The Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce another Business Benefit. Tiffin University is offering a 10% discount for Chamber Members on their Building Cultural Competencies within Organizations Certification Program.
Celebrating Cultural Uniqueness (CCU): Tiffin University’s Response to Diversity and Inclusion
Since 2016, Tiffin University has moved from an initiative in diversity and inclusion to a commitment to diversity and inclusion practice, now called CCU@TU. Throughout this process, TU created a core curriculum for undergraduate students that results in global diversity competencies for all graduates. TU also established a Ph.D. in Global Leadership and Change, now in its second year with over 50 students. Additionally, all employees and Board of Trustees are going through a seven-month certification program entitled, Building Cultural Competencies within Organizations, now in its third year. Finally, TU has developed a robust diversity and inclusion program for external stakeholders designed in a variety of delivery methods and customizable for organizational needs.
Tiffin University’s Building Cultural Competencies within Organizations Certification Program
Program Description and Goal
Designed to help individuals strengthen their awareness and understanding about diversity and inclusion through the lens of cultural intelligence, as well as enable them to have the ability to work more effectively with people who are different from themselves, TU is offering training to assist understanding in any workplace-situational environment. The goal of this program is for participants to think deeply about their respective biases, and not only recognize and practice to minimize these, but more importantly to advocate for others by "stepping up" with courage and respect for the sake of valuing others who are different than themselves and creating a workplace environment that celebrates, welcomes, and respects differences.
Overall Outcomes To provide the knowledge, skills, tools, and perspectives to build competencies which will allow participants to:
For more information or to sign up, please contact the Ellen Lucius, Executive Assistant to the President, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-448-3413.« Back to Blog