Career Services values Inclusive Excellence in the workplace. The following information is provides you with resources to assist you in your internship and career searches.
Career Services is also guided by the National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE) Diversity & Inclusion Statement.
Inclusive Excellence is the umbrella framework under which the UW System and its institutions will move forward in coming years to address strategically equity, diversity and inclusion.
The central premise of Inclusive Excellence holds that UW System colleges and universities intentionally need to integrate their diversity efforts into the core aspects of their institutions—including academic priorities, leadership, quality improvement initiatives, decision-making, day-to-day operations, and organizational cultures—in order to maximize their success.
At UW Oshkosh, Inclusive Excellence is a University-wide initiative designed to enhance student academic success by expanding diversity programs to include more than race and ethnicity. It emphasizes student success and all the competencies necessary to ensure all students have a positive educational experience. Its goal is to share the outcome of student success across the University by bringing in faculty as a critical tool in student success.
Learn more about Inclusive Excellence:
Inclusive Excellence Career Resources
Career Services Events
Empowered through Networking
This structured networking event is for students of color, LGBTQ and women. Employers from roughly 13 companies, nonprofits and local governments present at this event to assist students with the development of their professional networking skills. Participating employers range from major manufacturers to regional arts organizations to the city of Appleton and the U.S. Army.
View DiversityInc's Top 50 Companies for Diversity.
Launched in 2011, Diversity Employers magazine and DiversityEmployers.com are published by IMDiversity, Inc., which also produces the IMDiversity.com Multicultural and Career Center, The Diversity Registry, and The Black Collegian online. Learn more.