Safe & Inclusive
IIC endeavors to:
Respect the members of our community as individuals
Everyone at IIC (Students, educators, staff, clients, visitors) has value as an individual and we honor their humanity, regardless of identity group.
Embrace new and differing outlooks
IIC embraces ideas and perspectives that celebrate our diversity.
Progress is a journey
IIC values change and seeks to continually improve itself as a safe and all-inclusive learning environment.
“The teachers here helped me to realize the diversity of the beauty field” –Brittany (Recent IIC Grad)
IIC has proudly provided direct support to the following non-profit organizations, whose values and missions we embrace:
Viviana Sofia Gugliotti Foundation
IIC is proud to make a donation to The Susan G. Komen Organization on behalf of the 2022 IIC graduating class. The mission of the Susan G. Komen Organization (Our mission is to save lives by meeting the most critical needs in our communities and investing in breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer) is directly aligned with IIC’s values, and our history of community support. We urge our community members to visit the Susan G. Komen website to determine ways to show support for this worthwhile cause. https://www.komen.org
Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement on behalf of the 2021 Graduating Class. Local CT based was inspired by the bravery of a 6 year old boy and a mother’s choice to forgive, which led to the creation of Next-Generation Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) and Character Development programming to create a safer, more loving world.
Urban League of Greater Hartford, working to reduce economic disparities for African Americans and underserved communities.
Linda Clemens Breast Cancer Foundation, whose mission is to provide comfort and support to local, Connecticut women battling breast cancer.
Special Olympics of CT, providing year-round sports training and competitions for over 12,000 athletes (individuals with intellectual disabilities) and Unified Sports® partners (individuals without intellectual disabilities who are the athletes’ teammates).
Boston Children’s Hospital, dedicated to improving and advancing the health and well-being of children around the world through its life-changing work in clinical care, biomedical research, medical education and community engagement.