Black, Indigenous, and People of Color

A compilation of career related resources for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.

African-American Students

African American Professional Associations – Compilation of links to the leading African American professional associations, many with career and job sites of their own, collected by Monster.

Black Enterprise
Search for jobs. Knowledge center for job search, career management and professional development articles and advice.

Black Collegian Online
“The career site for students of color.” Online version of the career magazine geared towards African Americans. Hard copy version of the magazine available for free in the Career Resource Center (MP212).

National Urban League Job Network – The Urban League Job Network is backed by the National Urban League and is dedicated to helping diverse students find employment opportunities.

 

Hispanic/Latinx Students

Hispanic and Latinx Professional Associations – Compilation of links to the leading Hispanic and Latinx professional associations, many with career and job sites of their own, collected by Monster.

Latinx Careers – Job board sponsored by LATCareers.com.

LatPro.com
Leading employment source for Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking professionals throughout the Americas.

ihispano.com
Job search site.

Saludos Web National Job Listings
Supported by Saludos Hispanos magazine, this site serves the Hispanic community by providing a way for employers actively seeking to recruit qualified Hispanics to post job listings. Search for jobs, read career and internship advice, lear about Hispanic-friendly companies with opportunities for Spanish-speaking bilingual professionals.

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Financial Literacy Part 2: New Hires

In Financial Literacy: Part 1, we covered the basics of building good financial habits while in college. For Part 2, we take a look at goals and timelines as you start your career and financial planning. This will secure your …

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Financial Literacy Part 1: College Students

You may think that college is too early to begin to understand the basics of Financial Literacy. The truth is, waiting until after college would be too late. Developing good financial habits in college will set you up for fiscally …

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Stop Telling Young Women of Color to Accept a Broken System

 

This article on hbr.org written by Deepa Purushothaman covers how women of color had been taught to outwork everyone around them in order to take their seat at the table.

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5 Ways Women of Color Can Prioritize Their Well-Being at Work

 

When I first started working in corporate America, the idea of getting my next raise, promotion, or bonus motivated me to the point that I sometimes worked 60-80 hour weeks trying to prove my worth. And while I felt …

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Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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DEIA Equity Language Guide

Being respectful and thoughtful in our exchanges with each other, external partners and stakeholders, and the general public is integral to fostering an inclusive community. The Columbia SPS DEIA Equity Language Guide is offered to our community at SPS and …

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Career Planning Resources

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