Career Resources for Multicultural Students
The mission of INROADS is to develop and place talented minority youth in business and industry and prepare them for corporate and community leadership.
The Black Collegian Online is the first website dedicated to providing rich content and resources to Black collegians and all people of color seeking career and self-development information.
IMDiversity.com provides minorities (mostly African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans and Women) with access to the largest database of equal opportunity employers committed to workplace diversity.
HireDiversity.com specializes in recruiting diverse candidates including women, minorities, bilingual, veterans, disabled and mature workers. Free services offered: resume posting, in-house recruiters connecting you to your future, thousands of entry to senior-level career opportunities, tracking tools to manage your job applications and job search agent services.
This site's goal is to provide job seekers with employment opportunities, career information, the latest minority news and access to a library of archived information about civil rights history.
This site allows to to post your resume and search for jobs. Many jobs are with Fortune 500 companies that are targeting diverse professionals.
The NAAAP Job Board matches qualified professional talent with real job opportunities. NAAAP partners post positions and can search the résumé database. The Job Board provides members access to new opportunities, professional connections as well the ability to search jobs with an easy-to use system.
LatPro.com membership and services are free for job seekers. Users can search thousands of job postings from pre-screened employers, create free email Job Agents, post multiple resume versions, and access other career resources such as expert articles, events and newsletters.
iHispano.com is one of the leading career sites for Hispanic and bilingual professionals. Members can post their resumes, search job postings from some of today's industry leaders and Fortune 500 companies, get career advice and subscribe to their e-newsletter. It is free to register as a job seeker.
The information on this web page will be of special interest to members of minority groups who are considering legal careers.
Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) is a nonprofit organization that was one of New York City's first mentoring programs for high school students of color. Since that time they have grown into an established nonprofit organization with offices in New York City and London, more than 50 full-time staff, and programs that serve over 1,000 students, parents, and alumni each year.