Interested in leading a Peer-to-Peer Workshop? That is great! We know everyone has busy schedules so we appreciate that you are interested in taking time out of yours to help your peers learn new skills!
You may be wondering what the Peer-to-Peer Workshops are all about. The initiative was started through the work of the Association of Graduate Planners and the Student Teaching Excellence Committee (STEC) as a way of connecting students and creating an environment where peers can expose each other to new skills and activities. It is a student run initiative and this is the first time the workshops have been run.
You may also be wondering who it is open to – It is open to all graduate students in the Faculty of Environment to both lead a workshop and participate. Do you have expertise in a unique activity you think could benefit others? Maybe you are a whiz at ArcGIS. Why not share those skills?
It is a one half day (approximate) commitment, where you simply share your knowledge of a particular program or activity, as well as a small time commitment for administrative purposes before and after the workshop (i.e. email discussions, workshop preparation).
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Still have questions? We’d be happy to answer them! Email Nicole Goodbrand at firstname.lastname@example.org