Career Resources for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)

  • Black Collegian Online: The Black Collegian Online provides career and grad school resources, a job bank, and employer profiles.
  • Diversity Careers: Information on diversity/careers in Engineering and Information Technology.
  • Diversity in the Workplace: Article from DeVry University sharing insights and strategies related to diversity for 2020 and beyond.
  • Diversity Job-Seeker: Listing of top multicultural companies, and career resources for women, Asian-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, African-Americans, Native Americans, and people with disabilities.
  • Diversity Jobs: Search engine with jobs from diversity-friendly employers.
  • Diversity Jobs Streetsmart: Minority employees sharing career stories.
  • Diversity Working: Search engine that allows you to post resume to employer of your choice.
  • Hire Diversity: Online service for diversity career development and recruitment.
  • Hispanic Heritage Foundation: The Latinos on Fast Track (LOFT) program can help you find an internship or job in the private or public sectors. Free lifetime membership.
  • iHispano: Information on hispanic and diversity jobs.
  • IM Diversity: Career site devoted to serving the cultural and career-related needs of minorities.
  • IMPACT Interns of Color Networking Group: A Google Group that provides a variety of internship opportunities from consulting to software engineering for students of color.
  • Institute for the Recruitment of Teachers (IRT): Recruits students of color and other scholars interested in diversity and supports them in the process of applying to graduate school and getting funding to pursue masters degrees in education with teacher certification.
  • LatPro: A website for with job listings for Latino professionals or bilingual Spanish-speakers.
  • NEMNET: Employment opportunities in education for minority students (requires free registration).
  • Saludos: A site for hispanic students – search for employer of your choice, post your resume, and apply.
  • The Institute for Responsible Citizens: A scholar program that serves African American male college students and offers a rigorous experience that includes internships, professional development, and a variety of social activities.

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