We work with campus partners across the college to provide opportunities for students to connect with their peers, faculty, staff, alumni, and local community members. From leadership development opportunities to informal dialogues about race, class, and power in our student lounge, we invite you to come and connect with us. The Center aims to proactively engage the campus community through educational opportunities focusing on identity, power, equity, and social justice issues to encourage social change. 

"Never Give Up: Believing Works!" | Tanya Hutchins '89 | Intercultural Career Connections

"Pivot. Don't Panic." | Ahmad Boyd '17 | Intercultural Career Connections

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This is a resource for all students based on the spring '21 Intercultural Career Connections program. 

We're not the only ones!

There are many avenues to engaging and grappling with issues of equity and inclusion. Ithaca College provides learning opportunities on topics of identity, power, privilege, and social justice in addition to our Center's offerings from programs in the residence hall to academic credit-bearing courses. Here are just a few additional resources for on-going education in diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

The Student Leadership Institute (Leading in a Diverse World), The Office of Student Engagement

The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (Academic Minors and Discussion Series)

Women's and Gender Studies Program (Academic Minor and Events)

Center for LGBT Education, Outreach, and Services (Programs and Events)

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (Programs and Events)

Ithaca College First-Generation Center (Programs and Events)

MLK Scholars Program