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Be the CAUSE

Central Catholic High School Diversity Training Partnership with Merrimack College

Once again, Central has teamed up with Merrimack College to offer a Diversity Training Series, entitled Be the CAUSE.

This spring’s workshop will be presented by staff from Merrimack and students from Central!  

At Be the CAUSE we learn and discuss topics around social and racial equity and justice.

Workshop Series

  • When: Monday, March 21, 2022
  • Where: Central Catholic
  • What time: 7:15 AM - 2:15 PM
  • Lunch will be provided!

What can I expect in the workshops?

  • interactive activities 
  • videos
  • discussions
  • reflections
  • an opportunity to address real world issues here at CCHS

There are 50 spots available for student participants. If interested, please complete an application by March 14.  

Participants will receive a Be the CAUSE certificate in diversity awareness from Merrimack College.

Student ApplicatioN: Be the CaUse

Students must be logged in to their CCHSRaider.net google account to apply.

Be the CAUSE is a diversity, equity, and inclusion education opportunity offered through a partnership with Merrimack College.  

A cohort of students from Central Catholic High School will participate in a series of workshops offered by Merrimack staff and students.

Central Catholic students will receive a certificate of completion after each training.

Student ApplicatioN: Be the CaUse

Students must be logged in to their CCHSRaider.net google account to apply.

Program Coordinators

Mrs. Aliali Silverio Belkus '97

Mrs. Aliali Belkus

Dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Central Catholic High School

Mr. Peter Rojas '04

Peter Rojas '04

Director of Student Involvement at Merrimack College

Workshop Series

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Central Catholic's Declaration of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Central Catholic High School seeks to uphold anti-racist practices and promote empathetic attitudes to reflect a just and inclusive community that celebrates the identities, gifts, and dignity of its members. We condemn thoughts, words, and actions that harm one’s humanity. We call each other to follow Jesus’ example of love.

We Are Marist

Guided by the vision of Saint Marcellin Champagnat, we are inspired to make the world a better place by serving and leading.

Marist Family Spirit distinguishes who we are and is the cornerstone of our Central Catholic community.