Diverse Student Populations
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) - is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person's race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information.
Corporate Diversity Search, Inc. — specializes in the placement of women and minority candidates into middle and upper level professional positions in a variety of areas, including: engineering, manufacturing, information systems, accounting, telecommunications, strategic planning, finance, human resources, and others. Job-seekers can post submit their resumes and view career opportunities.
Diversity Search — a leading diversity career portal, where job-seekers can post up to three online resumes and cover letters, search job listings (by keywords, industry job type, location, or company), and create up to five job search agents (that email you new jobs that match your criteria). Free to job-seekers.
DiversityWorking.com — a great diversity job site for all ethnic and sexual orientation groups, where job-seekers can search for jobs (by location, industry, job listing type, posting regency, and keywords), as well as post your resume, and sign up for a free newsletter. The company is also a national career expo producer for the diversity marketplace. Free to job-seekers.
Minority Career Network — offers free access to thousands of job opportunities, nationwide, in all industries, at all levels. Also includes some great career tips.
WorkplaceDiversity.com — a career management site for "diversity talent," where job-seekers can search for jobs from employers who support diversity, take advantage of a job search agent, post your resume, read articles that will help you get ahead, and find insider company research. Free to job-seekers.
Nemnet — a resource organization committed to helping minority students looking for jobs in education. Services include online job postings, resume database, and career fairs for people of color. Free to job-seekers.
North Carolina Resources
List of Minority Owned Small Companies in the Triangle – Non-comprehensive list of small minority businesses in the Triangle area within the following industries: Food & “Beverage, Clothing & Retail, Technology and Marketing.
NC Minority Professional Network – Minority Professional Network attracts millions of progressive multicultural users and subscribers, including students, entrepreneurs and corporate professionals from all U.S. states and 50+ countries.
The Carolinas Asian-American Chamber of Commerce (CAACC) - CAACC is the Charlotte region's leading Asian organization dedicated to fostering cooperation, partnership and interaction among our members and local/state, national and international companies and individuals.
North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals - The North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals is a professional membership group, made of individuals who are united by a common desire, to see Hispanic students succeed in the classroom so they can succeed in life.
Triangle Native American Society acts as the official governing urban Indian organization in the Triangle community. The organization seeks to unite American Indians, bridging various unique cultures and traditions while holistically attending to the needs of the Indian population residing in the community. TNAS seeks to empower American Indian people residing in the Triangle to become resilient leaders advocating for educational advancement, economic sufficiency, self-determination and cultural inclusiveness and awareness.
Carolina Black Caucus - Our vision is a university community that consistently and enthusiastically fosters, supports and celebrates the achievement of Black employees at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Urban League of Central Carolinas - The Urban League of Central Carolinas is a multi-service, non-profit Agency that promotes financial stability and racial inclusion in our community.
Diversity and Multicultural Affairs - Diversity and Multicultural Affairs is a unit in the Division of Workforce Strategy, Equity, and Engagement and serves as the diversity arm of the University.
The Carolina Latina/o Collaborative - The Carolina Latina/o Collaborative (CLC) is committed to developing a greater awareness of Latina/o issues, cultures and identities by building collaborative relationships across campus and the community.
Carolina Latinx Center - provides students, faculty and staff the opportunity to explore Latinx cultures, histories and tradition and to use that understanding to work across racial and ethnic communities in North Carolina and the world.
Carolina Millennial Scholars Program (CMSP) - CMSP is a comprehensive, two-year cohort program designed to promote academic and professional success and to provide academic, cultural, and social support.