INROADS has co-developed a program to help organizations recruit students at a greater number of HBCUs across the United States for paid internships.
There are specific actions that institutions and organizations can take to ensure that they create a culture that supports the personal and professional growth of Black individuals.
Not only can workplace discrimination and microaggressions have a negative impact on people of color in their careers, it can affect their mental health.
Matthew Cowley warns that any trend that emerges that is considered to be a best practice could potentially threaten equitable outcomes for marginalized students.
MI GEAR UP is a statewide program designed to provide support to students from high schools in low-income areas who are making the transition to college and throughout their first year there
By better understanding and accounting for the obstacles Native students face, career services and university relations and recruiting professionals can help them achieve their career goals.
Building trust with TCUs and Native students and bridging gaps in areas of need will aid employers in their recruitment efforts.