The Board of Trustees of the Allan Hancock Joint Community College District is committed
to employing qualified faculty who are dedicated to student success. The board recognizes
that diversity in the academic environment fosters cultural awareness, promotes mutual
understanding and respect, and provides suitable role models for all students.
The board is committed to hiring processes that support the goals of equal opportunity
and staff diversity and assure that all employees and applicants for employment will
enjoy equal opportunity regardless of ethnic group identification, race, color, religion,
gender, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation,
marital status, medical condition, and/or Vietnam-era veteran status.
The board also commits the district to vigorous staff diversity/equal employment opportunity
in all aspects of its employment program including recruitment, hiring, assignment,
compensation, promotion, transfer, and with respect to all faculty classifications.
The board recognizes that to be effective, a staff diversity/equal employment opportunity
program must be fully institutionalized to the extent that all members and employees
of the Allan Hancock Joint Community College District have roles and responsibilities
to achieve staff diversity and equal employment opportunities. The district is committed
to involving all staff in the active promotion of campus diversity including recruitment
of members of underrepresented groups and provision of a work and learning environment
conducive to open discussion and free of intimidation, harassment, and unlawful discrimination.
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"My career goals as an accounting student are to fully immerse myself in the business world, to basically have an understanding of how businesses operate and function. The teachers seem to be very enthusiastic and very knowledgeable about what they're doing. Everything that has to do with learning how a business works is presented in a class. It's going to be very easy to apply anything that you learn here at school in the real world."
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