At Stevens Pass, we believe diversity and inclusion are essential to success. We respect differences in race, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental ability, socioeconomic background, as well as thinking and working style among our employees and our guests. In these differences lie unique talents and strengths that make us better people and a better business. Embracing these differences allows us to come together with new perspectives and innovative ideas that will help Stevens Pass become the very best PNW mountain experience and inspire fun for all.
Our diversity and inclusion program is multifaceted to foster one inclusive Stevens Pass family among our employees, guests and the community.
- Diversity in the workplace: At Stevens Pass, we believe our people are our greatest asset. Our focus on diversity is about making Stevens Pass a great place to work. By hiring, retaining and investing in quality, diverse staff that reflect the communities that we serve, Stevens Pass creates a respectful and inclusive workplace that people feel comfortable with and engaged in.
- Welcoming our diverse guest: Our communities are becoming progressively more diverse with people identifying themselves in increasingly nuanced ways. We inspire a welcoming environment for our guests by hiring staff that reflect the diversity in our local communities. We provide mountain information in the languages that our guests speak, such as Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Spanish. We also host a variety of cultural events to celebrate our guests, no matter where they come from or who they are. When guests come to Stevens Pass, they become part of the Stevens Pass family.
- Community engagement: Stevens Pass is happy to support many community organizations in the Puget Sound area that welcome people from all different backgrounds and experiences into the mountain community.