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Many Voices, Our Michigan: Launching U-M's Strategic Plan for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
 
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On Oct. 6, 2016, University of Michigan leaders introduced U-M's Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Strategic Plan to the university community through a series of special discussions and events. This five-year plan focused on increasing diversity, equity and inclusion at U-M serves an umbrella over 49 unit plans—from all 19 schools and colleges, administrative units, student life, athletics and the health system.
5 Tips for Student Recruiting
 
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This session will be about LinkedIn's growing eco-system of college students and providing tips to find and engage students on LinkedIn. - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/linkedin-talent with the Ustream Mobile App
Teaching Methods for Inspiring the Students of the Future | Joe Ruhl | TEDxLafayette
 
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Collaboration. Communication. Critical thinking. Creativity. - Should be present in all classrooms. Joe Ruhl received his bachelors and masters degrees at Purdue University and he has been sharing the joys of biology with kids for 37 years. He presently teaches Biology, Genetics, and Science Research courses at Jefferson High School in Lafayette, Indiana. Joe and his wife Gail have two children and two grandchildren. The National Association of Biology Teachers named Joe Ruhl the Outstanding Biology Teacher of Indiana in 1987. In 1988 he was awarded a Golden Apple Teaching Award by the Lafayette, Indiana Chamber of Commerce. In 1989 he was honored at the White House as Indiana’s recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching. In 1996 he received the Purdue University College of Science Distinguished Alumnus Award for Excellence in K-12 Science Teaching. In 2004 he was awarded the Purdue College of Education’s Crystal Apple Teaching Award. And in 2012 he was honored with the Shell National Science Teaching Award. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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BUS100_Presentation_Google’s Multicultural & Diversity Strategic Plan
 
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☞ The video has been updated. please follow the link below to watch the presentation with presenter video. ☞ https://youtu.be/lcSm6e4lKHQ This presentation is for the introduction to Business course instructed by professor Alejandra Marine at Solbridge international business school 2017. Please turn on the caption for the clear language understanding. -----Additional Information, References----- *Google's Company Introduction https://www.google.com/intl/en/about *Google Diversity Microwebpage https://www.google.com/diversity *Google Impact Challenge https://www.google.org/impactchallenge *Google Products https://www.google.com/intl/en/about/products *Google Work Rules [Reference] https://books.google.co.kr/books/about/Work_Rules.html?id=f84ejgEACAAJ&redir_esc=y&hl=en To contact with presenter : jj1451016@gmail.com
Views: 107 Youhan Kim
Strategic Plan: Objective #2 Valuing Diversity
 
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In this video, Middletown City Schools Superintendent Marlon Styles discusses the second key focus area of the 3-year strategic plan: Valuing Diversity. At MCSD, we champion a safe and supportive school climate that appreciates and celebrates the contributions and assets of a diverse learning community.
Views: 332 MCSD Middies
Making Government Work with Elizabeth Linos -- In the Living Room with Henry E. Brady
 
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(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Behavioral economist Elizabeth Linos talks about how to implement good public policy by focusing on needs of the people who serve in government. In this conversation with Henry E. Brady, Dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley, Linos argues that diversity in recruitment leads to better outcomes, particularly in law enforcement, and that burnout can be avoided if staffers are appropriately supported in their work environments. Series: "Richard and Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley" [4/2018] [Show ID: 33485]
Intro the U-M Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Strategic Plan-Opening Remarks and Panel Discussion
 
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Introduction of the plan with President Mark Schlissel and Provost Martha E. Pollack, hosted by Vice Provost Rob Sellers. Remarks will be immediately followed by "A Conversation Among Unit Planning Leads" panel discussion, hosted by Assoc. VP for Human Resources Laurita Thomas.
2018-2022 Strategic Plan: Road Safety
 
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2018-2022 Strategic Plan: Road Safety
Views: 96 Saanich Police
Finding an Administrative Job at Harvard |Office of Faculty Development & Diversity
 
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The Office of Faculty Development and Diversity, FAS Faculty Development, and HR Recruitment Services host an exclusive workshop for faculty spouses and partners interested in finding an administrative position at Harvard. Experienced HR recruiters and faculty partners working in administrative roles provide helpful tips and strategies for a successful job search.
Views: 809 Harvard University
College Recruiting Bootcamp: How to Hire Diverse STEM Students and Grads
 
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Is your organization struggling with its efforts to recruit and retain diverse, college and university recent graduates and students for your science, technology, engineering, and math roles? Almost every organization struggles to recruit and retain these highly sought after STEM candidates yet many of these same organizations are seeing real success in a number of areas. Listen in as your fellow university relations, talent acquisition, and other human resource leaders from corporate, non-profit, and government organizations came together the afternoon of Monday, May 18th for a highly interactive, collegial, and informative moderator-led discussion on the best practices for recruiting and retaining diverse STEM candidates from colleges and universities. This webinar was recorded as a livestream of our event at the corporate headquarters of Verizon in Basking Ridge, New Jersey. Absolutely No Selling At our College Recruiting Bootcamp events, there is absolutely no pitching or selling of any kind. No selling from the podium. No exhibit hall. No tables at the back with books or CD's from the presenters. No third-party recruiters. No vendors. No career services. No job seekers. Just university relations, talent acquisition, and other human resource leaders who want to make sure that their organizations aren't left behind in this tightening job market. Roundtable Format Our College Recruiting Bootcamps feature the most innovative thought-leaders in college and university relations. Formats vary depending upon the topic and venue. At this event, we used the roundtable format during which our highly experienced moderator, Andrea McEwen-Henderson, facilitated a discussion amongst the almost 40 who attended in-person and dozens more who attended via the livestream. Agenda 12:30 - 1:00pm Registration, coffee, sodas, snacks 1:00 - 1:05pm Welcome by College Recruiter's moderator, Andrea McEwen-Henderson 1:05 - 1:15pm Welcome by Verizon's Campus Recruiting & Degreed Hiring Manager, Judith Rudge 1:15 - 2:00pm Defining what diverse, STEM, recent graduates or students are best for your organization 2:00 - 2:15pm Networking break, refreshments 2:15 - 3:00pm Creating a strategy and tactics for finding and engaging with those candidates 3:00 - 3:15pm Networking break, refreshments 3:15 - 4:00pm Hiring and retaining the best, diverse, STEM candidates Takeaways At the end of the afternoon, you will know how to: - Determine what diversity characteristics matter to your organization; - Create the strategy and tactics for finding those diverse STEM candidates and then engage with them including what schools to target, off-campus recruiting options, messaging, and adjustments to your internship and other such programs; and - Convince the diverse STEM candidates who are best for your organization to work for you and to stay with your organization for the long-term.
Recruitment
 
