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These are resources specifically set up to meet the needs or address the interests of various groups, such as women, persons of varied nationalities or ethnic backgrounds, etc. Resources and information specifically intended for Military Personnel, Ex-Offenders and Former Felons, and The Disabled are listed in other of this site, but there may be some overlap with those and with what is listed here.

You are certainly not limited to these resources, but they may have ideas or topics which speak directly to you. Even the resources listed under specific affinity groups may be useful to a broader audience.

Our page for Business & Employer Rankings also covers top employers for diversity groups.

Executive Recruiters

Job Listings

job title, keywords
city, state, zip
jobs by job search
The Domar Group
Found this retained search firm through a posting they made on my Facebook page announcing a search they were conducting. They handle searches across numerous industries and job categories, but they specialize in identifying highly qualified bilingual Spanish/English, multicultural, and women candidates. Learn more about the group, see some current searches, and locate their contact information on their website.
...a leader in multicultural and diversity recruiting. Principal recruiter Regina Angeles works across industries and across the US. You can review a list of current searches and submit your resume for consideration. You may also register for an account (free) and upload your resume to her database so she always has it on hand to match to new opportunities. Regina welcomes you to join the email list for her free eNewsletter and the Talent 2050 Community, a community for multicultural executives who are in an active job search, thinking about a career transition and looking for resources to inform all stages of professional development.

