Tips and testimony around leveraging your personal value in being a badass WOC negotiator!
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.
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.
This article provides links to resources for moms re-entering the workplace. There are resources for making connections, finding mentors, paid project work, remote work opportunities, etc.
Parker Dewey provides students access to paid micro-internships, short project-based experiences with employers that help you gain critical skills to build your resume. Students can create a free account, upload their resume, search for, and apply for projects that match their interests and skillsets. The micro-internship board updates frequently with new opportunities. Many of these […]
This is an activity for students and supervisors to discuss career competencies that the job requires and that they want to develop for future goals, using a reflect, plan and dream model.
News, tools, and resources (including a newsletter!) for the art community.
Brown Girls Love Power provide tools and inspiration for professional women of color interested in personal branding, beauty, fashion, journalism, communications, and entrepreneurship through special events including workshops, panels, and programming like their annual Power Day.
See a list of the top conferences for LGBTQ+ writers and writers of color.
Five powerful women came together to discuss how the media portrays black women in a moderated panel.