There are a wide variety of career resources for people in traditionally underrepresented groups. These resources don't replace the services offered by the Career Planning Center but rather provide supplemental guidance, job postings, and informational articles in career exploration and internship and job searches. We encourage students interested in career exploration or jobs/internship search to set up an appointment with a career counselor by calling (203) 254-4081 or e-mail email@example.com.
Resources for LGBTQ Students
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered and Queer
Career Resources for LGBTIQA Students
Web-based resource list.
Want to work for the federal government? Information about the federal government's network of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Employees. Includes a national register of openly LGBT individuals in the federal government.
A job search engine run by Out & Equal that connects LGBT-friendly businesses with job seekers, including employment news relevant to LGBT candidates and a Career Resource Library.
National GLBT Organizations
Listings of LGBT friendly organizations by interest areas.
Out & Equal's
A nonprofit organization that provides workplace advocacy and programs to LGBT individuals. Each year they educate employers through their Diversity Training Program and their National Workplace Summit Conference.
Out for Work Internship and Job Board
Current job and internship openings across the U.S.
Sexual Orientation & Career Decision Making
Resource for LGBT students with questions about all aspects of the career preparation process.
Transgendered at Work
A comprehensive resource addressing workplace issues for transgendered individuals. Provides resources for employers and employees on how to navigate this ever-expanding area of employment policy and practice.
HRC WorkNet: The job-related site for the Human Rights Campaign, HRC WorkNet provides gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender job seekers with its annual Corporate Quality index as well as informational articles on related topics.
Multicultural Career Resources
The Affirmative Action Register is the national Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) recruitment publication "directed to females, minorities, veterans, and all other applicants." The publication contains a listing of professional, managerial, and administrative positions in all employment sectors, including many opportunities in higher education. Employers are listed alphabetically and geographically.
The Career Exposure Network is a privately held e-recruiting network of premier niche sites that has been helping Fortune 1000 employers find top quality women, diversity, and MBA candidates since 1996.
DiversityLink's mission is to bring outstanding female, minority, and other diversity professionals together with equally outstanding proactive employers who have career opportunities. This mission is supported by those companies, search firms, and diversity candidates whose job postings and resumes you can find here.
IMDiversity.com is dedicated to providing career and self development information to all minority groups, specifically African Americans, Asian Americans, women, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans. This site contains "the largest database of equal opportunity employers committed to workplace diversity."
INROADS, founded in 1970, is charged with the mission of developing and placing talented minority youth in business and industry and preparing them for corporate and community leadership. Information on their paid college internships, which combine up to four summers of work experience at a local client organization with year-round academic instruction, can be found at this website.
Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) is a nonprofit organization that prepares young people of color to lead by example in their families, communities, and careers. SEO provides services through three major programs: the Career Program, the Scholars Program, and Alumni & Philanthropy Programs.
The T. Howard Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to increasing diversity in the multimedia and entertainment industry.