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Peel Regional Police Recruitment Video - One Career - Endless Possibilities Peel Regional Police is dedicated to providing the citizens of Peel Region with the best police service possible, utilizing the diverse skills, abilities, roles and views of our community. The Peel Regional Police needs talented individuals who are eager to be part of our organization. https://www.peelpolice.ca/en/jobsopportunities.asp?_mid_=8781
Views: 8443 Peel Regional Police
CityStream: SPD Diversity Recruiting
 
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With nearly 30 percent of the force eligible for retirement, the Seattle Police Department is on a push to increase diversity. And it's working. Since 2014, SPD has nearly doubled the number of new hires who are people of color. Community outreach and recruiting are key. One of those waiting in the wings - a Garfield High School student of Somali descent. He can't wait to wear the badge! He says he wants to be the "change" that bridges the gap between his community and the police department. Linda Byron has the story.
Views: 658 Seattle Channel
Mayor Bowser Launches New Strategic Plan for DCPS, 9/9/17
 
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Mayor Muriel Muriel Bowser and Chancellor Antwan Wilson host a Back to School Block Party to celebrate the start of a new school year and unveil a new strategic plan for DC Public Schools (DCPS). Under the Capital Commitment 2017-2022 strategic plan, DCPS will focus on both excellence and equity as well as ensuring every family feels welcome and every child is given the opportunities and support they need to thrive. Mayor Bowser was joined by Deputy Mayor for Education Jennifer Niles and special guest Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Jr. “The new strategic plan for DC Public Schools directly reflects the hopes and dreams of District residents. Most importantly, it acknowledges that we must prioritize excellence and equity in our schools in order to close the achievement gap and give all students a fair shot at success,” said Mayor Bowser. “Our city should be proud of how far DCPS has come–over the past decade we have become the fastest improving urban school district in the country, and with this plan, we will continue to build on our progress.” The 2017-2022 Capital Commitment plan, which will shape the next five years at DCPS, was created following a six-month citywide engagement campaign. The plan is centered around five new strategic priorities: · Promote Equity: DCPS will define, understand, and promote equity so that we eliminate opportunity gaps and systematically interrupt institutional bias. · Empower our People: DCPS will recruit, develop, and retain a talented, caring, and diverse team. · Ensure Excellent Schools: DCPS will increase the number of excellent schools throughout the city. · Educate the Whole Child: DCPS will provide rigorous, joyful, and inclusive academic and social emotional learning experiences to ensure all students are college and career ready. · Engage Families: DCPS will ensure communication and deepen partnerships with families and the community. The new five-year strategic plan builds on progress made under the previous plan and sets ambitious goals for DCPS: Double College and Career Readiness: Double the percent of students who are college and career ready and triple the percent of at-risk and students of color who are college and career ready. Accelerate Early Literacy: 100 percent of K-2 students are reading on or above grade level. Increase High School Graduation Rate: 85 percent of students graduate within four year and 90 percent graduate within four or five years. Improve Student Experience: 100 percent of students feel loved, challenged, and prepared. Increase Excellent Schools: 100 percent of school are highly rated or are improving. Increase Enrollment: 90 percent of students re-enroll and DCPS serves 54,000 students. The Back to School Block Party took place at Ron Brown College Preparatory High School, DC’s only all-boys public high school. The school, which opened last school year and focuses on empowering young men of color, recently welcomed its second class of students. In addition, the District recently completed the second phase of construction on the building, which included a full modernization of the second and third floors to accommodate more students, the completion of a brand new auditorium and gymnasium, and the addition of administrative offices. After ten years of education reform in Washington, DC, education continues to be a top priority for Mayor Bowser. In her Fiscal Year 2018 Budget, the Mayor invested $1.74 billion in public education, an increase of $121 million over last year’s budget and the largest investment in public education in the city’s history. In addition, the new teachers contract will provide an additional $110.5 million to DCPS and an additional $92.6 million to public charter schools from FY2017 to FY2021.
Views: 450 DC Mayor's Office
Recruiting a Racially Diverse Faculty
 
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To keep pace with changing times, higher education institutions must continue to focus on recruiting and retaining a more diverse and culturally competent faculty. Faculty members possessing multicultural competence are best able to teach, advise, and mentor school populations with increased racial diversity. In this Magna Online Seminar we deliver clear-cut strategies you can use to increase the racial diversity of final applicant pools as you approach the crucial task of hiring new faculty members.
Views: 176 Magna Publications
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion  A Conversation about Careers in Regional Theatre
 
