Resources for Diverse Populations
WorkplaceDiversity.com, the source for diversity talent™, is an experienced job-board for corporate recruiters who are seeking experienced diverse candidates. The site’s main focus is to help connect organizations that support and value diversity and inclusion within the workplace.
This site serves as career opportunity resources and job search engine for the cultural diversity marketplace. Employers use this site seeking to promote, attract, and recruit high performing candidates from underrepresented groups.
Known as "Diversity Employers," this site provides career development information, and hosts a large database of jobs available and equal opportunity employers, committed to workplace diversity.
Hosted by a well-known African-American Business and Career magazine, this website provides information for African-Americans seeking opportunities in the business sector/corporate America.
This site offers a "Get Empowered: Jobs" page highlighting: job programs, upcoming career events/trainings, job market news articles, and a JOBSNETWORK to search for career opportunities.
Black Career Women — professional development of black women
The Black Collegian Online — Career Site for Students and Professionals of Color
American Indian / Native American
The oldest and largest organization representing American Indiana and Alaska Natives, this site offers information about internships, an online job board, and information about their professional conferences.
A professional organization which services to empower Native journalists offers scholarships, hosts professional conferences to allow for networking, and hosts an online job board.
A non-profit organization focused on American Indians and other indigenous peoples in STEM careers. Offers scholarships, information about their professional conferences, and the site hosts an online job board.
This site offers a list of various scholarships available to those that are Native American.
A leadership organization, connecting Asian and minority professionals with companies across the world. The association hosts professional conferences, has available webinars, and a full career center section on their website.
This site is an online community for Asian professionals that hosts an online job board, the opportunity to network with others, and information about their Annual Asian Diversity Conference Expo.
Resume and Interview Skills for First Generation College Students
*** No different than any other student
*** Refer to Career Center Resume and Cover Letter Writing Guide available on Indiana State University Career Center Website or on campus in the Career Center
Tips for Advising First Generation College Students
- Addresses disadvantages first generation students face while completing higher education
- What can academic advisors do to encourage FGCS success
Additional Resources for First Generation College Students
Hispanic / Latinx
Upload your résumé, view the online job board, and connect with diverse network leaders and other professionals – a website set up to provide the LatinX community with a meaningful professional network and connections for potential career opportunities.
This is a national non-profit focused on enhancing the employment, development, and advancement of LatinX professionals. Hosts a full career center section on the site including: job matching services and mentoring & coaching for students and professionals.
A website to connect Hispanic and bilingual professionals with employers. This site offers information about job fairs, an extensive résumé database, and an online job board. Site hosts training videos and annual conference information.
Hispanic Market Business and Finance News Magazine
Individuals with Disabilities
Both current students and professionals can create a profile, network with employers, view a job dashboard, training videos and view annual conference information.
This is a program that places college students with disabilities in valuable internships nationwide. The website also provides leadership development and networking opportunities.
Run through the AAAS, this program identifies and recruits students with apparent and non-apparent disabilities studying in STEM fields, and some fields of business for internship and co-op opportunities.
A non-profit organization dedicated to empowering Americans with disabilities, this site features employment opportunities, as well as internships and fellowships.
This section of the website describes information for students who are interested in working on and/or off campus while studying in the U.S. There is also information about studying in the U.S., immigration statuses, transferring as an F-1 or M-1 student, traveling, driving, obtaining a social security number, and more.
This site offers information regarding how to apply for and get work authorization, and application forms available for download.
Cultural Vistas is a non-profit organization providing international exchange opportunities.
The Careerlink section of this site offers tools and resources focused on LGBTQ inclusion in the workplace. Membership is also free for LGBTQ job seekers.
This organization advocates for those working in LGBTQ resource offices within higher education. This is an associate organization of the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS).
Connecting Wounded Warriors, service members, veterans, their families and caregivers with supporters. Employment related resources are available through this site, as well information on transitioning from the Military to a Civilian career.
The DOD is the largest Federal employer of veterans. Chat with a career counselor virtually, search for DOD jobs/careers, find information about the federal hiring process, how federal résumés differ from typical résumés, and information about veteran hiring programs.
A site where veterans can create a civilian résumé and/or search for jobs. Not sure how your military skills translate to the civilian world? Use Military Job Code (MOC/MOS) to find related civilian occupations.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce launched Hiring Our Heroes, a nationwide initiative to help veterans and military spouses find meaningful employment.
CareerWomen.com is the leading national online career center by and for women. This site provides job seekers easy, targeted access to top employers and recruiters who are actively looking to recruit and hire women.
This site provides an online job board, as well as resources on: résumé/cover letter writing, interview do’s and don’ts, professional dress, salary negotiation, and starting a business.
This site hosts resources that focus on entrepreneurship, career building, and financial education - a yearlong program that supports women with low income who want to pursue a career in non-traditional, higher paying industries such as: construction, trades, manufacturing, IT, and renewable energy.