Diversity & Inclusion Training
Civil Rights (SoNM-1110)
This is a comprehensive course covering civil rights, discrimination, and diversity. It is required annually for all SoNM employees.
Building Cultural Equity with Native Nations (SoNM-1653)
Pursuant to the State-Tribal Collaboration Act, the State Personnel Office also partners with the Indian Affairs Department to provide the training course that is mandatory for state managers and employees who have ongoing communication with Indian nations, tribes, or pueblos. In this course, titled Building Cultural Equity with Native Nations, participants will develop a better understanding of how to engage and collaborate with Native communities in New Mexico. Participants will learn the omitted history of Native Nations in this country and its impact, as well as best practices of New Mexico Tribes and Pueblos. Through the duration of the course, participants will engage in interactive exercises to grow their awareness and knowledge of what it means to work more collaboratively with Native Peoples.
Black History Month (SoNM-1801)
This course provides an opportunity to explore the history of the Black experience and learn about a few of the many contributions that Black people have made to society through excellence and innovation in science, the arts, law and politics, sports, and more.
Mental Health Awareness Month: 5 Day Practice (SoNM-1836)
This short course, available for completion on a voluntary basis, provides an opportunity to prioritize your mental health by committing to five days of short activities. Each day explores a different facet of mental health and contains a simple exercise for applying it. In less than 15 minutes a day, you can take steps to improve your emotional well-being.
LGBTQ+ Pride Month (SoNM-1841)
This course, available for completion on a voluntary basis, provides an opportunity to explore the history of LGBTQ+ activism that evolved into the Pride festivals and marches that we celebrate each June as LGBTQ+ Pride Month. Learn more about the key events in the United States that ultimately shaped a global movement. The course is available now and will remain available on a continuing basis after the end of June.
Additional Training Opportunities
Additional events, information, and resources may be available through other State Government Agencies, including: