Partner With Us
Interested in CMEP co-sponsorship for your event? CMEP is committed to issues of diversity and social justice. We support the events and initiatives of student clubs and organizations that explore the intersections of multiple identities and/or issues related to social justice.
CMEP cosponsorship can include, but is not limited to, financial cosponsorship, marketing via our weekly e-newsletter and staff support with planning the event. If you are intersted in cosponsorship, please fill out this form.
If you have any questions, please contact Gadise Regassa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to our 3 campus-wide Zone trainings, CMEP also offers free social justice trainings and workshops to the campus community upon request. Request a training by filling out this request form.
This document is not a contract and serves as a basic request that will be reviewed and responded to within 7 business days. We prefer 4-6 weeks advance notice when requesting a program or educational assistance, and a minimum of 15 participants per program.
Connect With Us
Work With Us
Fieldwork positions are granted on a case by case basis. This position is unpaid and requires around 10 hours per week; there are possibilities to receive credit through your school (as Fieldwork or an Independent Study).
This position requires an individual who possesses experience with and/or knowledge of diversity and social justice, preferably experience working with students from underrepresented and/or marginalized backgrounds. This position requires strong interpersonal skills, a desire to work closely with professional staff and students, strong organizational skills, and self-motivation. Strong writing and/or presentation skills are a plus. This position responsibilities vary depending on the semester for which the candidate is accepted. This position will be further developed according to the skill set and interests of the selected candidate(s).
To inquire, please email email@example.com and include your resume.
Campus & Community Opportunities
The ACN Network provides a point of connection, support, and professional development, for NYU Administrators of Color that self-identify as a person of color: African/African American/Black/Caribbean, Arab/Arab American/Middle Eastern, Asian/Asian American/Pacific Islander/Desi, Bi/Multiracial, Latina/o, Native American/Indigenous. Participation is on a volunteer basis.
Join the listserv & engage the community through our NYU ACN Facebook Group
The SJ Expo is cosponsored by NYU’s College of Global Public Health Student Governing Council (CGPH SGC) and NYU CMEP. After several months of analyzing pressing social issues at their respective schools and youth organizations, students of all grade levels have an opportunity to share their findings and network with other young researchers and organizers, college students, community leaders, elected officials, and foundation representatives. Student participants and guest judges—including college professors, community organizers, and nonprofit leaders—provide immediate and specific feedback. Every project is publicly recognized for its strengths and achievements.
Visit their website or Facebook page to find ways to get involved or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Multicultural Alumni Committee promotes greater multicultural alumni participation in University affairs and multicultural community initiatives and works to enhance the active engagement of multicultural alumni as members of the NYU Alumni Association.
Furthermore, the Multicultural Committee seeks the assistance and support of diverse alumni in the major diversity departments and initiatives of NYU, including the Office of the Assistant Vice President for Student Diversity, The Center for Multicultural Education and Programs, Martin Luther King, Jr. Week, and the Multicultural Alumni Reception during Alumni Reunion Weekend.
The Multicultural Committee also identifies methods for fundraising that would increase the participation of multicultural alumni in university events and activities and can provide financial support for the multicultural students at NYU.