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Theatre Communications Group presents the 2017 TCG National Conference: Full Circle (ASL-interpreted) livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer-produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv Thursday, June 8 to Saturday, June 10. Share your thoughts and media with hashtags #tcg17 and #howlround in all social media platforms. Follow @TCG and @HowlRound in Twitter for updates. From June 8-10, the 2017 TCG National Conference: Full Circle will welcome 1,000+ theatre practitioners from across the globe to Portland, OR, for peer connection, professional development, and inspiring thought-leaders from within and beyond the field. We’ll build on the success of the 2016 DC Conference by strengthening core programming like our Skills-Building Workshops and At the Intersections arc, as well as conduct bold new experiments like last year’s visits to Capitol Hill. Full Circle will also draw inspiration from our host city of Portland’s central role in the “Maker” culture—a network of artisans and hackers dismantling industrialized systems through a return to a more local, human scale. In a region renowned for its commitment to sustainable ecosystems, could our most local and human of art forms be a natural partner in these movements? This will also be our first major gathering after a contentious election process that featured profoundly different visions of our country’s past, present, and future. As storytellers and community-builders, how can we bridge the divisions of our country and world? How can we create ‘virtuous circles;’ feedback loops where our vision for a better world for and because of theatre reinforce each other? Thursday, June 8, 2017 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: A Conversation about Careers in Regional Theatre 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. PDT (Portland) / 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. EDT (New York) The League of Resident Theatres (LORT) is committed to increasing diversity and creating equity among the staff and executive leadership of its member theatres. LORT is engaging in collective action in the areas of Hiring, Recruitment and Mentorship as a multi-pronged approach to eliminate inequities that exist in the hiring and recruitment process. LORT has identified active recruitment of new talent as an important step in ensuring that its theatres continue to attract talented candidates from the next generation of artists, administrators, artisans and technicians. This focus on inclusion is imperative to fostering a generation of theatre professionals that represent the diversity of our communities. To that end, LORT’s Recruitment Subcommittee has conducted these LORT Ambassador Panels to actively inform, engage and recruit high school, undergraduate and graduate students, with a particular emphasis on students of color, to career opportunities in LORT theatres. We invite you to join a group of diverse senior leaders from LORT member theatres in a robust panel discussion focusing on career opportunities in all areas of professional theatre, strategic planning related to equity, diversity, and inclusion, and effective solutions and challenges that exist in the field. We also invite you to share what is working in your programming at your theaters surrounding EDI and professional development. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/7gpC/
Views: 263 HowlRound
Diversity in Business: Prosperity for All
 
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This year’s Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) highlights the theme “Women First, Prosperity for All” and focuses on supporting women entrepreneurs and fostering economic growth globally. The increased participation of women in the economy is a valuable source of expertise and leadership for businesses, but also empowers and strengthens families and communities. Marginalized groups, particularly women, also reinvest a large portion of their incomes locally, which advances economic growth and stability. Are you a woman entrepreneur or are you interested in promoting diversity in business? Would you like to hear about the unique challenges women entrepreneurs face and strategies for success? The women entrepreneurs featured on this panel share their insights, best practices, and examples from their careers in the business world. The U.S. Embassy New Delhi, India organized an on-camera viewing group for the program. India is the host of the 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Summit. Panelists: Audrey Bracey Deegan, CEO Audrey has over 25 years’ experience driving strategy, capacity-building and strategic change in government, non-profit and for- profit organizations. She has advised social sector leaders in global relief, community engagement, and international development as well as global for-profit leaders in the oil and gas, financial services and manufacturing sectors to identify opportunities, chart analytically sound strategies, build essential capacity, and measure impact. Audrey brings to this work a deep understanding of organizational and programmatic functions, having held senior positions in the public, private and social sector, both domestically and internationally. She worked most recently with tomato farmer associations in Tanzania to improve profitability and growth; a health and education NGO in Haiti to expand and deepen its impact in remote locations; and a global youth organization to bolster its fundraising skills and capacity. Before coming to StepByStep, Audrey held a number of senior leadership positions with Plan USA, Deloitte, Textron, McKinsey, OMG, OPIC and JP Morgan. She has also been an entrepreneur, co-founding both Hudson Chesapeake and Last Mile4D. Desiree Stolar, Director – Alumni Strategy and Engagement Stolar is currently serves at Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) as its Director of Alumni Engagement and Strategy. Stolar spent most of her career as a consultant for Fortune 500 media, tech and retail companies on brand strategies, loyalty programs, and audience engagement. During graduate school, she accidentally shrank a beloved cashmere sweater in the dryer and decided to do something about it. Right in the HBS dorm rooms, Stolar and a few classmates launched a patent-pending product (Unshrinkit) that unshrinks shrunken wool clothing. Unshrinkit has been featured on NPR, The Today Show, Bloomberg, Boston Globe, and many other media outlets. The company was a 2015 MassChallenge Top 26 Finalist. Most notably, Desiree successfully won a deal on the international phenomenon "Shark Tank" in November 2015 and can be found with major US retailers today. Moderator - J. Michelle Schohn is a public diplomacy-coned Foreign Service Officer serving as the Director of the Office of Policy Planning and Public Diplomacy in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor. Ms. Schohn was member of household when her wife joined the Foreign Service in 2002 until she herself joined the Service in 2004. Her most recent overseas tour was in Pristina, Kosovo, where she served as Public Affairs Officer from 2015-2017. She has also served overseas as PAO in Tallinn, Estonia and as a consular/ political officer in Jerusalem, as well as domestically as a watch officer on the Bureau of Intelligence and Research’s (INR) Watch, and as the special assistant to the INR and Public Affairs Front Offices. From 2009 to 2010, she was President of Gays and Lesbians in Foreign Affairs Agencies (GLIFAA), a Department of State affinity group, and is a founding member of the Native American Foreign Affairs Council. Chatspace Expert Bio: Rahama Wright, Founder and CEO Rahama Wright is the Founder and CEO of Shea Yeleen Health and Beauty a social impact company she created after serving in the Peace Corps. The DC-based enterprise develops shea butter creams, balms, and soaps that create living wage jobs for women in Ghana. Shea Yeleen products are currently distributed through select Whole Foods Markets, independent natural grocery stores, and MGM Resorts International. The products have been featured in a variety of media outlets including O, The Oprah Magazine, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, MSNBC, and CNBC Africa. Most recently, Rahama appeared as a contestant on the BET/Centric reality competition Queen Boss.
Views: 394 IIP Interactive
Campus Conversations: Faculty Recruitment and Retention
 