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General Resources

INSIGHT Into Diversity (was Affirmative Action Register)
"For 35 years, INSIGHT Into Diversity (formerly Affirmative Action Register) has been connecting diverse professionals with institutions and businesses that embrace a workforce that reflects our world. Created as a national recruitment publication, INSIGHT Into Diversity was originally intended to help employers comply with equal opportunity employment legislation." Job postings listed here include positions in academia, business, healthcare, and the government and are freely available to all visitors. Internships are also posted.
Colorbars Network
"Colorbars is a professional and social network established to support the advancement of all people of color working in media, entertainment and communication. These initiatives are achieved through networking events, panel discussions, informational lectures, and mentoring programs." Membership is free and gets you access to the events, the programs, and the terrific online resources (and job bank). Thank you to the Facebook Fan who recommended it!
Diversity/Careers in Engineering & Information Technology
...publication focused on the minority/diversity technical professional. Their web site carries a full list of employers placing advertisements in their latest print issue, linking to that employer's web site for job announcements.
Published by IMDiversity, publisher of The Black Collegian, Diversity Employers is a career and self development magazine targeted to recent college graduates as well as more experienced job seekers and professionals who seek information on careers, job opportunities, graduate/professional school, internships/co-ops, study abroad programs, and other employment and career advancement opportunities. The magazine is distributed free of charge through college career centers and can be accessed for free through this website, but you may opt for a paper subscription for a nominal fee.
Founded in 1998 as an online resource covering diversity and business issues, DiversityInc expanded into print in 2002 and today receives over 1million visitors a month. The website is filled with information and articles covering numerous issues regarding various audiences and communitites. The job board is filled with good postings, and the DiversityInc Top 50 will help connect you to major employers looking for employees just like you.
"... a project developed by LatPro Inc. to connect African Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans, Hispanics, Women, Veterans, the Disabled, members of the LGBT community, and other minority groups with diversity-friendly companies." This is a combination job board and career search engine, hosts direct job postings while also partnering with several other niche sites to give employers more visibility in diversity hiring while allowing diversity candidates a broader search capability. No registration needed. Please note: The Riley Guide does participate in paid advertising agreements with LatPro Inc. Only those links in the left and right margins earn fees for this site.
...a very large site dedicated to promoting diversity in the workplace. We might even venture to say this site is too large, offering so much data on each page that it is sometimes difficult to spot the result of your search. However, the jobs listed here are good. The "Community Channels" and "Career Channels" can be a little overwhelming.
Equal Opportunity Publications, Inc.
Information on their publications, Equal Opportunity, Woman Engineer, Minority Engineer, CAREERS & the disABLED, Workforce Diversity For Engineering And IT Professionals, Hispanic Career World, and African-American Career World. Each magazine has a list of employers currently recruiting new employees along with a list of job announcements.
Equality Magazine Publishing
...this publisher produces four magazines targeted to the diverse workforce. "Each publication is distributed free of charge to targeted audiences – members of minority communities seeking out those companies that support diversity and inclusion." Along with articles, they offer links to employers who want to hire from a diverse talent pool. The four magazines are The Black Perspective, Women in Business, Hispanic Today, and Veterans Enterprise.
... national diversity recruitment service linking qualified entry-level to senior-level candidates with Fortune 500 companies and the government. It has separate news channels of interest to each different population, but the jobs listed are all in one job bank.
..."a national staffing firm dedicated to recruiting and employing individuals from the 'Untapped Workforce'. This includes people with disabilities, mature workers, veterans, welfare recipients and individuals from other specialty niche groups."
... a national recruiting company that assists companies in their volume hiring to find the best talent. "We have clients from a wide range of industries and backgrounds that are looking to hire the best candidates out there! Our clients are committed to diversity in the workplace and promote integrity." You can review their own postings as well as some openings they are working to fill for various clients. You are welcome to submit an application for any or to create an online profile for consideration in future searches. This recruiter was recommended to me by a person whose spouse worked with them to find a new position, and he was quite impressed with their dedication to diversity as well as the client's.
IBM Employment
IBM is hiring, and not just IT/software professionals. They have opportunities in numerous fields and in numerous countries, including entry level positions and internships. They are particularly interested in connecting with persons from diverse backgrounds, disabled candidates, and veterans as well as military personnel separating from the service.
see DiversityEmployers, above.
JD Diversity
..."committed to promoting diversity in the legal profession by creating an online community of diverse law students, professors, practitioners, and legal employers, allowing for information-sharing and honest communication." They have job listings, scholarship and fellowship listings, an event calendar, articles, a forum, and a professional/social networking mechanism for diverse lawyers and law students. This site is free for all users, but some areas and some functions may require you to register for a free account.
...this site combines job listing and career information with news and information on civil rights, including immigration, education, government, and historical information. The job database is not well populated unless you are in computers/IT, but there are jobs in there to be found. You will just need to search "All States" along with your job field to find them. You can review the job listings but cannot apply for the jobs unless you register for a free account, which includes adding your resume to their database.
Minority Professional Network
...nice site with career, business, and lifestyle information. While focused on the minority professional, it offers great things for any user. Nice career center with interesting jobs, but no dates of when they were posted. Also organizes several "offline" events throughout the US and abroad providing excellent networking opportunities with real face-time!
The Multicultural Advantage
"The Empowerment Community for People of Color." Career advice, employment resources, and much more, all targeted to persons of color. Employers contact information pages contain information on how to reach them and some employers post direct recruiter emails or phone numbers in the job listings so applicants to not have to register to apply. And profiles remain active for 365 days unless you request it be removed before this time. The jobs look good, there are lots of them, and you can search them and make sure there is something here for you before you register.
...this website is provided by the publishers of The Black EOE Journal, The HISPANIC Network Magazine, and The Professional WOMAN’S Magazine, each of which is an excellent career and employment information source. You can access each magazine's website from this single entry. We did notice that the job databases of all 3 contain the same listings, but the magazine content is obviously not the same.
PharmaDiversity Job Board
...a site focused on matching diversity candidates with all types of jobs in the pharmaceutical industry from accountants and administrators to sales to research. You can do all kinds of searching and review the full job announcements without registering, but if you want to use their "apply online" feature you will need to register store your resume here. Lots of articles targeted to various audiences on how to get your pharma job search rolling.
VTF Excavation, LLC
This Ohio-based company is a full service heavy highway, municipal pipe, heavy sitework, and excavation company. VTF Excavation primarily works in an area consisting of over 250 sq miles in northwest/central Ohio and northeast Indiana. They actively seek applicants for heavy highway labor, office administration, and technical positions, and encourage all qualified applicants to contact them. You can download their application form from the website and email it to the address shown.
...nice site focused on diversity recruiting, including the 40+ group. Free registration / resume posting is not necessary, but if you register you can opt to not post of your resume. You can execute a keyword search on the front page, but if you select Advanced Search you can use the pulldown menu to target a specific industry sector. Beyond the jobs you'll find profiles of employers, news and information targeted to various diverse audiences, and information on associations and organizations supporting and promoting minority and diversity interests.

