Each year there are national and international events that enable us to recognize individuals with disabilities and the importance of diversity within the workplace and our communities. To help you plan for these celebratory campaigns, we've compiled a list of some of the top awareness campaigns for 2020!
At Getting Hired, we promote and celebrate the New Year by driving awareness to the celebration of:
February celebratory days
February is the shortest month of the year but has plenty of celebratory days for individuals and employers to recognize:
March celebratory days
March brings several awareness days for individuals to celebrate, including International Women’s Day, which is one diversity holiday employers should aim to support:
April celebratory days
April is a significant month for many of our community partners, as Autism Awareness/Acceptance Month and World Autism Awareness Day are celebrated.
May celebratory days
May brings with it a host of events to commemorate:
June celebratory days
As students and families prepare for summer break in the United States, learn more about the celebratory days you can support in June:
July celebratory days
July celebrates the most important civil rights law that supports individuals with disabilities within society. Learn more about the two events you should consider supporting during July:
August celebratory days
As the end of summer break is comes to an end, there are a few celebration days organizations and individuals should be supporting in August:
September celebratory days
With the change of season and kids back to school, don’t forget to support these celebratory days in September:
October celebratory days
October is arguably one of the busiest months at Getting Hired because there are so many great events happening! Our inclusive employers support National Disability Employment Awareness Month every year and we can’t wait for another celebration in 2020.
November celebratory days
November officially kicks off the holiday season with the theme of being thankful in preparation for Thanksgiving and giving back to your local communities and non-profits on Giving Tuesday:
December celebratory days
As organizations and communities begin to prepare for the New Year, don’t forget to add a few extra social media campaigns to show support for these two celebratory days:
Getting involved with the wide array of campaigns and events that take place throughout the year is a great way for businesses to improve their level of engagement with individuals with disabilities.
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