SuccessWorks Is Committed to Fostering an Inclusive and Equitable Community of Support

SuccessWorks stands in solidarity with members of the UW-Madison community engaging in the important work of creating an equitable, inclusive and just society. The toll of systemic racism did not start with the murder of George Floyd, nor did it end with the trial of Derek Chauvin. But we know that for communities of color, including those experiencing anti-Asian hate, events of the past weeks and months have had a disproportionate impact. 

To students who are Black, Indigenous and people of color, we are committed to fostering an inclusive and equitable community of support, empowering you to thrive professionally and be leaders for positive change. SuccessWorks is here for you. 

If you are seeking space to process, resources for education and action, or mental health support, we encourage you to connect with Resources for the Campus Community, plus resources specifically for L&S students and departments. 

Rebekah Pryor Paré (she/her)
Associate Dean for the L&S Career Initiative
Executive Director, SuccessWorks at the College of Letters & Science
University of Wisconsin-Madison