CELL does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex or gender, age, religion, marital status, political beliefs, or disability in the administration of its educational, admissions, scholarship, and hiring policies or other educational programs.
It is CELL’s policy to comply with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations regarding equal opportunity. In keeping with that policy, we are committed to maintaining a work environment that is free of unlawful discrimination and harassment. Accordingly, CELL will not tolerate unlawful discrimination against or harassment of anyone, including any co-worker, vendor, client, or participant of CELL.
Conflict of Interest Policy
Officers, directors, and employees of CELL are expected to conduct themselves with personal integrity and ethics. A conflict of interest refers to a situation in which private interests or personal considerations may affect an interested party’s (e.g. officer’s, director’s, employee’s) judgment in acting in the best interest of this organization. By joining CELL, you agree to support its mission and work, to support and advance the best interest of the organization, and to avoid placing yourself in situations where your personal interests actually or potentially conflict with the interests of the organization.
- CELL will inform appropriate parties in a timely fashion of any incident that occurs that meets the Clery Act or Title IX definition of a reportable incident if the student consents to disclosure.
- To facilitate compliance, CELL agrees to inform an appropriate party of any hospitalizations or accidents of students while participating in CELL program activities. See https://goo.gl/fTrL4n for definitions.
- CELL will not, per law, disclose Title IX cases without securing the permission of the student. If such authorization is secured, the Title IX Officer (see below) at the college should be notified.