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Presenters: Michael Mastanduno, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Joe Helble, Dean of the Thayer School of Engineering
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What Trauma Taught Me About Resilience | Charles Hunt | TEDxCharlotte
 
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That resilience is one of the most important traits to have, is critical to their happiness and success, & can be learned. Adept at leveraging transparency to inspire and get results, this former College Recruiting, Talent Management, Diversity, and Supply Chain leader left the corporate world to fulfill his vision of building unbreakable spirits and cultivating resiliency for those who, like him, have The Audacity to Succeed. He helps students & young professionals build resilience, believe in bigger and greater for themselves, and create the educational, financial, and professional plans to get there. As the founder of The Audacity Firm, LLC, his firm provides professional & personal development programs, coaching, and events to equip clients with financial literacy/education, workforce readiness, professional development, and career planning tips, tools, and strategies to LIVE, DO, and BE BETTER. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 115607 TEDx Talks
Tools of the Trade: Research Participation - Recruiting Diverse Populations Panel
 
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The CCTS presented “Tools of the Trade: Research Participation.” Faculty and staff from OSU and Nationwide Children's Hospital shared their expertise in recruiting clinical research study participants. The goal of every clinical research study is one that is fully recruited with high retention. Tools of the Trade: Research Participation was designed to introduce researchers to the resources that are available to plan and implement successful recruitment and retention strategies. You will meet the staff of the CCTS Research and Recruitment Office and hear hear success stories. Participant enrollment in research studies does not just happen. Learn how to develop a good recruitment plan and implement that plan to achieve your research goals. Visit the CCTS website to view all of our Tools of the Trade programs. https://ccts.osu.edu/node/4413
Views: 147 OhioStateCCTS
Teacher Recruitment and Retention
 
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Teacher shortages are a nationwide concern. On October 24th, education leaders met at USC College of Education's Center for Innovation in Higher Education for a discussion titled "Addressing Talent Management in our Education System: A Case for Teacher Recruitment and Retention". The panelists shared their ideas of how to recruit, support and retain teachers in South Carolina.
Views: 458 SouthCarolinaETV
Tools of the Trade: Research Participation - Participant Recruitment & Retention
 
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The CCTS presented “Tools of the Trade: Research Participation.” Faculty and staff from OSU and Nationwide Children's Hospital shared their expertise in recruiting clinical research study participants. The goal of every clinical research study is one that is fully recruited with high retention. Tools of the Trade: Research Participation was designed to introduce researchers to the resources that are available to plan and implement successful recruitment and retention strategies. You will meet the staff of the CCTS Research and Recruitment Office and hear hear success stories. Participant enrollment in research studies does not just happen. Learn how to develop a good recruitment plan and implement that plan to achieve your research goals. Visit the CCTS website to view all of our Tools of the Trade programs. https://ccts.osu.edu/node/4413
Views: 385 OhioStateCCTS
College Recruiting Bootcamp for talent acquisition leaders: Livestream from Intuit headquarters
 
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Is your organization struggling to hire the talent you need from one-, two-, and four-year colleges and universities? Do your university recruiting plans center on visiting the same campuses year after year, interviewing the same kinds of students year after year, and hoping that you'll see huge improvement year after year? If so, you're far from alone. Join your fellow university relations, talent acquisition, and other human resource leaders from corporate, non-profit, and government organizations. This conference was held Friday, December 15th and was a highly interactive, collegial, and informative day of learning. Be sure to have something to write on because you're going to be feverishly writing notes about strategies and tactics which are being used today by your competitors. Join us to learn how to enhance your program so that you'll stop losing the talent that your organization needs not just to survive but also to thrive. PowerPoint: http://www2.collegerecruiter.com/CRBootcamp-at-Intuit-ppt Click directly to view any of the presentations and panels: Increasing recruitment and retention of women and other diverse candidates in STEM: 1:13:50 Panel discussing recruitment and retention of diversity in STEM: 1:34:45 Gamification, candidate experience and opt-out behaviors: What we're learning: 2:32:20 Panel discussing gamification and candidate experience: 2:59:08 Hiring at scale by including non-traditional students in the hiring process: 4:34:20 Panel discussing recruitment of non-traditional students: 4:56:23 Agenda: 9:30am - 9:40am Pacific / 12:30pm - 12:40pm Eastern Welcome from host Intuit and co-organizers Shaker and College Recruiter. 9:40am - 10:00am Opening keynote: How to Increase the Recruitment and Retention of Female and Other Diverse Candidates in STEM-Related Fields. Presenter: Dawn Carter, Director of Early Careers for Intuit. 10:00am - 10:40am Panel discussion moderated by Dawn Carter. Panelists: Rachelli Materum, Vice President Talent Acquisition for Macy's Cindy Loggins, Director of University Recruiting and Programs for eBay Cindy Reuter, CEO of Capstone Technology Resources, Inc. 10:40am - 11:00am Networking break 11:00am - 11:20am Gamification, Candidate Engagement, and Opt Out Behaviors: What We’re Learning. Presenter: Dr. Marc Wenzel, Director of Business Development for Shaker. 11:20am - 12:00pm Panel discussion moderated by Marc Wenzel. Panelists: Willie Henry, Diversity Program Manager for Engagement at Facebook Kari Bauer, Client Strategist at CKR Interactive Allen Kamin, Global Lead Performance Design at Google 12:00pm - 1:00pm Catered lunch break 1:00pm - 1:20pm Closing keynote: How to Scale Your Hiring by Including Non-Traditional, Student and Recent Grad Candidates in Your Hiring Process. Presenter: Kevin Grossman, President of The Talent Board and Candidate Experience Awards (#TheCandEs) 1:20pm - 2:00pm Panel discussion moderated by Kevin Grossman. Panelists: Mona Tawakali, Vice President for Digital Strategy at KRT Marketing Angela Ciborowski, Campus Recruiting Project Manager for EY Glen Fowler, Recruiting & Training Officer for the California State Auditor's Office 2:00pm - 2:15pm Wrap-up by College Recruiter founder Steven Rothberg
Imagine - 100% Diversity & Inclusion in recruitment & spotting the hidden talents
 
