ROI Educator Boot Camp: Cook Medical

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ROI Educator Boot Camp Update:  On Tuesday, regional teachers & educators visited Cook Medical in Bloomington, IN. 

Cook Medical is a family-owned medical device company that works with physicians to develop devices that are less invasive for patients. Its first products were wire guides, needles, and catheters. Today, Cook Medical has 12,000 employees globally and provides over 16,000 products to 135 countries. Cook Medical’s world headquarters in Bloomington, IN, is home to 2,478 employees.

Boot Camp participants were welcomed byC ook Group Incorporated Vice President for Industry and Government Affairs Dan Peterson, who gave a history of the Cook companies.  Educators also toured Cook’s warehouse and distribution center to learn about jobs and careers at the facility.

Cook Medical’s Vice President Ron Mobley gave a closing presentation on the company’s approach to diversity and inclusion. Cook Medical’s Diversity & Inclusion Mission:

Cook values diversity at all levels and strives for full participation from all our employees of every gender, gender identity, race, age, sexual orientation, pregnancy status, national origin, religious affiliation, veteran status, ability, or class. We believe that inclusion fosters creativity and innovation and empowers all our employees, thus making Cook a stronger organization. To this end, Cook promotes a corporate culture that maintains a balanced and diverse workforce.

Thank you to Ron for providing our educators with sunglasses and lens cleaners. The glasses serve as a metaphor for the lenses that people use to see the world and a reminder on how the teachers can educate their own students to promote and respect inclusion, diversity, and equality as they begin their careers.

Learn more about the ROI Educator Boot Camp.

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