Skillcrush Student JEDI Committee

What Is JEDI?

Justice – Dismantling barriers to resources and opportunities in society so that all individuals and communities can live a full and dignified life.
Equity – Allocating resources to ensure everyone has access to the same opportunities. Equity recognizes that advantages and barriers —the ‘isms’— exist.
Diversity – All the differences between us based on which we experience advantages or encounter barriers to opportunities. Diversity isn’t just about racial differences.
Inclusion – Fostering a sense of belonging by centering, valuing, and amplifying the voices, perspectives and styles of those who experience more barriers based on their identities.
Source: JEDI Collaborative


The Skillcrush Student JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion) Committee is a Skillcrush accountability body consisting of six past, present, and future community members that evaluate the implementation and impact of Skillcrush antiracism initiatives and goals. This group will help guide the development of new and existing antiracist plans and goals.


  • To hold Skillcrush accountable for our goal of being an antiracist company
  • Assess the efficacy of current efforts from an outside perspective
  • Identify gaps and potential shortcomings in current and future plans
  • Make recommendations on new antiracism goals
  • Evaluate our student community

Membership for Community Members

The group will represent Skillcrush’s diverse student body. We’re looking to center on our community’s most underrepresented groups. This group will meet monthly for one hour. When meetings take place will be determined by mutual availability among members.

Members’ roles and responsibilities

  • Agree to adhere to our Community Guidelines
  • Agree to adhere to the Student JEDI Committee Code of Conduct
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Read the agendas before the meetings
  • Come to meetings prepared to participate and share feedback
  • Express your opinions and viewpoints
  • Be open to hearing the opinions and viewpoints of others
  • Attend consistently and on time
  • Able to commit to at least six months

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