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Resources for Diverse Populations

Diversity

The SU Career Center supports the career-related efforts of all students at Salisbury University and appreciates the diversity of cultures, ethnicities, and identities in our student body.

The Career Center looks forward to visiting with you in our center, located in Room 133 GUC.  Our staff members are committed to supporting students, alumni and employers from all backgrounds & perspectives and recognize the complexities of identity and career development. 

The Career Center provides on-campus resources to help you with your career development and planning. In addition to these resources, career counselors/advisors are available to answer questions and provide guidance.

Use the links below to explore our resources for diverse populations.

SU Career Services Websites

General Diversity

  • Workplace Diversity – Diversity job search engine.
  • EOP - Equal Opportunity Publications website.
  • Diversity Working – The largest diversity job board online.
  • IM Diversity – African, Asian, Hispanic, & Native American job search resources.
  • DiversityInc - The career resource for diversity enthusiasts. Includes career-related diversity news stories, job listings and resume posting features.
  • Diversity -  America's most trusted source for recruiting job seekers from diverse ethnic cultures, life styles, life stages, creative persuasions, abilities, religious affiliations and gender.

African-American

  • Black Enterprise - Web site for entrepreneurs.
  • Black News - Daily News for Black Professionals, including job postings.
  • The Black Collegian - The Career Site for Students of Color.
  • The Black Perspective -This family of online publications serves to aid specific targeted minority groups in finding news & information, job opportunities, and other useful employment related resources.

Asian-American

Homeless

  • Downtown Streets Team - Through an award-winning work-first model, Downtown Streets Team provides homeless and low-income individuals with the resources they need to rebuild their lives. First, they join a team and begin working collaboratively on beautification projects. In return, they receive a stipend in gift cards to help co er their basic needs, while taking advantage of case management and employment services to find housing and a job.

Latino-Latina

  • ALPHA - A leading professional association dedicated to enhancing opportunities for Latinos in the accounting, finance and related professions.
  • iHispano -  is committed to promoting Hispanic Employment and networking opportunities through its partnerships with leading Hispanic organizations and corporate clients.
  • Latpro - The Latpro service enables employers and recruiters to efficiently find professional candidates with language skills, international experience and/or multicultural knowledge.
  • Hispanic TodayThis family of online publications serves to aid specific targeted minority groups in finding news & information, job opportunities, and other useful employment related resources.

LGBTQQIA

  • Echelon Magazine - A magazine that publishes articles on LGBT finance, economic development, workplace advocacy, corporate diversity, education, employment and explores the ever evolving LGBT marketplace.
  • Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians & Gays (PFLAG) - A national non-profit organization with over 200,000 members and supporters.
  • ProGayJobs - A recruiting portal that provides diversity-focused employers with opportunities to post jobs and advertise to the LGBT workforce, and provides numerous resources to LGBT job seekers to find jobs with companies that embrace diversity.

National Association of Colleges & Employers (Diversity Statement): “Valuing individual diversity means reaching beyond stereotypical views of individuals and using the strengths and different perspectives that each person offers as a result of his or her culture, religion, ethnicity, gender, race, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, and age.”

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