department, Pikes Peak Community College, the El Paso County Attorney's Office, mediators, YMCA, Penrose Hospital, Regis University, El Paso County Department of Human Services, the Office of the Guardian ad Litem, Woodland Park School District, Metro State University, Harrison School District 2, District 11, District 8, Adams County School District, Denver Public Schools, Colorado Department of Education, the National Forest Service, Colorado Springs Utilities  and the Fourth Judicial District. 


Feedback

“Was it worth it?  Words are inadequate to describe this experience.  Not easy to go thru emotionally, but outstanding presentation. Transforming.” 

"To be bold, take opportunities where they are, to plant the seeds of kindness and change. I can’t even put into words the change that has come over me this week.  I came expecting to be ‘taught’ how to teach others.  What I got was a lesson on me. I have found myself, my spark, my inspiration to draw from. Who I am, where I’ve been and where I’m going. Realizing how I can be a force for change from within to make a difference in the hearts and minds of those around me."


For more information please contact: Regina Walter at ecocinc@gmail.com or 719-640-6633 

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Diversity University II

If you have attended Diversity University and want to go the next level,  please join us for Diversity University II. This is an opportunity to delve deeper into implicit bias and its impact. Join us on July 13 to July 15, 2020 from 8:00am to 4:30pm (location to be determined). 


Judge Regina Walter (Ret.) and Dr. Regina Lewis will facilitate courageous conversations about race, immigration, reparations, politics, poverty, the stigma of mental illness and other topics. The cost to attend is $70. Enrollment is  limited. Please register at www.educatingchildrenofcolor.org


For more information please contact: Regina Walter at ecocinc@gmail.com or 719-640-6633 

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