MD Commission on Civil Rights, University of Baltimore Launching New Program in 2017

Today’s workplaces and communities are faced with a renewed focus on addressing social and cultural inequalities.  In response, the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights and the University of Baltimore’s Schaefer Center for Public Policy are launching a new program – The Maryland Equity & Inclusion Leadership Program –  in 2017 to assist organizations in taking a proactive approach to addressing diversity and inclusion.

Participants in the Maryland Equity & Inclusion Leadership Program will learn diversity and inclusion best practices, enhance their leadership and management skills and become part of a diverse alumni network of program graduates.

Only 30 participants will be accepted into the 2017 class.  Leaders from all sectors – public, private and non-profit – are encouraged to apply.

Are you looking for a better way to address diversity issues in your organization?  Do you want to help your workplace become more inclusive?  If the answers are yes, this is the program for you.

The 9-month program runs from March – November 2017.  Applications are being accepted NOW through December 12, 2016!  Visit http://meilp.ubalt.edu for more information and to apply online.

Click here for an informational brochure about the Maryland Equity & Inclusion Leadership Program.

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