As you strive to think deeply, act justly and live wholeheartedly at Calvin and beyond we think it’s imperative to fully realize your college experience by engaging in learning outside of the classroom.MSDO Student leadership opportunities allow AHANA students to develop as leaders, develop as team players, strengthen their voice, impact our community and serve as educators and mentors for the campus and fellow AHANA students.
Stop by to MSDO to discuss the various opportunities that exist through our Multicultural Student Advisory Board Program, Mentors & Mentees Program and Student Ambassador Program.
Leadership position options
- Student Ambassadors are upper-class students who serve as peer mentors, and student leaders by supporting the goals of the MSDO through event planning geared toward first year student involvement. Ambassadors have additional responsibilities such as event planning and Mentor group oversight.
- Mentors are upper-class students who serve as peer mentors, and support goals of the MSDO through assisting first year students' transition into college. They encourage student involvement and provide support.
Multicultural Activities Coordinators (MACs)
- Multicultural Activates Coordinators serve as members of the Residence Hall student leadership team. They create new learning events and promote campus-wide programs with a multicultural focus in the Residence Hall.
Multicultural Student Advisory Board (MSAB)
- The Multicultural Student Advisory Board is a diverse group of students who meet weekly to create learning events for the campus community. MSAB programs build a deeper understanding of the structures that support injustice and encourages the student body to work toward a more just society.