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Community Outreach

Passion projects, philanthropy, and community partnerships

Tallahassee is more than just headquarters. It’s home.

At Diverse Computing, we strive to make a difference not only in the national criminal justice community, but right in our backyard. We contribute to countless local events each year, and encourage our employees to volunteer on company time.

Below are a few of our favorite projects and achievements from recent years.

Tally Job Hop

The Tally Job Hop is a one day tour for students to visit some of North Florida’s top businesses who are looking for interns and employees from our local universities. At each stop, students learn about each company’s corporate culture, what type of projects they are working on, and most importantly, what types of internships and jobs are available. Diverse Computing staff members launched the event from the ground up in January, 2016. In Fall 2016, DCI handed the event off to the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce. Diverse Computing still participates in the event each semester as a recruiter.

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Outreach at Florida State University

At Diverse Computing, we truly bleed garnet and gold. A large portion of our employees are Florida State Alumni, and we love to give back by attending events at the university, giving talks at classes, and mentoring students. Pictured to the left is a shot of our Project Management Team at the College of Communication & Information’s Women in Leadership Conference.

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Winners of the 2016 Chamber of Commerce Next Generation Award

In Spring 2016 we were recognized by the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce for our internship and talent retention programs with the Next Generation Award. This category honors those businesses which help cultivate emerging leaders and young professionals in their companies and in the Tallahassee community. We are so honored to accept this award and thankful for all of support that we have received since we started our business more than 15 years ago.



Guardian ad Litem Program

Meet Bill Tatun, our Chief Information Security Officer and Lead CJIS ACE at Diverse Computing. Bill volunteers as a Guardian ad Litem and currently represents and is the independent voice for 3 children (two 5 year olds and a 3 year old) in the Florida dependency court system, specifically the 5th Judicial Circuit consisting of the counties of Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Marion and Sumter.

Guardians ad Litem (GALs) are volunteers, who are appointed by the Court to advocate – speak up – for the best interest of a child who has been abused, neglected, or abandoned. The majority of these children have been removed from their homes and placed with relatives or foster parents. Diverse Computing is proud to support the efforts of Bill and all our employee volunteers who give back to the community.

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