Our Diverse Populations resources have been compiled to assist you with exploring how ethnicity, sexual orientation, veteran status, and other diversity topics affect career exploration and development. Its purpose is to highlight Career Center resources to assist you with your career planning as it relates to your diverse identities.
AsianDiversity.com is an online career portal for Asian Americans, which features a job board, original articles, and other ADI programs and events. The site is specifically designed to help companies throughout the country access top Asian and Asian American talent in the United States. Job seekers can post resumes and search for available positions.
A national, nonprofit educational and professional association dedicated to encouraging young Asian Pacific Americans to enter the ranks of journalism.
Passport Career provides databases containing country-specific career and employment resources including job search resources, worldwide job/internship listings, and corporate profiles. (Free access to Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing students, contact Career Services for a registration key.)
This site lists job postings in Japan and in the U.S., as well as additional cultural resources.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services provides information about student and work visas, application for citizenship, and immigration laws and regulations.
This site offers global career resources for American and visiting foreign national students.
An online database of American employers for international students.
Information for international students from start to finish. Includes online chats with other international students as well as helpful hints for job searching after graduation.
International Affairs Resource- Comprehensive guide to resources, contacts, and other information relevant to International Affairs on the Internet. Includes career-related resources and new positions.
International Student.com was started by a group of international students living in New York City with the goal of helping other students deal with the American immigration authorities and education system.
The most trusted source for contact information of multinational companies.