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The 50+ Workforce

These resources are good for anyone who is at a stage in his/her life and career when you are faced with the "overqualified" label or you have decided you need a change.
What's Next
"The mission of is to provide information, inspiration and resources for men and women who want to change careers, find more fulfilling work or improve their work-life balance. All are welcome, but there will be an emphasis on those who are in mid-career or approaching retirement." This site includes advice on second careers (or, in newspeak, Career 2.0), numerous free Financial Planning tools (consider what they tell you, then discuss with your financial advisor), a searchable directory of advisors who can assist with your career change or life plans, a selection of tools for self-assessment, financial planning, job search (good listings!!!), and blogs done by folks making the change to their next job, career, or phase of life. Not everything is free, but there is a lot of good advice and resources available here.
Encore Careers
...aiming "to engage millions of boomers in encore careers, providing personal fulfillment doing paid work and producing a windfall of human talent to solve society's greatest problems." There are no jobs listed but there are examples, suggestions, fellowships, and an extensive network of others just like you who, like me, have been there and done that and are now interested in making a change in a way that serves society and others. This site is operated by Civic Venture, a group working to engage the baby boomer generation as a vital workforce for change.
Work from AARP
This is a collection of articles and resources covering various topics in work and employment for older people. Issues include discrimination, career changes, retirement, and starting your own business. While looking at these resources, take some time to look at AARP's National Employer Team, a list of member organizations who recognize the value of the more experienced worked and actively recruit and hire older workers.
Experience Works!
...Established as Green Thumb in 1965, and renamed in 2002, Experience Works is a national, nonprofit organization that offers training, employment, and community service opportunities to low-income seniors. This includes a variety of programs designed to help mature individuals enter the workforce, secure more challenging positions, move into new career areas, or supplement their incomes.
"How to get your career mojo back after 40." This site offers some terrific advice for those of us who are highly experienced in our work but haven't job searched in a long time and are just not up on the latest, greatest, "OMG LOL BFF" technology and social media whiztoys out there. And it offers some great advice for job search, networking, and just pulling yourself up by your suspenders and getting out there! Well done.
Retire & Consult (
...part of the family, this site is dedicated to persons who have retired but still want to be involved in the world of work, offering their extensive skills and expertise to companies and employers who have a need for their assistance. The site offers advice on how to become a consultant and start a consulting business (not necessarily the same thing), gives you a place to post your resume for free (registration required), and offers listings of opportunities for you to consider. It looks pretty good!
I know. You thought that after working you could retire to a nice quiet corner and enjoy yourselves. Unfortunately the financial market had another idea. This site is dedicated to those retirees who want to get back into the job market for whatever reason -- you need a bit more income, you are bored, you know you are still valuable and want to prove it. These part-time, full-time, flexible, seasonal, and temporary positions are posted by employers who want to tap the well of experienced, reliable, and ready-to-work individuals just like you. You do not need to register to view the jobs nor apply for them, but if you do register it will allow you to save jobs and sign up for alerts to new postings. Plus it's free.
..."No Pastures Here." is "dedicated to serving the 50+ workforce with a passion. Job seekers can feel secure in knowing that all employers advertising on are truly interested in hiring those of us over 50." This site is actually taking over the Senior Job Bank we have all known for so long, but if you prefer that more classic site, it is still available to you and fully functional. Both sites tap the same job database, and both are very clear in stating that they are related. Lots of great advice for the 50+ crowd. Select a state to begin your search. Registration is free, but it is not required.
Free registration is required, including a short statement of your experience and job interest.
Senior Environmental Employment Program, US Environmental Protection Agency
The SEE program provides an opportunity for retired and unemployed older Americans age 55 and over to share their expertise with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) using their skills in meaningful tasks that support a wide variety of environmental programs. SEE workers are not federal employees, nor are they employees of the grantee organization. They are SEE Program enrollees/participants and their salary, benefits, vacation and sick leave, and any personnel actions or issues are administered by the grantee organization. You must contact these organizations for eligibility information and applications because it is these organizations who recruit qualified candidates to work in positions in Washington, DC, and in offices and labs nationwide. Available positions include clerical (non-typing) - messenger, receptionist, file clerk, and copy machine operator; clerical (typing) - clerk-typist, secretarial support, and administrative assistant; technical - physical science technician, grant specialist, writer-editor, technical researcher, and technical writer; and professional - such as: engineer, scientist and accountant.
Senior Service America
...a non-profit organization that helps provide training and employment opportunities to older adults who work to fill real community needs. Persons over the age of 55, employers interested in hiring participants, and community organizations interested in hiring participants can contact the organization for more information.
For the over 50 crowd. I'm not thrilled with it, and we find many of the jobs requiring far less experience than we would expect for a site targeting this audience, but the listings are plentiful.
Simply Hired 50+
This specialty search from Simply Hired says it works with Retirement Jobs, but we don't get the same results. They also allow you to say "search only age 50+ friendly companies."
I had high hopes for this site, but they were dashed. We want you to know what was found. It is supposed to be a site focused on providing job listings and volunteer opportunities for those who are retired or are nearing retirement. However, we got very suspicious when we saw words like "junior" and "recent college grad" in the job titles and descriptions. Some minor sleuthing alerted me to the fact that this is a member of the network, and a check of their job database disclosed that is just a new front end on their regular database. Sorry folks.

