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HOW DO WE SUPPORT BIPOC?
In addition to our equitable selection process, we prioritize projects focused on anti-racism, diversity, and inclusion for our participants to work on.
DxH operates fully remotely. However, we are establishing our physical headquarters in the Greenwood district of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Greenwood campus will feature a free computer lab enabling participants without access to technology to participate in DxH's apprenticeship and other remote training programs as well. DxH is targeting a May 2021 launch for the Greenwood campus.
We plan to upskill members of the Greenwood community for lucrative remote eLearning jobs. Due to the nature of remote work, this will bring income back into the community instead of forcing long-time residents to leave for other markets to gain employment. We believe this model is a blueprint for other cities to bring economic justice to historically underserved communities and their residents. It's a simple plan: we will bring remote jobs to Greenwood and train Tulsans to do them.
WHAT SERVICES DO WE OFFER?
We offer business consultation, curriculum design, and eLearning subject matter expertise at no cost to charitable organizations. If your charitable organization has a need for curriculum design services, we invite you to fill out our contact form. If selected, your project will be vetted by our team, and potentially developed at no cost to you by a future project team. Our training program relies on a pipeline of charitable projects for our teams to work on, so the relationship is synergistic for all parties.
We also offer staff augmentation services to organizations seeking to bolster their L&D workforce with diverse talent at competitive rates.