National Book Foundation Intern Candidate Demographic Survey
The attached survey was primarily developed by Candid and CHANGE Philanthropy to help us better understand our organization as we build an inclusive culture that respects diverse perspectives in all our work. This information will only shared with the hiring committee for the position, and will be deleted from NBF records after the hiring process has been completed.

This survey takes less than 5 minutes to complete. Please note that answers are not confidential, but will also not be shared with anyone external to the NBF hiring committee. Your participation, while encouraged, is voluntary, and you can select "Decline to state" on any question.

The National Book Foundation is committed to inclusivity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, nationality, marital status, parental status, military service, or disability.

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Full name (please state exactly as was in application materials) *
Race & Ethnicity
1) How do you publicly self-identify? If a different identity than those listed below, please use "other" to specify. *
Gender Identity 1
2) How do you publicly self-identify?
Gender Identity 2
3) How do you publicly self-identify?
Sexual Orientation
4) How do you publicly self-identify?
5) How do you publicly self-identify?
Veteran Status
6. Have you ever served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces, military Reserves, or National Guard?
Publicly self-identify: The information you are providing is how you would identify in each category
to the public.

Transgender: An umbrella term people may use to describe their gender identity and/or gender expression as different from the sex they were assigned at birth. People who identify as transgender might describe themselves using one or more of a wide variety of terms including genderqueer, non-binary, and transgender. Transgender people may claim/affirm their gender identity through hormones and/or surgery. Transgender identity is not dependent on surgery. Transgender identity is not a sexual orientation.1

Cisgender: A term used to describe a person whose gender identity is the same as the sex assigned to them at birth.1

Nonbinary (also non-binary): Preferred umbrella term for all genders other than female/male or woman/man, used as an adjective (e.g., Jesse is a nonbinary person). Not all nonbinary people identify as trans and not all trans people identify as nonbinary.2

Disability: A disability can be physical, learning, cognitive, sensory, mental or chronic health or other disability that is a barrier to everyday living.3

Sources: 1. UT Austin Gender & Sexuality Center 2. Trans Student Educational Resources 3. RespectAbility
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