We also have Job Search Advice for the Mature Job Seeker.

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Advancing Women
... a skills building organization, "supporting success in the workplace through strategy and mentoring which help route around traditional barriers." Jobs are provided by
The Daily Muse
...dedicated to being a valuable resource for women looking for information, advice and tips on entrepreneurship and careers. There are wonderful articles here on a variety of topic from job search to careers to health and money. And if you are looking for a new opportunity, the Company Muse has listings and organization profiles for you to check (select "Company Profiles" from the top of the page). No registration unless you want to be a contributing writer, but you can subscribe to their newsletters just by giving them an email address.
Feminist Career Center
...a service of the Feminist Majority Online intended to help feminist employers and job seekers to find each other. Jobs are listed by geographic region, or you can submit your resume to their free public database. Other services available here are the Positions Wanted database (submit your resume for free, it will be listed for 6 months), Internships (arranged by organization name), and links to additional job boards.
... offers interactive services and support to women in many areas of interest, including work-from-home and entrepreneurship. Look in the "work" are for information on salaries, careers, work-from-home ideas, and jobs. iVillage partners with for job listings.
Jobs & Moms Career Center
Operated by Nancy Collamer, a career counselor and Mom, this site is a wonderful resource for women re-entering the workforce after time away with their children as well as for women trying to find the balance between work and life and opportunities that allow that balance to be maintained. She has filled this site with advice, resources, and even a great job board, but if you are still in need you can contact her about counseling and coaching services.
The Levo League
...a very new site, "The Levo League community is an online social network designed for young professional women in the formative years of their career path." The site was started by 2 women who found themselves working together as new employees in a company that had almost no women in upper management, so this site is dedicated to providing the mentoring and support they felt they missed. It is free, they have some terrific investors and participants, and some areas of the site are public, but we are hesitant to recommend you register to access the jobs area. Other than the names of persons involved in the site I have absolutely no information excepts what I can glean from a press campaign initiated in the Spring of 2012, and registering for an account requires your date of birth and a photo (and that was where I stopped). There is no privacy policy available for review, no terms of use statement, and no contact information. The "help" is an email address. I leave it to you to decide if you wish to register.
Mom Blog (
...articles by a working mom, who also happens to be an Organizational and Career Development Specialist. April Stensgard, the force behind, is working to provide job preparation training for moms looking for work, "but on their own terms." Her blog articles are great and really target the topics of interest to women who want a little more career in their lives without giving up too much of the family side they love. She offers various services to women in the Denver area, but these articles are accessible to all. Not a job board, but a great source for advice and support.
A blog by Terri Tierney Clark, she describes the site this way: "I designed Advice for the New Careerist to help women in the early stages of their careers. The advice reflects insights from my 20 years of business experience with an overriding theme of self-advocacy. Maybe it's because I have two teenage daughters, but I really want to make sure young women position themselves correctly to maximize their careers." Ms. Clark has many years of experience in investment banking and other services. The advice is excellent and applicable to young men starting their careers as well as young women.
News on Women
...nice resource with news about the accomplishment of women in business, education, arts, and sciences. Also offers a nice area with career news for women.
Member Commissions, the National Association of Commissions for Women
These organizations are not employment services but create policy and may offer services to support women and young women in education, work, and financial security. This page of the NACW website lists and links to its regional members, each a government commission tasked with supporting equity and justice for women. You'll notice that not every state has a women's commission while others have several. If there isn't one for your region or state, check with a commission near you, but remember that their services may be limited to local residents due to funding and other constraints.
Second Chance Employment Services
...a nonprofit organization of human-resources professionals who have placed hundreds of adults in meaningful employment positions free of charge. They have offices in Washington DC and New York City. "Our mission is to promote financial security for at-risk women and their dependents through comprehensive employment placement services. Our beneficiaries are the abused, the elderly, welfare recipients and other financially at-risk women who seek long-term employment." Registered clients in the program can access their online job database, but all visitors can review their information on services and helpful career advice.
WITI: Women in Technology International
...mentors, networking opportunities, and jobs for qualified women in technology. Their purpose is to encourage women to the upper administrative levels and encourage more women to pursue technical careers. Looks like a great professional and support organization. Their job database, WITI4Hire, includes more than just technology jobs, but most positions are in various high-tech companies.
Women For Hire organizer of career events for professional women, promoting networking and offering career coaching and other job search support for women. This organization is out there to give women their best when it comes to the job search. The job board is open to all users, but the network has various options available depending if you want to pay a very nominal fee for extra services.
Women in Business and Industry
..." dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion for women and minorities in the workforce and education. We are here to serve as a bridge between women and recruiting companies and institutions that advocate diversity and inclusion by hiring a diverse workforce." Yes, they have job postings, but more importantly they have a relationship with employers who actively seek women and others of diverse backgrounds to enhance their organizations. One of the family of diverse publications from (formerly
...a free job board for women. Registration is encouraged as is resume posting, but it is not required for you to search jobs and send resumes. With the new name comes a new working model for this site. Yes, they have their own listings, but they also scan other sites and index their jobs too. However, those listings are identified, along with the original site which is where you are sent to view the listing and apply.
... lists alternative and flexible opportunities for women, including part-time, work-from-home, flex-time, telework, and freelance opportunities. It gives salary information by geographic location or job titles.

