Workforce Development Webinar Series Archive

All Past Events

ECP Broadening Participation Initiative: Challenges, Gaps, and Opportunities in Computing Workforce Development and Retention

This webinar will provide an overview of the current activities of ECP’s Broadening Participation Initiative, which seeks to foster a supportive and inclusive culture within DOE national laboratories for recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce in HPC.

Strategies for Inclusive Mentorship in Computing

Mentorship is a dynamic, career-long phenomenon spanning many different relationships that support our personal and professional development. In this webinar, the speaker will discuss insights into the science of mentorship, ongoing research into mentorship among computing professionals, and experiences with inclusive mentorship.

Work/Life Balance? Lessons from SC22 Early Career Program Panelists

This session features lessons from the SC22 Early Career Program on work/life balance, strategies for working remotely, and on how those early in their careers can apply lessons learned from pandemic-driven change and resiliency.

Black Lives Count: Toward Accountability in Efforts to Diversify Computing

This webinar will discuss unexpected benefits of involving a more diverse population in science, arguing that diverse groups both do scientific research differently and do different scientific research. The webinar will conclude with a call for accountability through disaggregating data in diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.

Focus on Ally Skills

This webinar will discuss skills for people with power and influence to be more effective in a modern diverse workforce, including skills such as listening, amplifying marginalized voices, and speaking up when it is uncomfortable.

Normalizing Inclusion by Embracing Difference

The webinar will discuss ways to achieve an ecosystem for diversity, equity, and inclusion in Computational Science and Engineering, and how this ecosystem can contribute to an increase in innovation and developer productivity. The webinar will include opportunities for attendees to interact and explore the concepts discussed.

How to be a Great Mentor

Mentoring is vital to developing and retaining a diverse, talented, and enabled workforce. In this penal, the speakers will share what they have learned from their mentees about developing, networking, and sponsoring the next generation of HPC and STEM professionals.

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