Employer Overview & Site Visit Information
Company Overview: Our yellow border is a portal to the world, showcasing all of the wonder and beauty that it has to offer. But the story of our amazing planet and the people in it only becomes complete when everyone’s voice is included. Our mission is to inspire, support and elevate diversity and inclusion in every aspect of our daily work, storytelling, content and product offerings, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible.We promote an enriching and supportive climate for our community of employees, explorers, photographers and storytellers– regardless of their age, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, ethnicity, nationality, or professional title. We must ensure our yellow border is a symbol of inclusion and truly represents diverse voices, allowing all members of our global community to thrive and succeed. Let’s Go FURTHER, Together.
Site Visit Agenda: Introduction with CEO or D&I Council Chair; History/Background – where we were, where we are, where we are going; Overview: Diversity & Inclusion Mission and the work National Geographic is doing in this space
Will this employer be discussing internships, entry-level job opportunities or both? Both internships and entry-level jobs
What college majors are you currently recruiting? Journalism, Media Relations, Functional – HR, Legal, Finance, Marketing
What are the main types of positions you are looking to hire in the next year? Entry and mid-level roles in TV production, development, editorial, Company-wide intern roles across all departments, Editorial residency roles
Virtual Site Visit Contact
Any questions regarding this event can be directed to the Connections Committee virtual site manager:
Kate Juhl, email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions
Is my registration/ticket transferrable? No, registration/tickets are not transferrable. If you can no longer attend this event, please log in and cancel your registration.
Can I update my registration information? Yes, you can log in and update your registration information.
What are the program’s policies? Refunds of the $5 attendance fee will only be offered if the sponsoring organization cancels the visit. There will be no refunds for transportation expenses.
The Road Trips to the Real World program is open to current undergraduate and graduate students attending schools that are members of The Eastern Association of College & Employers (EACE) or affiliated Regional ACEs. To find out if your school is a member, please inquire with your campus career center.
**STUDENT AGREEMENT: By registering for this event, I agree to adhere to all deadlines involved with the EACE 2021 Virtual Road Trips to the Real World Program and understand that I am representing my college/university and the EACE organization. I verify that I am available for the date and time of this event and am expected to log-in to the virtual site visit at least 10 minutes before the scheduled start time.
*The deadline to register is Thursday, December 31, 2020.*
Visit the Road Trips to the Real World website for more information.