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Career Development Center

» Specialized Career Resources for Latinos

There are so many endless options and ways to search for resources both online and throughout Southern California.  While this section may seem extensive the first step is always to start at the Office of Career Professional Development meeting with a Career Educator to help you search through these resources and many more to make your professional journey as personalized and unique as you.

+ - On-Campus Support

Chapman University is deeply committed to enriching diversity and inclusion through on-going efforts to cultivate a welcoming campus climate for all members of the Chapman community.

Chapman celebrates and teaches diversity through academic coursework, events, speakers, student clubs, and workshops.

Extensive opportunities & resources for both self and parents/family members.

+ - Local/Community Support

Cultural Center for the Arts and Education

Programs, conferences, Latina data center, get involved

Civic activism & the tools to strategize and take action to address barriers

Programs to get involved, gain resources and training (Santa Ana)

Mentoring opportunities, scholarships, website marketing opportunities

Grassroots volunteer run Latina/LGBTQ+ community organization

Resources for local/national organizations, offers ways to be involved and potentially earn scholarships

+ - General Support

Provides linkages, services, programs, and access for Hispanic professionals to private and public organizations, thereby strengthening the foundation for the professional and economic advancement of the Hispanic community.

Reports on the activities of the Chamber. Highlights business opportunities for Hispanic entrepreneurs.

Nonpartisan, non-profit organization whose mission is to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country.

Latino Organizations of the United States, links to all functioning web pages

Links to indigenous organizations and support by world regions

+ - Financial/Employment Support

A top diversity site for job-seekers in the Northwest, where job-seekers can search job listings, post your resume, register for a job-search agent, and find great career advice. No cost to job-seekers.

Finds job listings from company career pages, other job boards, staffing companies, newspapers, and associations. Job-seekers can search job listings (by keyword, location). From JustJobs.com. No cost to job-seekers.

A searchable resume database that employers can access and job postings for job seekers.

Better jobs for all Americans

Bilingual job fairs, diversity partners, job boards

Voted America’s Best: Places for Latinos to Work, job site

Diversity Employers: Jobs with Employers committed to Diversity

Improving education and employment opportunities for Hispanic Americans

Provides career networking opportunities for Hispanic business professionals.

A resource organization committed to helping minority students looking for jobs in education. Services include online job postings, resume database, and career fairs for people of color. Free to job-seekers.

Specializes in identifying and placing highly skilled female and minority professionals who possess the experience, expertise, and academic credentials necessary for upper level positions. Job-seekers can browse job openings and submit your resumes. Free to job-seekers.

One of the most recognized resources for equal opportunity employers who are seeking to add diverse, qualified candidates to their workforce. Job postings include positions in academia, business, healthcare, and the government. (Formerly the Affirmative Action Register.) No cost to job-seekers.

Diversity management, jobs, career advice, things NOT to say

Specializing in the Placement of Women & Minority Candidates

Job listings for the U.S., Canada, and Israel, some of which are in Jewish faith-based organizations.

Scholarships, Internships, Fellowships

Scholarships, resources, events

Leadership institute, scholarships, resources

The Emma Bowen Foundation was founded in 1989 to diversify the media industry by giving talented students of color the opportunity to intern at some of the nation’s leading media companies.