Graduate students will be paired together to co-facilitate the dialogues. Co-facilitators are responsible for attending a rigorous training on IGD and facilitation, organizing weekly structured activities, and hosting weekly office hours for students.
Spring 2018 Facilitators
Spring 2017 Facilitators
“Learning and growing alongside two cohorts of thoughtful, curious JET participants was an incredible gift. I was fortunate to co-facilitate JET with two compassionate people. As a team, we leaned into conflict and cultivated spaces that honored vulnerability and encouraged connection. The importance of storytelling and speaking truth to power is a guidepost for my personal and professional life, and I am so grateful to have built these guideposts because of JET. Thanks to my experience as a JET facilitator, I volunteer as a facilitator for white racial caucus groups in Greater St. Louis where I work alongside other white folks to name race and racism in our lives and systems. In my day job, I use the art and science of facilitation to support nonprofits in the development of programs and evaluation systems, while also telling the story of their work through data. I have no doubt that intergroup dialogue and group facilitation will continue to inform my work moving forward!”