•  

    Place Holder Banner

Category Archives: Career and Industry Awareness

Five Black Mississippi Trailblazers and Innovators

By Andrea Byrd (Mississippi Valley State University) Student Career Journal is a series of articles written by HBCU college students about life on campus, career topics and the career and professional experiences of black historical figures. Fannie Lou Hamer Fannie Lou Hamer was … Read More…

Posted in Career Advice, Career and Industry Awareness, College Life, HBCU Career Programs | Comments Off on Five Black Mississippi Trailblazers and Innovators

Warner Bros. Makes Deal to Predict Film Success With AI

It’s often tricky to figure out what makes a movie good. Is it having an amazing look? Good dialogue? Expensive personnel? Plenty of movies have been successful or popular without any of those things. But now, Warner Bros. is trying to turn the … Read More…

Posted in Automation, Career and Industry Awareness, Choosing a Career, Choosing a Major | Comments Off on Warner Bros. Makes Deal to Predict Film Success With AI

Start a Dorm Room Business This Year

Between classes, extra curriculars, and the unavoidable need to socialize with other human beings, it can be hard for college students to find time to work, let alone start a business. But in this struggle lies the answer. Being your own boss seems … Read More…

Posted in Career Advice, Career and Industry Awareness, Choosing a Career, College Life, Employment Trends, Leadership, Life After College, Start a Business, Student Career Journal | Tagged | Comments Off on Start a Dorm Room Business This Year
  • FEATURED EMPLOYER

    Your company can be showcased as a Featured Employer on our site! Your 30 day job posting will be featured on our job board home page, and your organization will be in the spotlight as a Featured Employer across The HBCU Career Center social media footprint.

    • Our only mission at The HBCU Career Center is to be an advocate for America's diverse and often underrepresented professionals seeking career and professional success.
    • If you share our vision for diverse, inclusive workplaces and would like to connect with the diverse talent from America’s 105 Historically Black Colleges and Universities, then consider becoming a Featured Employer on our site.
    • Contact Dr. Robinson at mrobin@thehbcucareercenter.com to discuss features such as banners, newsletter or career article sponsorship.