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We provide an engaging Software as a Service solution that helps organisations screen, develop and select talent based on action and actual performance.
Views: 494 Brian Ranvits
How can schools increase minority teacher recruitment?
 
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Dr. Campbell speaks about how school can increase the available pool of minority school teachers. Read the entire Blog @ www.positiveracialrelationships.com or call Dr. Campbell's direct line: (856) 566-3267
Dumb Thoughts - Strategic Diversity [League of Legends]
 
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Subscribe – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyGjNCJb47QQq9TI9xqe39w?sub_confirmation=1 Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/DumbGenius7 Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/DumbGenius7 Twitch – http://www.twitch.tv/DumbGenius7 Music : Super Paper Mario OST
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Student Recruitment and Marketing Strategies (Part 1)
 
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Larry Chang, Program Manager, BEST Center, leads a discussion of Student Recruitment and Marketing Strategies (Part 1) at the 2017 BEST Center Annual Institute. http://www.bestctr.org The Building Efficiency for a Sustainable Tomorrow (BEST) Center promotes better building performance through the advancement of building science and technician education. It is a National Science Foundation ATE Center.
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Building Diversity & Inclusion to Support ADA's 25th Anniversary
 
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Building Diversity & Inclusion to Support the Americans with Disabilities Act 25th Anniversary: Recruitment, Retention and Stakeholder Engagement in the Digital Age College Recruiter is the leading niche job board used by college and university recent graduates searching for entry-level jobs and students hunting for internships. For job seekers, College Recruiter features hundreds of thousands of entry-level and internship job postings from thousands of large and small employers. College Recruiter also has tens of thousands of employment-related articles, Ask the Experts questions and answers, blogs, videos, and more. The month July 2015 marks the 25th anniversary of The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a truly landmark piece legislation that fundamentally redefined how people with disabilities live in American society. One of the cornerstones of this legislation was the impact on employment across all sectors. In this digital dialogue on diversity, you will learn how to leverage new resources, tools, networks and opportunities to gain access to a powerful talent pool that is critical to addressing your human capital and digital engagement strategies for long-term growth. In this webinar, we will address: - Key trends vital to understanding disability in the digital age. - Key resources for recruitment and retention of the differently-abled. - Strategies to gain buy-in from senior leadership to build stakeholder and community engagement. About the speakers: Jonathan Kaufman, CEO, J Kaufman Consulting A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and Oxford University with an emphasis on disability lifestyle, work, and policy issues. Professor Kaufman holds a graduate degree in the social sciences from the University of Chicago in Psychiatric Social Work/Human Development with Public Policy. A Graduate from Columbia University he studied Applied Anthropology with an emphasis on the culture of work for the 21st Century. Seen as one of the most innovative thinkers in both the diversity and disability arena; his background in organizational strategy applied in the field of personal growth advises clientele as both a coach, speaker, professor, consultant and licensed clinician. Always seeking to develop new strategies and initiatives by synthesizing ideas from management theory and entrepreneurial thinking to tasks at the intersection between public policy and the realities of the business world. John Bersentes, Area Vice President of Hodes a division of Findly Talent, LLC John brings over twenty years expertise and specialization in diversity recruitment and outreach. He advises his clients on the latest recruitment solutions and advertising campaign strategies evangelizing digital grassroots outreach, social media and mobile recruitment based communication solutions that are employer branding. His focus as of late has been on building sustainable and replicable approaches to strategic talent acquisition, employee and stakeholder engagement.
Diversity and Inclusion as a Business Strategy - Part 2 of 4
 
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Part 2 of the four-part series, "Diversity and Inclusion as a Business Strategy for Any Organization". This part is about engaging your CEO and senior leadership team in accepting accountability for a D&I strategic plan.
Views: 490 MDBGroupInc
Strategies for Recruiting Quality Graduate Students - Feb 2014 AGU/AGI Heads and Chairs Webinar
 
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A look at some strategies used by 2 Research-1 University Geoscience Programs to recruit quality graduate students.
Admissions Live: Social Media Strategy for Recruitment
 
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On this first show in a two-part social media series "Social Media Strategy for Recruitment," host Ashley Hennigan is joined by Joseph Dalfonso, Social Media Coordinator at Bradley University, Gil Rogers, Director of Marketing and Outreach at Zinch, and Nicole Lentine, Senior Assistant Director of Admission at Champlain College. Hear their thoughts on building awareness, increasing engagement, and driving enrollment with social media.
How to Find, Recruit and Engage New College Students (Super ACAC May 2015)
 
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I hosted this presentation with one of my digital advertising partners to explore the marketing strategies and tactics I used in reaching a new population of prospects.
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MBA Careers in Consulting
 
