GlobalMindED is a 501(c)(3) innovation network that closes the equity gap through education, entrepreneurship, employment and economic mobility to create a capable, diverse talent pipeline.
Submit best practices, insights and specific ways in which you are opening doors of opportunity for diverse, low income, First Gen to College, underrepresented students, graduates, those who work with them and those want to hire them. Join us to close the equity gap through creating a diverse talent pipeline. Here is who spoke in 2019 and here are past session and topics.
Each session is based on how things get done, key stakeholders, measurements and ability to bring about change at scale. Participants do not spend time talking about their background; but emphasize unique, innovative work and what it has achieved. Sessions will be selected based on the following criteria:
Diversity of people and perspectives
Specifics of how to solve a complex issue in the area of access and equity
Evidence-based solutions to our toughest pipeline problems
Demonstrating a unique, innovative and effective approach
Sharing potential pitfalls and hazards faced in the field
Information is impartial to specific products and services
Providing concrete and specific takeaways Involving the audience in creative and constructive engagement
If you would like to nominate a student from your institution for the
2020 GlobalMindED First Gen Student Leadership Program so that they can meet role models and mentors while networking for internships and jobs with companies who are dedicated to creating a capable, diverse talent pipeline, CLICK HERE.
If you are an educator, you canapply to speakorattendby yourself, a team or with your First Gen student delegates. If you come with more than 5 people from your institution, you are eligible for the discount.
Join us to recognize the most inclusive leaders in key industries for their innovations and bold actions to promote access and equity for women, people of color, and underrepresented populations in their recruiting, development, senior management on their boards, and in their pipeline strategies from education to employment.