Who We Work With
  • Are you passionate about contributing to social justice and equity within organizations and communities?
  • Do you find joy in advocating for inclusivity and ensuring that everyone has a fair and equitable experience?
  • Are you intrigued by the idea of driving positive change within organizations by fostering diverse and inclusive environments?
  • Do you have a genuine interest in developing cultural competence and understanding the diverse perspectives that contribute to a more robust society?
  • Are you committed to educating others on the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion and its impact on individual and organizational success?
  • Are you seeking work that allows you to make a tangible and meaningful impact on the lives of individuals and communities?
  • Are you looking to enhance your communication skills, enabling you to facilitate conversations around sensitive topics, fostering understanding and collaboration?
  • Are you open to continuous learning and personal growth, recognizing the evolving nature of JEDI work and its impact on society?

Why is JEDI work important for Students?

In today’s multicultural world, students engaging with Social Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) work gain essential skills highly sought after by employers. Understanding and embracing JEDI/DEI principles equip students with crucial abilities needed in diverse workplaces. Skills like empathy, cultural competence, communication across differences, and conflict resolution are fundamental components of JEDI/DEI work and align closely with what employers value. The globalized nature of our society demands a workforce capable of navigating diverse perspectives and backgrounds. By actively participating in JEDI/DEI initiatives, students cultivate a deeper understanding of different cultures, identities, and experiences. These experiences not only enrich their personal growth but also enhance their marketability in the job market. Employers increasingly seek candidates with strong JEDI/DEI competencies as they recognize the value of a diverse and inclusive workforce. Students engaging with JEDI/DEI work not only contribute to building more inclusive communities but also position themselves as skilled, adaptable, and culturally aware professionals sought after in today’s competitive job landscape.

How does US² help Students (ages 14-20)?

Personalized Action Plan
CARES® Certification
CHANGEmaker Program
Community Support (join a cohort of student peers to continue the conversation)

What are the next steps?

Schedule a call with a team member to learn about our Youth Programs.

Ready to Start?
Take the first step towards a more diverse and inclusive workplace. Schedule a consultation with our team today!
Book a Discovery Call
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