Guide to Inclusive Practices Social Media Kit
Advancing EDI takes collective and ongoing effort, and at Engineers and Geoscientists BC we believe that we achieve more by working together and sharing our knowledge. We are pleased to share this resource and encourage you to use it in any spaces where it can add value.
If you would like to share our Guide to Inclusive Practices through your organization, workplace or personal network please use the content available below.
Help Us Share This Resource!
Engineers and Geoscientists BC recognizes that creating meaningful change in this area comes from collaboration. Please help us share this resource with registrants and other industry partners:
- Send out a tweet or LinkedIn post on your own channels (we’ve pre-written these for you to use below).
- Include the branded images below in your posts to increase visibility on social media platforms, like Twitter and LinkedIn.
- Add the available newsletter copy to any upcoming mailings being sent through your organization or employer. The newsletter copy could also be posted on an Intranet page.
Sample Post for Twitter
@EngGeoBC has a new Guide to Inclusive Practices! Developed to support volunteers, this tool outlines best practices for building and contributing to inclusive environments, but it can also be applied to other areas of practice by professionals. Learn more: http://ow.ly/yPp150OcGHl
Sample Posts for LinkedIn
Engineers and Geoscientists BC has a new Guide to Inclusive Practices! Developed to support volunteers this tool outlines best practices for building and contributing to inclusive environments and can be applied to other areas of practice by professionals. The guide includes sections on Inclusive Presentations, Inclusive Meeting Facilitation, Land Acknowledgements, and more!
View the full Guide to Inclusive Practices now: http://ow.ly/A9yY50OcH01
Sample Newsletter copy
Engineers and Geoscientists BC has developed newsletter copy below that can be used by individuals or employers to share this resource through your networks.
New: Guide to Inclusive Practices by Engineers and Geoscientists BC
Engineers and Geoscientists BC has developed a new Guide to Inclusive Practices. This guide shares information about best practices for building and contributing to inclusive environments which can be applied by registrants in their general practice as well as in volunteer activities. The guide includes sections on inclusive presentations, meeting facilitation, land acknowledgements, and more!
View Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s Guide to Inclusive Practices now: http://ow.ly/FO4t50OcH5V