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BIPOC

The Gordon Career Center is dedicated to supporting and celebrating all facets of a student’s identity. Explore this page to find information, resources, and opportunities specific to BIPOC students and alumni.

What To Do When You Don’t Feel Qualified?

In this empowering episode of the Young Black and Professional podcast, our guest, Breanna Foreman, shares her career journey, offering invaluable advice on navigating the professional landscape, especially when faced with self-doubt.

Here’s a sneak peek into what you can …

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Passion vs. Career: How to Merge Them Together!

This week on the Young Black and Professional Podcast we have a former Recent Grad Boot Camp Student who is making big moves with her career and the areas that she’s currently passionate about! She currently works as Clinical Research …

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Delayed But Determined

College is supposed to be, as they say, the best four years of your life. Students get the chance to create new friendships, memories, and experiences. Some cruise through with minimal effort, while others find it a bit of a …

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4 Ways To Advance Your Career As A Black Woman

Being a Black woman in corporate America often means being the only Black woman in the room. For Black women, this uncomfortable reality comes with its own rules to success that force an unfair standard of excellence.

Over time, progress …

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Breaking into Hollywood as a Black, Trans, Queer founder

Tye-Leigha Hagood (they/them) – or Tye for short – is a Black Trans Queer filmmaker, passionate about the revolutionary act of telling LBGTQ+ stories on a mainstream level.

Tye found their passion for film early in childhood, writing their first screenplay in …

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Featured Resources

The Miseducation of the Underrepresented Job Seeker

Jennifer Tardy’s free guide, downloadable below contains information to empower historically underrepresented job seekers on:

Tips & Insights to transform …

Career Advice Guide For Underrepresented Populations

This guide includes tips, time-saver exercises, and expert advice on how to be a top-notch candidate as a Black, Latinx, …

National Urban League Job Network

The Urban League Job Network is backed by the National Urban League and is dedicated to helping diverse students find …

African American Professional Associations

Compilation of links to the leading African American professional associations, many with career and job sites of their own, collected …

This episode is all about grad school and what you need to succeed! Dr. Des goes into some tips on …

In this episode, Gregory Tall, a professional coach and communicator, speaks directly to people of color about what it means …

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