We know that diverse perspectives make our ideas better and our teams stronger. Everyone deserves to work and live in a society that treats them as equals. We’re dedicated to growing a workforce that better reflects the world around us and we’re committed to creating an inclusive workplace where all voices can be heard.
We partner with the National Society of Black Engineers and focus our recruitment efforts on Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
The Alliance of Black Leaders for Excellence (ABLE) is our employee resource group that was created to help enrich the careers of Black employees at Oracle. With 15 chapters and counting, we focus on inclusive recruitment, retention, and community engagement.
Oracle should be a place where everyone can succeed. We’re documenting our diversity journey, tracking our progress, and holding leaders accountable. Employee training is helping our employees increase their awareness of unconscious bias.
We’ve worked with organizations such as UNCF and Black Data Processing Associates for more than 20 years and donated more than $12M dollars to help increase opportunities for Black students. Through Oracle Academy, we provide free STEM education for all.
Take risks. If you want to create the future of tech, you can't play it safe. Hear more of Nicole's advice and thoughts on why diversity of thought is the key to creating new technologies.
“What has sustained me is my upbringing and the values learned.” Learn about his journey from athlete to Oracle leader and what drives him to be a diversity and inclusion advocate.
During Edwin's tenure at Oracle, the growth of D&I programming gave him more opportunities to dive into his passion for community engagement. Learn about his early involvement with the ABLE community.
“I wanted to be in tech because I can bring my whole, authentic self.” Hear more from Leigh and other Black colleagues on what drew them to Oracle and how they are working to close the representation gap.
Our culture celebrates unique stories and diverse backgrounds every day. Black History Month is a time when we recognize how far the fight for equality has come, while always remembering how far we have yet to go. Every year we’re proud to come together and march in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
All of our employees are entitled to 40 paid volunteer hours every year. Many ABLE members and allies use this time to work on projects they feel will enrich the lives of the Black community, such as projects with Black Girls Who Code.
Your unique development journey is supported by our online learning library, tuition reimbursement program, and Internal Talent Advisors. We also organize, host, and attend a range of training events and workshops that cultivate a community of support, mentoring, and excellence for ABLE members.
Oracle is a proud supporter of equal rights. We forge strategic partnerships with organizations that help increase diversity in tech, provide free computing education, and help underrepresented minorities become leaders in STEM.