Encouraging Diversity and Inclusion in Your Digitally-Facilitated Skills Training

The Advancing Economic Mobility with Skills (AEMS) Project seeks to lower barriers for youth-serving organizations to launch engaging, impactful, inclusive and targeted online skills training programs world-wide. This brief provides strategies to make your Digitally-Facilitated Skills Training project more inclusive, equitable, and transformative for participants, particularly for women and other marginalized groups.

This AEMS brief is the fourth in a series of six resources. The other five can be found linked below.

Brief No. 1: Developing Engaging Digitally-Facilitated Skills Trainings
Brief No. 2: Making Your Digitally-Facilitated Skills Training More Accessible
Brief No. 3: Selecting the Right Learning Management System for Your Youth-serving Organization
Resource 5: Overview of Leading Learning Management Systems
Resource 6: Available Curricula and Learning Material Library for Skill Building