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LEARN MORE ABOUT INSEAD'S MBA CAREER DEVELOPMENT: http://bit.ly/1YvtAfC INSEAD MBA Programme: http://bit.ly/1S88KLH INSEAD Career Development Centre (CDC): http://bit.ly/1YvtAfC A career in consulting offers our MBA students global exposure and the platform to apply their skill sets across a variety of topics – from market growth and strategy to operational excellence and capital productivity. At INSEAD, our team at the Career Development Centre (CDC) works closely with over 130 consulting firms around the world. The CDC prepares MBA students for their careers in consulting by designing programmes and activities for them to understand the sector and get ready for job interviews. Find out more about our MBA alumni’s consulting careers, and how INSEAD had provided them the knowledge and networks to embark on their consulting journeys. FEATURING: Stephane Ponce Global Consulting Lead INSEAD Career Development Centre Karen Quanborough Global Recruiting Director Accenture Strategy Mike Stamp Consultant The Boston Consulting Group MBA '14J Dominik Utama Principal Bain & Company MBA '09J Zornica Zafirova Engagement Manager McKinsey & Company MBA '13J ----- Learn more about INSEAD's One-year MBA Programme: http://bit.ly/1S88KLH Learn more about the CDC: http://bit.ly/1YvtAfC Download the latest MBA Employment Statistics: http://bit.ly/2614Y43 [ DOWNLOAD MBA BROCHURE - http://bit.ly/1S89vEG ] [ APPLY TO THE INSEAD MBA - http://bit.ly/1UZfn4X ] Subscribe to our YouTube page - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=INSEADofficial FOLLOW US: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/INSEAD LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/insead MBA Updates - https://www.linkedin.com/company/insead-mba Twitter - @INSEAD
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Everybody Can Work
 
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Everybody Can Work. Meet Miguel as he interviews a leading employment expert to discover how people with disabilities can achieve successful employment. Board Resource Center (BRC) - Who we are, what we do - Boards of nonprofit organizations, state agencies, and community groups are designed to serve as stewards of community funds and their constituent interests. Responsible stewardship dictates that membership represents the diversity of the community. This diversity includes citizens with diverse abilities. BRC evolved as an outgrowth of consulting services to California service agencies in 1995, aimed at including people with diverse disabilities on governing decision making boards, and community advocacy groups. We provide customized strategies and assist organizations to recognize that people with diverse abilities are needed in decision making and governance positions in management and the boardroom. BRC provides adaptation consultation, group process facilitation, and governance/board training to ensure community members are connected to local government and engaged in policy development. The Center's Director, Mark Starford, has extensive experience creating simplified adapted materials, facilitating groups, training and teaching diverse groups of people. The BRC has its roots in a division of The SCILS Group, a nationally recognized non-profit consulting organization established in 1977. The SCILS Group provides facilitation, training and strategic intervention for service agencies, families and adults to ensure person-centered full community inclusion and system change that encourages participation (www.scilsgroup.org). The Board Resource Center also assists organizations to accommodate the needs of all members to assure effective and inclusive decision making. The Center's strategies focus on leadership basics, accountability standards, financial oversight and accommodations. Our strategies include: assessment, planning and implementation; resource adaptation; and leadership training. To contact BRC, email mark@brcenter.org.
Views: 1973 Board Resource Center
RSC 2012 Governor General Lecture Series: We Are All Treaty People: Redefining the Relationship
 
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The Royal Society of Canada 2012 Governor General Lecture Series Professor James Miller, FRSC September 22nd 2011 - University of Waterloo Duration: 44:36
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Diversity in the Geoscience Workforce
 
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Nancy Wade joined the Human Resources Department at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) in 1995, and served as UCAR’s Employment Administrator from 2002 to 2013. Currently she works as a Human Resources Generalist for several NCAR labs. Nancy is committed to increasing diversity in the workplace and has played an active role in mentoring students and interns. She served on the SOARS Steering Committee for five years and helped implement the recruitment and selection process for a summer internship program for local high school students. She has been active on the NCAR Diversity Committee and serves as co-PI for a diversity committee funded proposal: Proposal for Hiring People with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Since 2011, Nancy has collaborated with local Workforce agencies to organize and host an annual Job Fair for Veterans and People with Disabilities designed to assist local employers in finding qualified workers from these two groups. Nancy completed her undergraduate degree in Communications from Regis University in 2000 and her Master’s degree in creative writing, also from Regis University in 2009. Abstract: If NCAR is to achieve its goal of creating a workplace that reflects the overall population, we need to hire people with disabilities who can contribute to NCAR’s mission. A subset of this group includes people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), which includes the high-functioning group named Asperger Syndrome. The majority of people with ASD functions at high levels and have unique skills that can be applied very effectively to computational and scientific jobs. Common characteristics include an exceptional ability to focus on topics of high interest combined with strong memory and pattern recognition skills. These characteristics make them well suited for various jobs at NCAR. The NCAR Diversity Committee has funded a proposal with three goals: • To provide funding to pay the wages of one member of this population to continue her work in the Computational and Information Systems Laboratory (CISL). • To increase the familiarity of NCAR staff with the mission-appropriate contributions this population can provide. • To partner with local community colleges to identify students with ASD who have the potential to be part of the NCAR workforce. Beginning in March 2014, the Office of Federal Contacts Compliance Programs (OFCCP) now requires federal contractors to include statistics on the hiring and promotion of disabled individuals and veterans in its Affirmative Action Plan (AAP). Our organization is committed to outreach to these two groups as evidenced by the diversity committee proposal and the hosting of an annual job fair for veterans and people with disabilities. There are challenges which are inherent in outreach to these two groups and we believe building ongoing relationships as well as local grassroots efforts are both key to success in this area.
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Oprah Winfrey on Career, Life, and Leadership
 
