Engineer Inclusion provides on-demand diversity, equity, and inclusion courses, as well as cohort based courses offered on a rolling basis. Our courses serve both the workforce and education, with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) plus Career and Technical Education (CTE) audiences.
Intentionally Engineer Inclusion™
The Intentionally Engineer Inclusion™ Program is a cohort-based semi-asynchronous program that will kick off in early 2023. This is for anyone interested in expanding their leadership capacity by building practices and employing skills that facilitate equity, inclusion, and belonging for others.
What is your positionality?
How we see and understand the world influences how we interact with others, make decisions, and interpret others’ actions. To be equitable and inclusive leaders, educators, or humans, we must understand our positionality, the social and political context that creates our identity, and how our identity influences and biases our perception of and outlook on the world. Positionality affects research, teaching, leading, policymaking, and everyday interactions. This course provides a scaffolded and reflexive exercise to help you examine your positionality, increase awareness, and extend greater empathy, compassion, and understanding to others.
How to become an inclusive leader
Belonging and being valued are fundamental human needs. Inclusive leadership helps address these two crucial needs and enhances performance, collaboration, attendance, and reduces turnover. This life skill is helpful for everyone, yet it is imperative to create cultures, schools, teams, and organizations that drive equitable outcomes for historically marginalized and minoritized people. This on-demand examines a four-part, iterative, reflective, and reflexive framework for developing into an inclusive leader.
Unraveling Bias in the Brain
Do you know how prejudice, stereotypes, and bias work in the brain? In this on-demand course, “Unraveling Bias in the Brain,” you’ll explore neuroscience-based strategies to reduce prejudice and stereotypes.
How to give self-efficacy-boosting feedback
Feedback and support from others are sources of our self-efficacy — our belief in ourselves to accomplish a task. Using a simple formula, we can adjust our feedback to be a super-booster for self-efficacy, motivation, and belonging. In this on-demand course, participants will learn how to encourage others more effectively to reach their goals.
Seminars for Tenure Review Committees
Equip members of tenure review committees with knowledge, skills, and practices for reducing barriers and supporting employees, particularly those who have marginalized or minoritized identities.
Think Outside the Box: Nontraditional Career Exploration
A student-focused curriculum with interactive, engaging exercises designed to excite students about nontraditional Career and Technical Education pathways and careers. The digital teacher-guided curriculum includes four modular student activities, utilizing a workbook and video guides.
- Licenses are available for individuals (immediate purchase) or discounted for groups (by purchase order).
- Bulk discounts are available if you are interested in purchasing licenses to multiple on-demand courses.
- For educational institutions: This investment is an approved purchase for Carl D. Perkins funds.
- And finally, cost should never be a barrier to learning, so please let me know if you need assistance.