RBC Business Diversity Information Resource Center (Part I)

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RBC Business Diversity Information Resource Center (Part I)
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1. CEO/President/Chairman must be a visible leader in the diversity efforts.
2. Diversity efforts must be structured and intentional with realistic and measurable goals.
3. Make diversity an agenda item in leadership meetings.
4. Require diverse candidates to be identified for all positions.
5. Empower employees to recruit both in and out of the office.
6. Always hire based on qualifications.
7. Include diversity and inclusion training at all levels of the company.
8. Establish a diversity committee and employee resource groups.
9. Establish mentoring programs within the company.
10. Create internship programs with the possibility of full-time employment.
Local & National Organizations
www.100blackmenstl.org
100 Black Men of Metropolitan St. Louis
www.aises.org
American Indian Science & Engineering Society
www.aaccstl.org
Asian American Chamber of Commerce
10. Create
internship programs with the possibility of full-time employment.
www.aaja.org
Asian American Journalist
Association
9. Establish mentoring programs within the company.
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Asian Women in Business
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Consortium for Graduate Study in Management
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Greater St. Louis Association of Black Journalist
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Latin Business Association
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Missouri Asian American Bar Association
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Mound City Bar Association
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National Action Council
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in Engineering
www.napaba.org
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association
www.naacp.org
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
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National Sales Network
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University Resources
RBC Business Diversity Information Resource Center (Part I)
Fontbonne University:
Service, Diversity, and Social Justice Department, (314) 889-4503
Maryville University:
Office of Multicultural Programs, (314) 529-9684 or (314) 529-6600, Assistant Dean & Director of Multicultural Programs Dr. Christie Cruise-Harper
Saint Louis University:
Office of Diversity and Affirmative Action, (314) 977-3838, Coordinator - Mary Krieg
Southern Illinois University-Carbondale:
Office of Diversity and Equity, (618) 453-4807
Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville:
Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, Associate Provost for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion--Dr. Venessa A. Brown, (618) 650-5382
University of Missouri St. Louis:
Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity, (314) 516-5695
Washington University:
Office of Provost, (314) 935-3000; Diversity Affairs Council, [email protected]
Webster University:
Multicultural Center and International Student Affairs, (314) 246-7658, [email protected]
Best Practice Implementation Support
Diversity, Inc.
www.diversityinc.com; Offers best practices, career center, webinars, and other diversity resources.
Diversity Awareness Partnership
www.dapstl.org; Offers training and resources for various aspects of diversity and inclusion.
Diversity Resources
www.diversityresources.com; Offers tips and advice for diversity recruitment and hiring.
Innovations
www.innovint.com; Offers seminars, workshops, consulting, and assessments in diversity and spirituality in the workplace among other things.
National MultiCultural Institute
www.nmci.org; Offers national conferences and on-site workshops around the topics of multiculturalism and diversity.
Vision Point
www.visionpoint.com; Offers collaborative resources for employee training around diversity and inclusion.
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