Identities in the Workplace: Virtual Networking Event
This event will foster connections between current students, alumni, and employers who are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. This event is open to all students, but is highly encouraged for students who hold underrepresented/historically marginalized identities, including
- Black, Indigenous, and students of Color
- First-generation students
- LGBTQ+ students
- Neurodiverse students and students with a disability
- Students of varying gender identity and expression
- and other special populations
The Identities in the Workplace: Virtual Networking Event 2023 is a collaboration between Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke's Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke's Central Campus Career Center, Princeton's School of Public and International Affairs, and the University of Michigan's Ford School of Public Policy.
The virtual event will take place on Flo Recruit. If you register, you will receive instructions on how to log into Flo Recruit several days before the event. Each employer will have a virtual room on the platform and up to 3 students will be able to drop-in for small group chats. This event will mimic a networking reception, where students are encouraged to drop-in and out of several employer rooms to learn about opportunities, ask questions, and make contacts.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or special accommodations.
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