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DISCLAIMER: AORE recognizes and understands that each organization's needs are unique; information found on this page is not meant to be an exhaustive list. We encourage members to ALWAYS do their due diligence when taking in information and/or following recommendations and guidelines from both public and private entities. Inclusion on this page should not be considered an endorsement by AORE.
Task forces are working groups composed of current association members in good standing or designated individuals committed to a specific, time-bound task assigned by the board of directors. Task force members are selected on the demonstrated skills and expertise as defined in the specific task force position description.
The Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) Task Force will recommend a strategy to improve the association‘s policies, leadership structure, and engagement systems in an effort to create an equitable member experience and encourage a diverse and inclusive outdoor industry.
These tools and resources are ever growing and are being provided to help support your work and leadership both as individuals and as program directors.
On July 17, 2020, members joined leadership to learn more about how AORE has been working towards improving Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - from an internal and external perspective. Members can view the Association Chat by logging in and accessing the Online Learning area.
AORE followed that event by hosting it‘s first specific DE&I listening session on July 29, 2020. Conversations between members, BOD attendees and the executive director focused on the need to help AORE members in whatever stage of their learning relative to DE&I, find support and resources. Extensive notes were taken throughout the call and AORE invites those that are interested to review the notes. [Read the session notes here.]
Professional, Student Professional, Organization and Vendor memberships have access to post and read the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion message board. They can utilize this valuable resource to share findings, ask questions, or learn more on how to improve their leadership skills. To ensure you are subscribed to this message board, log in to the member’s area to verify.
We believe that everyone in the outdoor recreation and education industry, including you, is important and should have the opportunity to attend the AORE Annual Conference. We have compiled a variety of resources to help reduce conference related funding requests, fundraising, payment plans and scholarship information.
Allyship 101: Ally as a Verb [AORE webinar*]
*AORE webinar access requires a login but NOT a membership. Non-members can still create or access a login to view some of AORE's free or low-cost webinar recordings.
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