What are YOU doing to support a diverse STEM workforce?

12 January 2014 | News news

The Royal Society would like to hear from people who have implemented initiatives which are really making a difference to the diversity of their organisation’s workforce. Share your success story by contacting the Royal Society by 28th February 2014.

The Royal Society would particularly like to receive case studies from small and medium sized enterprises who have devised and successfully implemented, for example a mentoring or networking scheme for underrepresented groups, or have introduced training for recruitment panel members.

To download a case study submission form and for further details, follow this web link:
Royal Society call for case studies

Send your completed case study to diversity@royalsociety.org by Friday 28 February 2014.

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