At the heart of our commitment to diversity and inclusion is the belief that we can better position ourselves to save lives every day by attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse staff unified in their dedication to the cause of saving lives from cancer.
We seek out and celebrate employees from different cultures, experiences, and geographies, with a variety of styles and viewpoints, to provide greater insight into our programs and services. The greater the diversity of our people, the better we can serve our communities. That is how we define success.
A Welcoming Workplace
Our offices are productive, welcoming environments where each person can contribute individually and collaborate on teams, where our differences are valued just as much as our similarities, and where our people reflect the richness and diversity of the communities we serve. We emphasize teamwork, mutual respect, and personal leadership.
At the American Cancer Society, we are committed to creating a diverse work environment where every employee is included, respected, and supported – allowing everyone to maximize their potential and be their very best.
To further our commitment to diversity and inclusion, all employees have the opportunity to attend training sessions to broaden their diversity awareness.