Students of Color

Students and alumni of color may face unique challenges in the career exploration and job search processes, and in the workplace. Yale’s Office of Career Strategy is committed to supporting students and alumni of color as they navigate the career decision-making process and assess organizations’ work cultures and environments.

Some employers may offer diversity recruitment programs aimed to address historical gaps in the workforce, and students are encouraged to research those programs to learn more.

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The Office of Career Strategy posts job listings for the convenience of students. The University does not endorse or recommend employers and a posting does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation. The University explicitly makes no representations or guarantees about …

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Library of Congress Enriches America’s Story by Connecting with Minority Communities, Funded by $15M Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grant

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The Library of Congress has announced a multiyear initiative to connect more deeply with Black, Hispanic, Indigenous and other minority communities by expanding its collections, using technology to enable storytelling and offering more internship and …

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Forage’s Virtual Work Experiences

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Forage offers virtual work experiences, which are online programs built and endorsed by leading companies. Each virtual work experience contains a series of resources and tasks designed to simulate the real-world experience of starting a career. They are 5-6 hours …

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Language a Key Component of Creating an Inclusive Workplace, Brand

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This article was originally published by NACE at this link: Language a Key Component of Creating an Inclusive Workplace, Brand   

May Habib, CEO of Writer, an AI platform that ensures compliance and consistency with organizations’ inclusivity strategies, says that the …

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New Connecticut CROWN Act Bans Natural Hair Discrimination in the Workplace

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Original Article Printed in The National Law Review, on Monday, March 15, 2021. Available at: New Connecticut CROWN Act Bans Natural Hair Discrimination in the Workplace

Connecticut has joined the growing list of states that prohibit discrimination on the basis …

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Graduate School Financial Aid for Minority Students (Psychology.org)

External resource with a searchable database of financial aid resources for diverse students seeking graduate programs in all areas of …

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