We also have information for Women in Building and Construction Trades.
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Indigenous / Native Populations

American Indian Science and Engineering Society
...dedicated to the “building of community by bridging science and technology with traditional Native values.” It helps American Indian and Native Alaskan students prepare for careers in science, technology, engineering, and business. The website includes a Career Center with a resume database for members and a job board that is open to the public.
Colville Tribes Official Website: Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation
Based within the state of Washington, the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation use this website to provide information about it's government, business council, events, and current job openings. Anyone can apply for the open positions, but preference is given to tribal and Native American applicants as well as veterans.
National Indian Council on Aging
NICOA has operated as a national sponsor of Senior Community Services Employment Program (SCSEP) under Title V of the Older American Act. Its mission is "to bring about improved, comprehensive services for American Indian and Alaska Native Elders." Through the SCSEP grant, NICOA provides part-time work experience, training, and an opportunity for persons to transition into private or public sector jobs. You must be 55 years or older and meet low-income guidelines to participate in this program.
Native American SUNY: Western Consortium
One of two consortia "created by the State University of New York (SUNY) to address the higher education needs of Native American students and communities. The Western Consortium, based at the College at Fredonia, is a regional network of Native American communities and students as well as college campuses in central and western New York. Through our cooperative network, we seek to insure that Native American students graduate from colleges and universities." One important part of this program is the Directory of Internships and Fellowships for Native Americans, a listing of opportunities specifically for Native American students or that are relevant to Native topics. Another is the Financial Aid directory with its list of resources for members of the Six Nations (Seneca, Cayuga, Tuscarora, Onondaga, Oneida, and Mohawk).
.."an international nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public about indigenous cultures and issues, to promoting communications between indigenous peoples and organizations supporting their goals and efforts, and to supporting the use of technology by indigenous peoples'. The Community Center area of the website includes job listings, while under Resources users will find a category for Native Economy and Employment includes links to additional Jobs and Opportunities.
The Tribal Employment Newsletter
...a recruitment tool for employers who want to increase their efforts to hire diverse populations. For the job seeker, it is easy to access job announcements. The jobs are not dated, but the information on posting says listings are only active for 30 days. There are other resources here that will be of interest to Native Americans.

