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Our Commitment

At Chindlers, We are committed to providing a quality education to a diverse population. We strive to maximize human potential through:

The education of tomorrow’s leaders, by proving educators who promote Social Justice, Discipline, and Compassion. “In order to create a more perfect Union” -The U.S. Constitution Research and understanding of complex social problems by enlightening students with problem-solving skills. By proving effective and timely intervention, we illuminate the human capacity. Empowering students with the knowledge to enhance their quality of life by catering to the disadvantaged with reverence.

Promoting health, well-being and self-respect

“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other” -John F. Kennedy
We embrace education through our commitment to solving problems that affect people of the 21st century.

Our Mission with our Community

As members of Chrindlers, we commit ourselves to promoting social and economic justice for poor and oppressed populations and enhancing the quality of life for all. We strive to maximize human welfare through:

  • Education of effective social work leaders, practitioners and educators who will challenge injustice and promote a more humane society, and whose actions will be guided by vision, compassion, knowledge and disciplined discovery, and deep respect for cultural diversity and human strengths.

  • Research that engenders understanding of complex social problems, illuminates human capacities for problem-solving, and promotes effective and timely social intervention.

  • Public service that enhances the health, well-being, and empowerment of disadvantaged communities and populations at local, national, and international levels.

We embrace our position of leadership in the field of social work and join in partnership with others in society committed to solving human problems in the twenty-first century.

Actions Taken for the safety of our candidates and staff.

  1. Phasing – Create a phased transition to return to work aligned with risk and exposure levels.
  2. Sanitize – Before employees return, disinfect the workplace and make any physical alterations needed for physical distancing.
  3. Screenings – Develop a health status screening process for all employees.
  4. Hygiene – Create a plan to handle sick employees, and encourage safe behaviors for good hygiene and infection control.(mask,temperature evaluation,gloves,spray shoes with alcohol)
  5. Tracing – Follow proper contact tracing steps if workers get sick to curb the spread of COVID-19.
  6. Mental Health – Commit to supporting the mental and emotional health of your workers by sharing support resources and policies.
  7. Training – Train leaders and supervisors not only on the fundamentals of safety such as risk assessment and hazard recognition, but also on the impacts of COVID-19 on mental health and wellbeing, as employees will feel the effects of the pandemic long after it is over.
  8. Engagement plan – Notify employees in advance of the return to work, and consider categorizing workers into different groups based on job roles – bringing groups back one at a time.
  9. Communication – Develop a communications plan to be open and transparent with workers on your return to work process.
  10. Assessment – Outline the main factors your organization is using as guidance to provide a simplistic structure to the extremely complex return to work decision.