Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
The Uni Project has established and adopted the following Equal Employment Opportunity policy (“EEO”). The purpose of this EEO policy is to ensure that all employment decisions are made on a non-discriminatory basis, and without regard to sex, race, color, age, national origin, religion, disability, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship, pregnancy or maternity, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable national, federal, state or local law.
- The Uni Project will recruit, hire and promote without regard to sex, race, color, age, national origin, religion, disability, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship, pregnancy or veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law.
- The Uni Project will make all decisions of employment with consideration to appropriate principles of Equal Employment and Affirmative Action.
- Promotional opportunities will be filled based on merit, experience and other job-related criteria.
- Personnel actions, such as compensation, benefits, layoffs will be administered on a non-discriminatory basis.
Diversity & Inclusion Policy
See our policy here.
Book Donation Policy
We encourage and appreciate donations of books for the Uni Collection, as well as monetary contributions towards the purchase of books. Book donations are accepted with the understanding that books will be added to the Uni Collection only if deemed appropriate and needed as determined by Uni Librarians. The Uni Project is the operating name (DBA) of Street Lab, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donated books become the property of The Uni Project and will be used where and how the Uni Librarians see fit.
Our priority is to make books in the Uni Collection available for public browsing. At any time, if a book can not be offered effectively to the public in the Uni Collection, Uni Librarians may dispose of it as they see fit, including but not limited to the following options: 1) donation to another nonprofit or library that can offer the book to the public, 2) sale of the book in a charitable book sale, with proceeds used to purchase new books for the Uni Collection.
All donors will also be acknowledged on the Uni’s website. We cannot appraise the value of donated materials, but we can provide an acknowledgment. Donors should understand that over time, donated books will become well-worn from use by the public and may be damaged or lost.