Tips and testimony around leveraging your personal value in being a badass WOC negotiator!
Through the National Association of Colleges and Employers, Saleem Clarke shares their approach to assisting students navigating inclusive conversations around dress for success in preparation for an interview.
According to the conventional wisdom, if you want to succeed at work, you need to learn how to fit in culturally. But in recent research, we’ve discovered that many professionals of color have succeeded in underrepresented fields by shining a light on their differences and mobilizing their identities.
A lawsuit claiming Harvard ranked Asian-American students lower on personality traits like “likability” reflects stereotypes that persist in the workforce, too. In this article, Asian-Americans share their experience with likeability.
This article provides experience and several suggestions for how to go about finding professional development in an organization as a person of color.
The Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP) is a partnership with the National Park Service and Environment for the Americas designed to provide internship opportunities for young Latinx adults, in a variety of career fields. The program helps raise awareness of public lands, including national parks, and engage the next generation of stewards. Applications generally open […]
When searching for a job, you may feel like you’re not qualified enough to get it. But you are. Here’s how to take your doubts and struggles and turn them into strengths, according to Aimée Eubanks Davis, founder and CEO of Braven.
Read this article to get an idea of what to look for or ask about in a job search if working at an inclusive company is important to you.
Organizations and Associations focused on job postings for diverse talent.
This article includes a list of thoughtful questions students can ask recruiters during interviews or other interactions to assess their organizations’ DEI priority and commitment.
Professionalism has become coded language for white favoritism in workplace practices that more often than not privilege the values of white and Western employees and leave behind people of color.
United in STEMM is a CSU initiative for CSU students of color, regardless of their gender expression or sexual orientation, who interested in careers in science, technology, engineering, math, and medicine (STEMM). There are many opportunities to get involved on campus, and build community with students, staff, and STEMM employers!