Exchange Workforce Diversity Program

Special Emphasis Programs (SEPs) and Associate Resource Groups (ARGs) serve as corporate resources. They foster an inclusive environment and offer the opportunity for growth and development for all associates.

The three programs required by the EEOC are:

  • Federal Women’s Program (POWER)
  • Hispanic Employment Program (iHOLA!)
  • Disabilities Employment Program (ABLE)

While the EEOC does not require other SEPs, the Exchange chose to have the following ARGs:

  • African American/Black Employment Program (BRIDGE)
  • Asian American/Pacific Islander Employment Program (AAPEX)
  • American Indian/Alaskan Native Employment Program (Nation’s Network)
  • Operation Associate Connection, a multi-generational program (OAC)
  • Veteran’s Appreciation Program (HEREOS)
  • Exchange Military Spouse Appreciation Program (Unsung Heroes)
  • Allies for the LGBT - Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Workforce and Community (ALLY)

Asian American/Pacific Islander Employment Program (AAPEX)

African American/Black Employment Program (BRIDGE)

American Indian/Alaskan Native Employment Program (Nation’s Network)

 

Disabilities Employment Program (ABLE)

Asian American/Pacific Islander Employment Program (AAPEX)

Operation Associate Connection, a multi-generational program (OAC)

 

Allies for the LGBT - Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Workforce and Community (ALLY)

Hispanic Employment Program (iHOLA!)

Federal Women’s Program (POWER)

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