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Blacks United In Leadership and Diversity continues to BUILD.
Nominate yourself or any BUILD community member to serve on our 2021-2022 Executive Leadership Team. These are professional development opportunities leading a statewide program in a volunteer capacity. Incoming leaders will receive all of the training, support, and mentoring they need from the outgoing leaders and our Executive Sponsor to be successful.
BUILD Chair job description
BUILD Co-Chair job description
BUILD Executive Assistant description
Candidates must be public service employees with the state or at a state higher education institution to qualify.
Washington is home to vibrant communities and diverse citizens who all have unique talents, skills and experiences. Governor Inslee places a high priority on boards, commissions, and agencies that are reflective of the diverse make-up of Washington and that utilize the impressive talent of our citizens. We are always seeking skilled and experienced individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds to participate in boards and commissions ensuring an effective and representative government.
Dear community members,
The Barbara Clarkson Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at South Puget Sound Community College is looking for mentors to assist with mentoring and guiding its graduating class of Black Scholars.
The Black Scholars Program helps Black and African American students get through college and graduate by offering mentorship, community, and support services tailored to unique needs around racial identity.
Facebook University (FBU) Gear Up which is an internship program for students (HS Seniors & College Freshman) from, but not limited to Latinx, Black, Native backgrounds!
Bigger Than Me, Success Stories with Traci Harrell is about Achieving Racial Equity & Inclusion in Business…Education, Wealth and Health. The next session is Saturday, August 8th, 10:30 am to 12 noon (PST). Zoom registration required.
See the flyer below.
"The People’s Gathering is a professional/personal development learning experience that provides a supportive space in which participants can engage in frank and open dialogue about race and racial disparities that are systemically present in work, school and everyday life."
Find more info about this virtual event below!
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