Every Action Counts: Breaking Down Barriers and Promoting Inclusion

Every Action Counts: Breaking Down Barriers and Promoting Inclusion

From promoting inclusion and inspiring future leaders to helping communities in need and protecting the environment, Every Action Counts is our pledge to put our people and planes to work for the greater good.

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United Airlines' New Flight School Seeks Diversity in the Flight Deck
Saying that the aviation industry is dominated by white men is a huge understatement. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, only...
May 9, 2022 1:30 PM ET
The End of the All-Male, All-White Cockpit
For many like Ms. Percy, piloting has long been or seemed out of reach. Few women and people of color aspire to fly planes because they rarely see themselves in today’s flight decks. The cost of training and the toll of discrimination can be discouraging, too. Now there’s urgency for the industry to act. Pilots are in short supply, and if airlines want to make the most of the thriving recovery...
May 5, 2022 10:10 AM ET
United Partners With OneTen to Help Create One Million Family-sustaining Jobs for Black Talent Over Ten Years
CHICAGO, April 29, 2022 /3BL Media/ - United Airlines announced a new collaboration with OneTen, a coalition of leading chief executives and their companies committed to creating one million family-sustaining careers for Black talent with opportunity for advancement over the next 10 years. The collaboration with OneTen comes as...
Apr 29, 2022 10:30 AM ET
United Airlines and PGA TOUR Team Up to Provide Travel Grants to 50+ HBCU Golf Programs
Each school receives $10,000 for student-athletes, coaches and equipment to fly United and compete in tournaments across the country Program addresses one of the biggest barriers to golf programs’ growth and success: limited access to funds for air travel
Feb 8, 2022 11:55 AM ET
United First Officer, Carole Hopson, Honors Bessie Coleman With Goal of Enrolling 100 Black Women in Flight School
On June 15, 1921, Bessie Coleman became the first Black and Native American woman to earn a pilot's license. Bessie was a pioneer and inspiration to early pilots in the African American and Native American communities. She paved the way for female aviators everywhere including United First Officer Carole Hopson. 100 years later Carole honors Bessie's legacy with a goal of enrolling 100 Black...
Jul 14, 2021 2:10 PM ET

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