Specific Resources for Students of Color

General Career Sites

  • Black Enterprise.com
    Black Enterprise links employers with job seekers through a database for job searches and postings. The BE Executive Recruiter Directory of black-owned firms may be used at any stage in the job search. In addition to featuring the latest news in various industries, this career resource center provides helpful tips on resumes, cover letters, interviews, and negotiating offers.
  • Monster Diversity Leadership Programs(DLP)
    Last year, students from 620 colleges and universities participated in Monster DLP. To learn more about why DLP is a great opportunity for you, visit the Monster DLP website!

Field-Specific Career Sites

  • Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship Program
    The Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship Program has enabled students to develop the analytical, quantitative, linguistic, and communication skills needed to deal with challenges and opportunities in public service. The program offers education fellowships for people of color in public service for a changing nation and world. Sponsored by Academy for Educational Development.
  • American Indian Science & Engineering Society:
    The American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES) is a national, nonprofit organization which nurtures building of community by bridging science and technology with traditional Native values. Offering financial, academica, and cultural support through its educational programs, AISES provides opportunities for American Indians and Native Alaskans to pursue studies in science, engineering, business and other academic arenas.
  • The Black Collegian Online:
    The Black Collegian provides job postings and employer profiles, as well as helpful advice on job search strategies, graduate school opportunities, and career and industry reports with a focus on career and self-development for African American collegians.
  • Diversity/Careers in Engineering and Information Technology:
    Diversity/Careers in Engineering and Information Technology and its Minority College Issue provide information on diversity in the workplace, news updates and recent hires, and the latest in technological developments. Visit the website to submit your resume and learn about upcoming career events.
  • Diversity Connection.org:
    The online career development resource of The Institute for Diversity in Health Management, DiversityConnection.org provides services to link qualified health professionals to each other and to job opportunities across the country connect diverse individuals to leadership and mentoring programs in a variety of healthcare settings serve as a job search database for minority management candidates in healthcare services.
  • DiversityInc.com
    DiversityInc.com offers information on diversity in news, media, marketplace, workplace, and communities. The website includes a career center for career advice, a comprehensive resource guide, and visitors can register to receive email updates and the diversity newsletter.
  • HispanicOnline.com
    In addition to their Career Center, HispanicOnline.com provides links to relevant information in fields such as business and finance, education, technology, politics, and arts & entertainment. The website includes company highlights, career advice, and available job opportunities.
  • HispanicBusiness.com
    HispanicBusiness.com serves as an interactive connection to the worldwide Hispanic market. The website features helpful career advice and offers searches for jobs and employers, resume posting, tips on resumes, interviewing, and salary negotiation, as well as information on upcoming events and community-based Hispanic professional and corporate organizations.
  • IMDiversity.com
    IMDiversity.com provides minority professionals with comprehensive job seeking and career management tools. The website offers career advice, job finding and success tips, employment trends, employer profiles, and culturally related articles for African-Americans, Asian-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, Native Americans, and women.

Specific Career Related Organizations

  • SEO
    Founded in 1963, Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) offers internships, mentoring, volunteerism, and enrichment programs, and related support for the career development of students of color. The SEO Career Program internships vary with positions in fields such as accounting, asset management, corporate law, information technology, investment banking, management consulting, media and philanthropy.
  • BrassRing Diversity
    BrassRing Diversity offers advice on resumes, interviews, and careers as well as reviews of companies, cities, and specific positions. In addition, the website connects employers with students of color or recent graduates through a database for resume and job postings.
  • Inroads
    INROADS connects undergraduates of color with corporations to provide career-related summer work experience, mentors, and financial support to "develop and place talented minority youth in business and industry and prepare them for corporate and community leadership."
  • WorkplaceDiversity.com
    WorkplaceDiversity.com, the source for diversity talent, is the central job search web site for Corporate recruiters who want to make a good faith effort to reach experienced diversity talent.
  • HireDiversity.com  
    This website has resources for special populations including African Americans, Asian Americans, disabled, gay & lesbian, Hispanics, Native Americans, and women. Their mission is to “facilitate excellence in diversity recruitment by bringing together human resources professionals with quality, prescreened, multicultural and/or bilingual professional candidates from diverse backgrounds.”
  • Hispanic Jobs.com
    Bilingual job opportunities for English-Spanish-speaking professionals ranging from entry level to executive level.
  • DiversitySearch.com
    This site is a diversity career portal for minorities, women and other job seekers and diversity recruiters.