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African American
... a huge portal to African American life, including families, lifestyles, music, technology, and careers. It was founded in 1999 by several major companies, including Microsoft, and it is "tailored to the preferences and needs of the African-American and urban communities."
Black Collegian Online
The print publication for college students and professionals of color has set up an extensive information resource online. Job resources, resume information, career guidance, and all kinds of other great articles and resources for everyone. The publisher is combining online resources, and while this site still offers many resources and articles, the job board is now hosted on
The Black Perspective
...a free electronic magazine featuring job, career, and business information for African Americans dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in employment and education. They publish articles on diversity in the workforce; share success stories of African Americans in business and education; focus attention on companies that foster inclusive workplaces where affirmative action and equal opportunity are at the forefront of corporate policies; and post job openings for minorities. Yes, they have a job board, but they focus more on connecting minority candidates with employers who support equal opportunities for all. One of the family of diverse publications from
National Black MBA Association
...“a business organization which leads in the creation of economic and intellectual wealth for the African-American community.” They offer a free job and resume service, but registration (including posting of your resume) is required.
...job listings and a resume database provided by the nation’s oldest and largest community-based movement empowering African Americans to enter the economic and social mainstream. " strives to act as forum for all diversity candidates, including African and Asian American, disabled, forty-plus, gay and lesbian, Hispanic, native American, veteran and female candidates." You do not need to register to search the database nor apply for jobs that have provided contact information. You will need to register if you want to use the job alerts or "apply online" feature (you can register on the fly if you see a job you like). If you use the "refine search" feature, you can limit your search to listing posted within the last few days or weeks. Very nice service.

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Asian American

Asian American Economic Development Enterprises, Inc. (AAEDE)
... a full-service nonprofit organization dedicated to economic self-help for Asian-Americans and others. The organization occasionally lists job opportunities on its site by company name and links to additional resources for your search.
Asian MBA Leadership Conference
...started as Asian Diversity, Inc., who sponsored a diversity career expo, but has expanded to include a forum to foster more communication between Asian American professionals in the workplace and the community. There is an annual conference, but this website offers information along with a place where employers can post employer opportunities and Asian MBA members can post resumes. Visitors can search and review the jobs listings and submit applications to any that include contact information, but you must be a member of this group to use the "apply online" feature.
National Association of Asian American Professionals
..."all-volunteer organization whose mission is to promote the personal and professional development of the Asian American community."

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Gay / Lesbian

Echelon Magazine
..."the Gay and Lesbian Business News Magazine" offers business news and information targeted to the GLBT community. They also have an employment board.
HRC Corporate Equality Index
This tool can help gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people examine the workplace policies of potential employers. Needless to say, companies that work to protect the rights of these populations would also work hard to protect the rights of other employee groups. The HRC Corporate Equality Index measures "how equitably companies are treating their gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees, consumers and investors", while the Employer Database allows you to search for companies with various non-discrimination policies in effect. These are a service of the Human Rights Campaign. HRC also offers Law and Research Fellowships and Internships.
LGBT CareerLink
Operated by Out & Equal Workplace Advocates in San Francisco, this career center offers visitors and users the opportunity to view job opportunities from a broad variety of employers, review career resources and learn about upcoming events for the LGBT community, and network. Some things you can do without registering (review jobs and employer profiles, look at the career center, check the events), but to get into the networking you'll need to register and create a profile. Lots of very good jobs from a broad variety of good employers here!

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Hispanic / Latino

HACE: The Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement
"To inspire and guide Latinos in achieving their educational and professional aspirations and positively contributing to our communities." Headquartered in Chicago but offering programs and services in Illinois, New York, Texas, California and Florida, HACE encourages Latinos to excel in their careers by providing guidance and support from High School through to the experienced Professional. They sponsor regional recruiting and networking events, host an online job board and resume database, and much more. You can learn more on the website and sign up for their free e-newsletter.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
is the "leading social-technical organization whose primary function is to enhance and achieve the potential of Hispanics in engineering, math and science. [...] SHPE promotes the development of Hispanics in engineering, science and other technical professions to achieve educational excellence, economic opportunity and social equity. " and information for Hispanic persons. The career center connects to HireDiversity, run by the same organization.
Hispanic Today
...a free electronic magazine featuring career, job, education, and business resources for Hispanics. They work to connect minority jobseekers with employers that pursue workforce diversity and equal employment opportunity programs. The magazine itself is in PDF format and will require a free reader such as Adobe to view. One of the family of diverse publications from
..."the source for Latino careers online." is a vibrant resource where Hispanic and Latino professionals can meet top employers. You must enter your email address to access the site, but once inside you'll find free job and resume databases along with good advice on interviews, resume preparation, and much more. You can freely search the job database and apply for positions listed here, but other features like saving a job search require you to be a registered user (free).
... dedicated to Hispanic and bilingual (Spanish/English and Portuguese/English) professionals since 1997, offers a searchable resume database and job postings including email alerts. Content includes original articles, and resume translation & editing among other career resources. Several Fortune 100 companies use this site along with thousands of others.
...portal for Latinos and Latinas. Registration is required to enter the site and use the various resources, but it is free and you can preview the site before registering. The Jobs area is operated by, and at the time of review I saw the same jobs listed here as at (see under Asian American, above, also operated by the same company).
Saludos Web Site
A web site dedicated exclusively to promoting Hispanic careers and education, supported by Saludos Hispanos magazine. Information here includes a Career Center with job listings and other good career information, an Education Center with announcements of internships, mentoring programs, and scholarship opportunities, the Resume Pool where Hispanic job seekers can post their resumes, the Article Archive with recent articles from Saludos Hispanos Magazine, and the Hispanic Resource Index with links to additional resources of interest to the Hispanic Community. Most ads are general pointers back to employer websites, but many are specific and dated at the bottom of the page. Very very nice resource!
Society of Hispanic HR Professionals
Based in Denver, CO, this local group of works to simplify the connections between employers and the diverse workforce. They host monthly networking / Job Opportunities meetings along with regular career fairs and seminars, and their website includes links to local employment resources as well as career advice for job seekers of all ages.

