Race and Ethnicity
The Center for Career Development has, in recent years, grown its programming in response to a university-wide diversity-equity-inclusion framework and racial justice outreach to underrepresented groups.
We partner with the Center for Excellence in Diversity & Student Inclusion, with the Office of Alumni Engagement and the Center for Community Engaged Teaching & Research to provide you with relevant events such as a Social Justice Internship Fair, An Evening of Inclusive Networking and An Evening of Diversity Recruiting.
Student groups such as the Black Student Union and Ebony Women work with us to host their own events and support our programming. Additionally, more than15 student diversity organizations meet on campus.
Fellowships, foremost among them the Pittsburgh focused Chuck Cooper Foundation Fellowship, a partnership with the Boston Celtics, and Duquesne-specific opportunities such as the Gussin Spiritan Division Scholarships seek to provide pathways to leadership and success in all disciplines.
DukesConnect, our on-line networking and mentoring platform, provides connections irrespective of user's background, but include special-interest sub-platforms as well, by academic school, and, in some cases, interest and identity. If interested, consider joining the Black Alumni Network in DukesConnect.
Consider utilizing these external links in your job search:
- Diversity Employers - Career and job search site for African-American college students.
- National Urban League - Job network that connects graduates with employers who understand the importance of inclusion and diversity in the work place.
- Black Career Women's Network - National career development organization dedicated to fostering the growth and success of black women.
- The Memo - A career development company providing tools, access, and a robust community for women of color and for the companies where they work.
- Job Well - A career advancement platform for Black, Latinx, and Native American students and professionals.