Policies

Chess for Success is an open and inclusive organization. Our program is open to any student in the schools we serve. Below is our non-discrimination policy. For more information contact Julie Young, Executive Director.

At Chess for Success, one of our core objectives is to maintain a program in which every person can achieve his or her full potential without being impeded by discrimination or harassment based on race, gender, national origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, disability or any other status or characteristic that is protected by law.  Our practices and policies are intended to impress upon every program manager, participant, and contractor the seriousness of this commitment, and to strongly encourage these individuals to report any conduct that they perceive to be discriminatory or harassing in nature to the Executive Director or President.

Chess for Success’ policy of non-discrimination requires more than just obeying the law, it requires that all program managers, participants, and contractors conduct themselves with maturity, professionalism, and a positive attitude in all that they do at Chess for Success.