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Faith-Based Organizations

To my knowledge, these sites do not restrict their services to people of these faiths, but their stated mission may direct them to serve persons of their community first.
Christian Career Center
This site is run by professional career counselors interested in assisting job seekers "integrate their faith with career/life planning and find work that fits their God-given design". There is a lot of job hunting help, including career consultation services, a resume bank, and career resources and guides.
Christian Jobs Online
...intended as "a place where Christian job seekers and employers can meet," this service posts job openings, positions wanted, and resumes. Many of the organizations posting here are Christian-based nonprofits with a variety of needs (social workers, architects with experience designing churches), but the opportunities are not limited to these groups. The site is not limited to Christians, but it will not list jobs posted by employers who discriminate against any person for religious reasons.
...a place for the Christian community to meet and find employees or employers. While positions in Christian ministry make up the majority of their listings, they encourage businesses who want to hire those with Christian ideals equal to their own to post jobs and review resumes on this site. You must be registered in order to search or apply for jobs listed here, but there is no cost to you.
Hillel: the Foundation for Jewish Campus Life
Hillel was founded in 1923 to strengthen Jewish life on college campuses. The website includes the directory "Guide to Jewish Life on Campus / Campus Contacts," information about internships, study opportunities, grants, awards and scholarships, and career opportunities with the national organization.
Jewish Federation of Greater Washington (DC) Career Center
...listings of local jobs in the Jewish community around Washington DC. These positions are posted by the many social services and other Jewish organizations in the area, but most non-religious positions are not limited to persons of the Jewish faith.
"The Clearinghouse for Jewish Communal Jobs." Founded in 2001 by Benjamin Brown, has become a top destination and resource for finding a job in the nonprofit Jewish community. Their usage stats are quite impressive - almost 5000 nonprofit Jewish organizations posting here, almost 35,000 registered users and over 45,000 recipients of their weekly jobs enewsletter. Registration in order to search the listings and view application instructions is not necessary. Their basic service for job seekers is free (registering, posting a resume, applying to jobs, subscribing to Jewish Jobs Weekly), but they also offer fee-based Premium services for job seekers along with private "internal" postings of openings for Rabbis and Cantors. Job postings are retained no longer than 90 days, but employers can opt to post for only 30 days. Resumes are retained for 18 months. Re-posting your resume starts a new 18-month post. Job seekers will want to read their definition of a Jewish job so you understand the mission of this site.
OU Job Board, The Orthodox Union
A marvelous and free source of job listings for the US, Canada, and Israel. Not all are specific to Jewish faith-based organizations, so this will be a more general database than some similar sites. Job seekers are also welcome to create a free account and upload a resume, but it is not necessary. This site is operated by The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, more popularly known as the Orthodox Union (OU), one of the oldest Orthodox Jewish organizations in the United States. The main website connects to many more social services offered by this organization.
Job Openings posted with the Islamic Society of North America with the ISNA as well as jobs posted by other organizations (most but not all are connected with the Muslim faith). Applicants are free to review the announcements and apply directly to the poster according to the instructions given. A service of ISNA for the Muslims of North America.
We also have listings for Ministry & Religion and church administration.

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