Moving Towards Serving teams program
For teams of HSI practitioners (staff, faculty, admin and students)
Designed for HSIs who are working collectively on campus-wide efforts to move towards serving Latinx and Hispanic students
A comprehensive program to move HSI teams towards serving
3-DAY, IN-PERSON RETREAT
The program begins with a 16-hour retreat, where team members learn and discuss how to become more intentional agents of change, utilize Latinx-centered communication models, and recognize and disrupt the decentering of Latinx students.
FOLLOW-UP ZOOM SESSIONS
During the next month, ESCALA facilitators host follow-up sessions with teams via Zoom to continue braiding the work, diving into data, and providing support towards the team's collective goal.
CELEBRATION OF LEARNING
Six weeks later, teams present a summary of their learning via Zoom to demonstrate their understanding and their commitment to action that will move them towards serving Latinx students.
Registration: $25,000 per HSI Team. Team size is limited to 15 participants.
Coming IN PERSON to a region near you!
Feb 9-11, 2023
San Antonio, TX
September 28-30, 2023
November 2-4, 2023
*We are currently planning our other 2024 locations.
If you are interested in bringing ESCALA to your region, please contact us at email@example.com.
This program is designed for teams of Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) practitioners who are working collectively on campus-wide efforts to improve Latinx student experiences and academic outcomes. The program brings awareness to the hidden ways that White Institutional Presence in HSIs continues to uphold inequities for Latinx students.
While participating in the program, teams of practitioners will explore ways to disrupt the status quo at their institutions to better serve Latinx students and improve their academic outcomes.
As a result of the program, teams will be better equipped to:
retreat Learning Goals
During the MTS retreat participants will:
Experience models for ‘holding space’ to facilitate discussions about race, power and privilege in HSIs.
Become aware of the team’s current intercultural competence and how to progress collectively.
Understand the importance of including the missing narratives and histories of Latinx people in HSI work.
Analyze institutional data with a critical, Latinx-centered lens.