Diversity In The Job Search
UTSA is a diverse campus with diverse needs. Based upon this knowledge, Career Center has compiled a list of websites designed to serve these populations more effectively. Check out the following for career information which may help guide you through the job search maze and find success in your career.
- General Diversity
- Mature/Older Workers
- Native Americans
- Students with a Criminal History
- Single Parents
- Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace - http://diversity.monster.com/
- Careers at 50+ - careersat50.monster.com
- AARP – link includes a job bank, career-related articles and helpful information on 'Careers after 50'
- Diversity Working - this site includes information about a variety of diversity categories including the mature workers. Their resources include a job bank and articles of interest, along with lots of other useful information.
- National Council on Aging - link provides information on federal program for older workers.
- Quintessential Careers - site includes lots of informative articles about the challenges and benefits the mature job seeker faces in today's market.
Students with a Criminal History
- National Hire Network - mission is to increase the number and quality of positions available to people with criminal records.
- American Probation & Parole Association: www.appa-net.org
- Better People: www.betterpeople.org
- The Center for Alternative Sentencing & Employment Services: www.cases.org
- Center for Employment Opportunities: www.ceoworks.org
- Family & Connections Network: www.fcnetwork.org
- The Fortune Society: www.fortunesociety.org
- Reentry Resource Map: www.ojp.usdoj.gov/reentry/
- Career Command Post - www.careercommandpost.com
- Lucas Group - a national recruiting firm that works with former military
- MilitaryHire - free site has been developed and is maintained by a team of both military veterans and corporate hiring authorities
- TAOnline.com, Transition Assistance Online - TA0 provides information on second career strategies, starting one’s own business, continuing/distance education programs and relocation assistance
- VetJobs.com - a career sites for transitioning military members, their spouses and dependents
- Job Central - has a specific section for veterans
- Riley Guide - has numerous additional resources for military