•  

    Place Holder Banner

Category Archives: Diversity Recruiting

6 Twitter Job Search Strategies for Students

At the core of your Twitter job search has to be your own Twitter account! No brainer right? So know that you can’t do a Twitter job search without having your own professional Twitter account. Your first priority would be setting that up. … Read More…

Posted in Career Advice, Careers, College Life, Diversity Recruiting, Job Search Tips, What Employers Want | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Women Leave Science Careers

The MIT Technology Review reported that even though equal amounts of men and women pursue graduate degrees in science a significant number of women leave science careers both in the private sector and academia. Why women leave science careers? Apparently the reasons are … Read More…

Posted in Careers, Diversity Recruiting, ReSkill America, STEM, What Employers Want | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Explore Niche Job Boards

The US economy is in recovery and employers are increasing the number of new job openings every month.  Niche job boards are an excellent way to find job openings from employers looking specifically for groups of interested applicants. What are Niche Job Boards Niche job boards or … Read More…

Posted in Career Advice, Careers, Diversity Recruiting, Future of Work | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Phone Interviews are Still a Thing – Even in the Age of Zoom

So you are thinking that in the days of Zoom, FaceTime and Skype you don’t need to prepare phone interviews. Well you would be wrong if that is how you are thinking. Phone interviews still matter and this article on 10 Ways to ACE … Read More…

Posted in Career Advice, Careers, Diversity Recruiting, Job Interviews, Job Search Tips, What Employers Want | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Phone Interviews are Still a Thing – Even in the Age of Zoom

Career, Work, Jobs and Social Justice in the Coronavirus Era

Career, work and jobs have always been at the crux of social justice movements in the United States. The examples are many. The very founding of Cheyney University of Pennsylvania in 1837, as the Institute for Colored Youth, had career, work, jobs and social … Read More…

Posted in Diversity Recruiting, Future of Work, ReSkill America | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Career, Work, Jobs and Social Justice in the Coronavirus Era

Campus to Career: Work Readiness in the Current Crisis

Campus to Career: Work Readiness in the Current Crisis Read More…

Posted in Career Advice, Careers, College Life, Diversity Recruiting, Grad School, Job Search Tips, New Grad | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Campus to Career: Work Readiness in the Current Crisis

Pride Month on HBCU Campuses

June is Pride Month and if you are thinking about how you will celebrate that on your campus, you should check out CampusPride.org. Read More…

Posted in Careers, College Life, Diversity Recruiting, Future of Work, HBCU News | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Pride Month on HBCU Campuses

Why Do Internships?

By Andrea Byrd (Mississippi Valley State University) Student Career Journal is a series of articles written by HBCU students about college life, career activities and opportunities on their campus that encourage career development and building success habits. When answering the question – why … Read More…

Posted in Career Advice, Careers, Diversity Recruiting, Internships, Job Search Tips, Student Career Journal | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on Why Do Internships?
  • 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.