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During a student-led interview at Stanford Graduate School of Business, Oprah Winfrey shares seminal moments of her career journey and the importance of listening to your instincts. Winfrey also offers advice to students on how to find their calling: "Align your personality with your purpose, and no one can touch you."
Marine Corps Recruiting Station Detroit | Female Poole Function
 
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Recruiting Station Detroit Female Poole Function held at Cross fit Unphased in Troy Michigan. Recruiting Office Madison Heights: 30747 John R Rd Madison Heights, Michigan Office Number: (248) 585-7750 - I do not own the music from this video - Shot with a Canon 5D Mark IV - Special thanks to Lance Cpl. Amanda Taylor for helping with the RS Detroit logo re-edit. The Marine Corps Recruiting Command conducts operations to recruit qualified individuals for enlistment or commissioning into the United States Marine Corps and Marine Corps Reserve to attain assigned Total Force personnel requirements by component and category in accordance with applicable Fiscal Year Marine Corps Accessions Strategy (Manpower Accessions Plan Memoranda) and the Military Personnel Procurement Manual, and as directed by the Commandant of the Marine Corps.Recruiting is the lifeblood of the Corps. The legacy of the Marine Corps is to “Make Marines, Win Battles, and Return Quality Citizens.” Citizens, once transformed, will be Marines for life. As such, we are dedicated to recruiting high quality men and women of character to meet the needs of our Corps and the nation and who are representative of the people we serve. We are known for our high standards, strong work ethic, and commitment to work as a team to accomplish the mission.Our mission is to seek out and find the highest quality young men and women to take up the challenge to earn the title of a United States Marine. In order to continue maintaining the high Marine Corps and Department of Defense quality standards and attain a diverse entry-level population representative of national demographics, we strive to enlist only the best and the brightest youth of America. We seek individuals who are mentally, morally and physically qualified to be transformed into Marines and foster our “Elite Warrior” culture. Each applicant must embrace our Core values of Honor, Courage, and Commitment. We are not taking applications, only Commitments. This philosophy is our ethos. The Marine Corps offers a wide variety of enlistment programs from aviation electronics to infantry, and we offer qualified men and women the opportunity to see if they have what it takes to earn the title of Marine. In turn, we imbue young people with traits that will help make them successful throughout their lives, such as leadership, a strong sense of teamwork, dedication, and sound decision-making skills -- traits that any future employer will find valuable. We also understand that recruiting and retaining a diverse force is vital to the success of the Corps, both today and tomorrow. Maintaining a Marine Corps that is representative of the society it protects remains a priority for our Corps.
Views: 1143 Brian Domzalski
Uncharted Territory: David Thompson on the Columbia Plateau
 
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View more from our digital library: http://video.ksps.org/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ksps Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KSPSPublicTV Find the latest programming updates: #WhatsOnKSPS David Thompson is revered as a national hero in Canada, but is less well known to Americans. "Uncharted Territory: David Thompson on the Columbia Plateau" focuses on the years 1807-1812, the time that Thompson spent primarily in the Canadian Rocky Mountains and northwestern United States, and the significant contributions that he made to the history of the American Northwest. KSPS exists to improve the quality of life of each person we reach. KSPS content broadens horizons; engages and connects; enlightens, inspires and educates. KSPS is an international multimedia network providing quality programming.
Views: 289648 KSPS Public TV
How to Improve Recruiting and Retention Strategies
 
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In the video, you will see recruiting secrets and retention plan. The video will provide strategies to improve retention with team members in your MLM home based business. Five key points will be discussed: 1. Become a Product of Your Product/Services 2. Look at Caliber of Leads Generated, Turn Quality leads into prospects 3. Congruent presentation, ads, blogs throughout entire recruiting leads should line up throughout process 4. In any Business, Introduce yourself to new team members and provide how to contact you, where to contact you and when to contact you. Also, Training system for new recruits must be in place. 5. Finally, Hook up and Connect your new team member to Multiple others within your MLM business, Upline and Leaders. (Associate Engagement should be an major part in your retention strategies) For more information.... Click Here: http://www.MARKETINGONLINEPROFESSIONALS.COM/go/MSLP-TrialPeriod
Views: 287 Sheila Mosley
The Strategic Plan for the University at Albany: 2018-2023
 
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The University at Albany has unveiled its new Strategic Plan for 2018 through 2023! Hear from President Havidán Rodríguez as he discusses the University's new Mission and Vision, as well as our five Institutional Priorities for the years ahead. Learn more about the Strategic Plan process and components here: http://bit.ly/2q0SUz9
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Albert Dorman Honors College at NJIT
 
