Mission: Advise, train and educate Command Teams, Soldiers and Family members to understand, use and execute the Army equal opportunity program in order to sustain and/or improve leadership and unit cohesion that maximizes human potential and ensures fair treatment for all persons based on merit, performance and potential in support of unit readiness.
4th Infantry Division Equal Opportunity Office
1853 O'Connell Blvd.
Building 1042, 3rd Floor
Fort Carson, CO 80913
24-Hour Hotline: 719-331-2448
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Equal Opportunity Office: The Army will provide an environment that is free of unlawful discrimination for military personnel and Family members without regard to their race, color, sex (to include gender identity), national origin, religion or sexual orientation. Furthermore, the Army is a values-based organization where everyone is expected to do what is right by treating all persons as they should be treated — with dignity and respect. Hazing, bullying and discriminatory harassment of people or their property is prohibited.
SHARP Office: Sexual harassment is a form of gender discrimination that involves unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature between the same or opposite genders. Sexual assault is a crime defined as intentional sexual contact characterized by use of force, physical threat or abuse of authority or when the victim does not or cannot consent.
EEO Office: Provide quality EEO programs, services, training, and advice to the Fort Carson community that sustains a discrimination-free workplace.
Inspector General (IG) Office: Inspector General serves as an extension of the Commanding General by providing an independent and impartial assessment of the morale, welfare, and discipline of the Command and reports on other matters that impact upon the economy and or efficiency of the Command.
|If you are ...||And you believe ...||You should contact ...|
|A military service member or a dependant family member.||You were treated unfairly based on race, color, sex (to include gender identity), national origin, religion or sexual orientation. You were hazed, bullied or the recipient of discriminatory harassment.||Your unit's EO leader or EO advisor (not confidential)|
|You were sexually assualted||Your unit's SHARP specialist. 24/7 SHARP helpline: 719-338-9654 (confidentiality and privilege)|
|You were sexually harrassed||Your unit's SHARP specialist (Limited confidentiality)|
|A DA/DOD employee, former employee, or applicant for federal employment.||You were treated unfairly based on your race, color, religion, national origin, sex (includes sexual harassment), age (40 and up), disability (physical and mental), reprisal, or genetics.||The Fort Carson EEO Office (not confidential)|
|A US citizen||You have a concern that pertains to an activity of the US Government, specifically the US Army and/or its members||The Fort Carson IG Office (limited confidentiality)|
4ID and Fort Carson EO Advisers
4ID EO Hotline 719-331-2448
4ID EO Program Manager 719-526-9468
4ID Senior EO Adviser 719-526-4304
4ID EO Adviser 719-526-4305
4ID EO Adviser 719-526-2761
1 SBCT EO Adviser 719-503-2098
2 IBCT EO Adviser 719-503-4998
3 ABCT EO Adviser 719-503-9305
4 CAB EO Adviser 719-524-6220
4 SB EO Adviser 719-526-6412
71st OD EO Adviser 719-526-0308
10th SFG EO Adviser 719-526-8468
EO Leaders Course
EOLC is a nine-day leadership course and is designed to prepare leaders to fulfill their role and responsibilities at the battalion or lower level as the commander's EO subject matter expert. EOLC graduates are the eyes and ears of the unit, constantly measuring the pulse of the organization by continuously assessing the climate, identifying climate detractors, assisting andIor conducting ethnic observances and reporting and assisting Soldiers and leaders with conflict resolution – solving problems at the lowest level.
All tenant units EOLC students send packet to: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Class #||Course Dates||Packets Due||Location|
|01-21||Sept. 28-Oct. 8, 2020||Sept. 1, 2020||Building 1042, room 316|
|02-21||Oct. 26-Nov. 5, 2020||Oct. 1, 2020||Building 1042, room 316|
|03-21||Jan. 25-Feb. 4, 2021||Jan. 1, 2021||Building 1042, room 316|
|04-21||March 15-25, 2021||Feb. 15, 2021||Building 1042, room 316|
|05-21||April 12-22, 2021||March 15, 2021||Building 1042, room 316|
|06-21||June 7-17, 2021||May 1, 2021||Building 1042, room 316|
Rising Leaders Course
“Rising” Leaders Course is a two-day junior leadership course and is designed to instill tomorrow’s influential leaders with greater appreciation for how their positive words, actions and deeds can significantly increase the readiness and lethality of their respective units. This is a facilitated course where students will be encouraged to voice their thoughts and opinions with regards to their impressions — positive and negative — of serving at Fort Carson and within the Army.
RLC Packets include:
All tenant unit’s RLC students send packet to: email@example.com
|Class #||Course Dates||Packets Due||Location|
|01-21||Oct. 13-14, 2020||Sept. 29, 2020||Building 1042, room 316|
|02-21||Dec. 15-16, 2020||Dec. 1, 2020||Building 1042, room 316|
|03-21||Feb. 16-17, 2021||Feb. 2, 2021||Building 1042, room 316|
|04-21||April 6-7, 2021||March 23, 2021||Building 1042, room 316|
|05-21||June 22-23, 2021||June 8, 2021||Building 1042, room 316|
|06-21||Aug. 24-25, 2021||Aug. 10, 2021||Building 1042, room 316|