Slack has committed to donating $100,000 to the Equal Justice Initiative. Additionally, the company partnered with Dropbox and Zoom to expand their six-month apprenticeship program, Next Chapter, which is designed for individuals who were previously incarcerated. The program provides financial aid, mentorship, and support for re-entry into society, while also training participants for careers in engineering.
Slack does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, or based on an individual’s status in any group or class protected by applicable laws. Slack encourages applications from minorities, women, the disabled, protected veterans, and all other qualified applicants.
ABOUT AFRICAN AMERICAN INCLUSION
African American Inclusion is an organization dedicated to the pursuit of equal opportunity in the workplace.
As a job seeker, Inclusion means being educated as well as having access to the highest levels of education.
Diversity-friendly employers, Inclusion means having a workplace that’s a reflection of the community it serves.
We here at African American Inclusion will continually strive to serve both the job seeker and employers with valued added outreach and recruiting products and services designed to help pave the way to a better and stronger society, and a more inclusive America.
We welcome, challenge, and encourage your participation and support!