Our Mission

Our mission is to create a culture where diverse voices and experiences are valued, our people feel empowered by their connections to each other, and the Team and all employees feel they can succeed.

Our charge is to direct and track impact, establish clear accountabilities, reporting standards, aspirational goals and measurements of success.

Four Pillars

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Pillars


The Dodgers Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee is a senior level policymaking entity charged with embedding Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion strategies into every aspect of the organization to leverage our innovative workforce, compete in the marketplace and serve the community. The Committee is a collaborative effort across the organization.

2023 Diversity Committee

Business Resource Groups

The Dodgers’ eight Business Resource Groups started in June of 2020 to provide employees with a forum to gather with other employees who hold common interests, identities and/or social issues. These groups to partner with the Diversity Committee to create innovation, solve problems and present new ideas to enhance and impact the Dodgers’ culture of inclusion. These groups include:

Athletes to Executives

Family Advocate Network

Asian Professionals

Dodgers PRIDE

Black Action Network


Dodgers High-Potential Young Professional Employees

Women's Opportunity Network

Pipeline Initiatives

Partnerships with colleges, universities, and diverse organizations

MLB Diversity Fellowship Program

MLB on Deck Diversity in Sales

Emerging Talent Programs

Interested in a career in sports? The Los Angeles Dodgers offers programs for current students and recent graduates that are designed to introduce individuals to the world of professional sports. Our Emerging Talent Programs include a 12-week internship program from May to August and a 5-month fellowship program from March to July.

Participants are placed in departments and roles across the Dodgers organization to help them grow their experiences and hone their skillset. The tools and connections give them a network of industry experts, and real-world, hands on experience in a dynamic environment.

Recruitment Timeline:

  • 5-month Internship Program: Recruitment starts in February
  • 12-week Internship Program: Recruitment starts in March

Program Requirements:

  • Must be available to live and work in Los Angeles or your assigned office location.+
  • A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
  • Unrestricted authorization to work in the United States.
  • Passionate about working for a professional sports team.
  • Proactive and out of the box thinking.

12-week Internship Program:

  • Must be a current Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior pursuing a bachelor's degree at an accredited institution.

5-month Fellowship Program:

  • Recent graduates and alumni within 1-year post graduation.

Harassment & Discrimination Policy

The Organization is committed to providing a workplace that is free from all forms of unlawful and inappropriate behavior, including harassment and/or discrimination. The Organization does not tolerate harassment and/or discrimination by any employee, whether such prohibited behavior is aimed at a coworker, customer, vendor or guest (invited or uninvited) of the Organization. The Organization will attempt to prevent harassment of anyone (including its employees) on its premises by any customer, vendor, or guest (invited or uninvited) of the Organization. Harassment and/or discrimination based on ancestry, race, color, national origin, gender, sex, pregnancy, marital status, medical condition, religion, age, disability, or sexual orientation are specifically in violation of both state and federal law.