Presentation on theme: "History of the National Civil Rights Leadership Committee."— Presentation transcript:
History of the National Civil Rights Leadership Committee
NATIONAL CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED AUGUST 1999
ROLE OF THE COMMITTEE Develop active approaches to Civil Rights & EEO for VSDevelop active approaches to Civil Rights & EEO for VS Interact with VS Regional/Unit Advisory CommitteesInteract with VS Regional/Unit Advisory Committees Monitor and evaluate Civil Rights & EEO progress in accordance with the Agency’s Civil Rights Strategic PlanMonitor and evaluate Civil Rights & EEO progress in accordance with the Agency’s Civil Rights Strategic Plan
NCRLC’s Goals/Objectives Develop CR & EEO Initiatives: a better work place for all VS employeesa better work place for all VS employees increased services and opportunities to underrepresented groups and communities.increased services and opportunities to underrepresented groups and communities.
Liaison/partnership with EEO/CR CommitteesLiaison/partnership with EEO/CR Committees Monitor the VS CR Strategic Plan to ensure measurable goals & objectives are metMonitor the VS CR Strategic Plan to ensure measurable goals & objectives are met Foster true equality of opportunity for employees and outside stakeholdersFoster true equality of opportunity for employees and outside stakeholders NCRLC’s Goals/Objectives
NCRLC’s SUCCESSES AG-DISCOVERY Established through a Cooperative Agreement with Alcorn State University – 2001
NCRLC’s 2 nd Ag-Discovery In 2005, NCRLC embarked on It’s 2 nd Ag-Discovery with Kentucky State University With the on going success of the 1 st Ag-Discovery program with Alcorn State University, NCRLC decided to finance another event with Kentucky State University to reach more students interested in Agriculture.
CEAH CAREER DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (CCDIP) 10 Week Summer Internship Salary, travel, housing & benefits paid GS-3 to 7 based on qualifications Intern Expectations/Outcomes Develop technical, group and interpersonal skills. Gain important work experience. Establish valuable professional contacts, Explore a career path with the federal government