Today’s workplace is global, multi-ethnic, and intergenerational. It is composed of people from different backgrounds, experiences, and cultures, representing broad spectra of socio-economic status, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, religious affiliation, and political leaning. Your capacity to work in a diverse environment represents an important consideration for employers. Review more resources offered by the University Career Center to help you locate organizations who share your values and respect the diverse perspective you bring to the workforce!
International Affairs- Diversity & Inclusion Resource Guide
Internship programs designed specifically with students of color in mind.
Opportunities for Multi-ethnic Students, NSO
Scholarship & Fellowship: Options for students based on social identity, academic interest, etc.
First-Gen Terps, campus resource suggestions by class year
Bring your whole self to work!
- Pursuing a career of international service: Options for Underrepresented Students