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Career Resources

Resume RejectionHistorically Black Colleges and Universities employ thousands of professionals who are committed to the education, welfare and development of their students and communities. Since many HBCU’s have limited budgets sometimes employee professional development and staff training is just not in the cards. In many cases, HBCU staff neglect their own professional development as they work to develop their students.  The career resources here all support HBCU employees,

TheHBCUCareerCenter.com invites HBCU employees to use these career resources and suggest other resources you find useful.

1. Post jobs and search for jobs at TheHBCUCareerCenter.com

Post jobs and look for jobs at TheHBCUCareerCenter and get exposure on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. HBCU’s get 50% DISCOUNT FOR POSTING campus employment opportunities. Email us at thehbcucareercenter@yahoo.com for your school’s discount code.

2. If you have questions about professional development – ASK Us

There is a ton of free career information and professional development resources on the internet. However, not all of it is relevant or even correct. If you need help separating fact from fiction, send us your questions using the ASK Us feature on the home page.




Career Management:

BullsEye Careers

USA Today.com (job center)

The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education

Black Collegian

Job Descriptions/Competencies:

O*NET Online

Additional Career Resources:

HBCU Today

United Negro College Fund

White House Initiatives on HBCU’s

HBCU Digest

HBCU Connect

Title III Administrators

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