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In 1985, NJIT established an Honors Program to encourage and challenge its brightest and most motivated students. Dr. Richard Sher, Professor of History and Associate Dean of the College of Science and Liberal Arts, was its first director. The approach taken was to stimulate students intellectually with a thorough and well-balanced education. Special activities, rigorous courses, lectures and a colloquium series made up the program. The first twenty-eight Honors students began their studies in the Fall of 1985, growing to 160 in 1990. The first graduates had succeeded academically and obtained jobs in prominent corporations or had chosen to further their education by entering graduate training or schools of medicine or law. Ms. Ruth Baker succeeded Dr. Sher as Director of the Honors Program in 1991. Under Ms. Baker's direction, and with the assistance of Dr. Dennis Donahue as Faculty Coordinator and Honors Advisor, she worked with President Saul K. Fenster, Dr. William Mech of the National Collegiate Honors Council, deans, and faculty to formulate the Honors College. President Fenster engaged Albert Dorman, class of '45, in the development of NJIT's fifth college. Mr. Dorman's special interest and generous endowment helped to create the Albert Dorman Honors College in 1995. Mr. Dorman's endowment, along with other gifts, allowed the Honors College to attract a greater number of students, growing from 230 in 1995 to 630 students today. Honors scholarships were created, and a strong educational foundation was fashioned. Dr. Joel Bloom, Vice President for Academic & Student Services, was named the first Dean of the Honors College, Dr. Dennis Donahue the Associate Dean, and Ms. Lois Chipepo-Hodges Assistant to the Dean. Other changes included a stronger and more active Honors student council and a greater variety of colloquium lectures, study trips, research activities, and publications. A new emphasis on developing leadership has helped add an additional focus. In January 2001 Dr. David Reibstein became the second Associate Dean of the College. In the 2000-01 school year, with the continued growth of the college, the new position of Assistant Dean for Recruitment was created, followed by the creation of the position of Assistant Dean for Academics in January 2004. By the 2008-09 year, the Honors College had seen major increases in the number of honors courses offered (to nearly 50) and in the number of research and other projects undertaken by its students. New programs, including new accelerated programs in medicine, dentistry, optometry, physical therapy and law; and the Honors STS major, added to the diversity of offerings. New outreach activities, such as summer teachers institutes, were initiated. The Colleges first five-year Strategic Plan was adopted by the Board of Visitors in 2001, and a second plan in 2008. The first plan's enrollment goals having been met, the new plan emphasizes academic enhancements such as students' Individual Education Plans, innovative honors courses, dual majors and minors, increased student research, leadership programs, and international study. In November 2005 the Honors College celebrated its tenth anniversary as a college. From its start of twenty-eight students in 1985 to well over 600 Honors Scholars in 2008-09, there have been many changes in the Honors Program. The Albert Dorman Honors College now looks forward to many more years of innovation and leadership.
Views: 3525 YouTube NJIT
Community Based Participatory Research and Recruitment Strategies
 
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Director of the Community Engagement and Cultural Diversity Program Dr. Erin Kobetz discusses Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) and effective strategies to recruit participants.
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Old School Strategies for New Recruiting Challenges with @LevyRecruits and @MaureenSharib
 
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WATCH THE WEBINAR AT: http://recruitingwebinars.com/old-school-strategies-new-recruiting-challenges-levyrecruits-maureensharib/ In this exclusive event just for Recruiting Blogs readers, Steve Levy, Recruiting Lead at Kaltura, and Maureen Sharib, one of the world’s top telephone sourcing trainers, to learn: Sourcing 101: Back to the Phones – For all the excitement about mobile recruiting, it seems we forget that the phone function on our devices still works, too. Learn the basics of phone sourcing and what you need to know the next time you dial. You’ll never have to make a cold call with these hot tips and tricks. It’s the Message, Not the Medium: Whether you’re looking to source candidates via an InMail or by picking up the phone, finding them and their contact information is one thing – getting them to actually respond is far more difficult. We’ll look at some ways to break through the noise and make sure your call to action is actually worth listening to. In Real Life Is Still Really Important: From networking events to career fairs, when it comes to recruiting, face-to-face still matter more than Facebook. We’ll look at some of the ways to turn recruiting events from necessary evil to invaluable asset when building relationships and developing a pipeline, along with some secrets for researching and following up on leads, generating referrals and building word-of-mouth with, well, word of mouth. The best way to get in front of a candidate is by getting in front of them, after all.
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"Communities of Color" Press Conference Highlights Lack of Diversity at UMD
 
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(FULL DISCLOSURE: I am a current UMD graduate student. Also, I have personal and relationships with each of the individuals who spoke at this press conference.) Representatives from a group calling themselves "Communities of Color" held a press conference at the University of Minnesota-Duluth on Friday, May 19th. Speakers at the press conference included Joe Bouie, Claudie Washington, Ricky Defoe, Carl Crawford and Xavier Bell. WGZS missed a few minutes of Joe Bouie's speech but the others are presented here completely unedited. The speakers did not take questions from the media at this event. UMD Chancellor Lendley "Lynn" Black released the following statement in response to the news conference: "I was in a Campus Climate Change Team meeting when I received word that there was going to be a news conference on campus taking issue with UMD's Strategic Plan. We welcome voices that challenge the status quo and stand behind our commitment to equity, diversity and social justice for all. One of our recent proactive initiatives in this area includes the recruitment of a Faculty Fellow for Intercultural Initiatives. We began the search in April and hope to have the position filled later this month." WGZS will continue to share more information about this developing story as it becomes available. Produced by JP Rennquist for WGZS-FM Creative Commons Copyright 2013, WGZS-FM, radio service of Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. Reuse permitted with attribution to the source. For more on this video check out Perfect Duluth Day, linked here: http://www.perfectduluthday.com/2013/05/20/communities-of-color-leaders-take-issue-with-umds-lack-of-diversity/
Views: 204 JP Rennquist
Beyond the Shadows - The legacy of Indian Residential Schools in Canada
 
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With the recent findings of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission on the legacy of Residential Schools and its impact on First Nations people, even decades later: more Canadians are asking questions about this troubling and tragic issue. Produced in 1992 by Peter von Puttkamer and Sheera von Puttkamer of Gryphon Productions- this production looks at the work of the Cariboo Tribal Council in addressing the impact of Residential Schools on their people: a conference was held in Vancouver, attended by national and provincial indigenous leaders to address this issue head-on once and for all. Seen here for the first time on You Tube- Gryphon wanted the message and vital information in this important, award-winning documentary to be widely seen and heard. More Gryphon documentaries- addressing First Nations/Native American health,social and cultural issues and more- can be rented, streamed or purchased at: http://www.gryphonstore.com
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How to recruit new students
 
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Views: 152 Sarah M. Jordan