BIPoC

At the Office of Career Success, we celebrate the multitude of perspectives and stories that the BIPoC community brings to our campus. Employers seek to hire professionals who bring various perspectives and experiences into the workplace. Your prior experiences have given you skills that the University, community, and employers value. We have coaches to connect with you about how you can find meaningful opportunities that align with your values and interests while you are a student and beyond. Log in to set up your preference to be notified when content for BIPoC becomes available.

BIPoC

Top 21 African American Professional Groups (Monster)

Looking for networking support and career advice in your field? You’re bound to find a professional association here that can help. Click here for the full article on Monster.com.

 

By Pam Mathison
Pam Mathison Career Coach
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Career Peer Spotlight: Kamraan Moore, Sport Management ’22

Q: Why did you apply to become a Chase Career Peer?
A: Although professional development has always been something I take great pride in, I was encouraged to apply after completion of the ISOM-200 Career & Personal Development seminar. Our …

By Melissa Salva
Melissa Salva Director of Employer Engagement
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How Can Employers Create Safe Spaces for Women & People of Color? [Interview]

Mikaela Kiner is an executive coach, entrepreneur, and HR consultant who recently authored the book Female Firebrands: Stories and Techniques to Ignite Change, Take Control, and Succeed in the Workplace, in which she interviewed thirteen successful, mission-driven women to learn …

By Stephan Maldonado - Firsthand
Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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The Difference Between How Black and White Professionals Rate Their Firms in Diversity

Each year, Vault surveys thousands of banking and accounting professionals, asking them to rate their firms in several workplace categories. These categories include compensation, benefits, hours, work/life balance, training, relationships with managers, promotion policies, and business outlook. They also include

By Derek Loosvelt - Firsthand
Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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How to Be an Active Ally to Black Women at Work

Ally” is a popular word in the workplace these days as people seek to put action behind the pledges of racial justice and equality that many organizations have made. Often, people use the term allyship to refer to a general …

By Ella F. Washington - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Featured Resources

Diversity.com

Diversity.com has been a leader in the diversity jobs market since 2000. We feature job postings from some of the …

BlackJobs.com
Black Career Women’s Network
Hispanic/Latino Professionals Association Job Board
United Latino Job Bank

LULAC’s United Latino Job Bank seeks to increase diversity in corporate America and federal government. LULAC launched the job portal …

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