We look forward to discussing these steps with our advisers to ensure that our employment, development and equal opportunity programs are both robust and successful.
What does EOP stand for?
EOP stands for Equal Opportunity Program(s)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 131 other meanings of EOP in our Acronym Attic
- Enemy of the People
- Engine Oil Pressure
- Engineering Operational Procedure
- English for Occupational Purposes
- English Only Policy (education)
- Enhanced Outpatient Program (prison systems)
- Ensemble Orchestral de Pau (French orchestra)
- Ensemble Orchestral du Palais-sur-Vienne (French orchestra)
- Envelope of Performance (computing algorithm)
- Environmental Operating Principles (USACE)
- Equipment Operating Procedure
- Equity Office Properties Trust (ticker)
- Eruption of Pures (gaming clan)
- Escalation of Privileges (exploit)
- Ethernet Over Power
- Exchange Online Protection (Microsoft Office)
- Exchange Operating Procedure
- Executive Office of the President
- Exercise on Prescription (healthcare; various locations)
- Experience Optimisation Pack
Samples in periodicals archive:
We have chosen an experienced and skilled equal opportunity program director.
Plus One is a Equal Opportunity Program with auxiliary aids and services available upon request for individuals with disabilities.
Dean Stewart-Curry, lead for the Navy Equal Opportunity program.
Joel Dotterer, who oversees the base's equal opportunity program, has shelves full of training material for unit leaders who must hold annual sessions on sexual harassment and assault for soldiers under their command.
Ethridge, vice president of equal opportunity programs at Emory University and president of the American Association for Affirmative Action, there are shortcomings when diversity is considered an alternative to affirmative action.
As the Equal Opportunity Program manager for the 9th RSC, I see the history of Japanese-American Soldiers in World War II as one of the greatest stories ever told about overcoming discrimination and adversity.
She has also served as associate director of the Rockefeller Foundation's Equal Opportunity Program, where she was responsible for overseeing projects dealing with minority single parenting, community-based employment programs and child care policy.