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Diversity Resources for Students

The Pulsifer Career Development Center’s Employer Relations & Recruiting team is committed to educating Bentley students on resources aimed at supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion. From partnering with third-party organizations to promote curated opportunities for underrepresented students, to researching key questions that students should ask of companies during the interview process, our team is here to foster a community of support and empowerment.

 

                                              PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATIONS

Hack.Diversity - is a talent provider of Black & LatinX technologists, supporting underrepresented talent with a yearly fellowship, incubator, and other programs.

SEO Career - is a free program that helps Black, LantinX, and Native American college students secure internships with partner organizations and gives them the best chance to land a return offer.

INROADS - Internships lay the foundation for your career. As an INROADS intern, you're connected with some of the world's leading industry innovators for paid - yes, paid - internships. You'll be challenged academically and professionally, and we'll give you the tools to rise to the occasion. 

Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) - is a national nonprofit transforming leadership pipelines by equipping Black, LatinX and Native American talent to secure high-trajectory jobs.

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LOOKING TO JOIN A COMPANY THAT PROMOTES DEI? CONSIDER THESE QUESTIONS DURING THE INTERVIEW!
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  • How does your organization define diversity? What lenses of diversity has your organization made a direct commitment toward?

  • Does your organization have a chief diversity officer (CDO) or a designated leader to drive DEI and engage internal and external stakeholders? 

  • What social causes does your organization support?

  • Does your organization actively support diverse suppliers, contractors, and small businesses?

  • Has your organization made any formal commitments in support of racial equity?

  • How does your organization center diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging?

  • Does your organization offer any formal employee training around biases, anti-racism, or general DEI?

  • How has your organization prioritized executive accountability toward DEI advancement?

  • Does your organization have any affinity groups or committees to support diverse populations? If so, how do these groups contribute to the culture of the organization?

  • Does your organization complete annual compensation equity analysis?

  • What resources has your organization provided to its employees in support of COVID-19 and racial injustices?