We are committed to serving all students. Feel free to explore this curated list of identity-specific resources that relate to career exploration and job search.

  • DACA and Your Workplace Rights helps undocumented students understand their rights throughout the job search and hiring process.
  • Life After College offers information on internship searches, networking, and resumes.
  • Getting Legal Help is where you can ask about immigration options in terms of your educational and career goals.
  • Pre-Health Dreamers provides information and support for undocumented students who want to pursue careers in the health care industry.
  • Women for Hire dispenses information for women in the workplace, including a job board, how to work from home and advice for job searches and interviewing.
  • Feminist Jobs lists jobs and internships that progress the status of women and/or encompass passions for social justice.
  • Nontraditional Training and Employment features resources for both men and women who are pursuing careers where one gender comprises fewer than 25% of the individuals employed.
  • US Department of Veterans Affairs provides support for veterans in all stages of the job search (vocational rehabilitation and education benefits, starting your own veteran-owned small business, resources for military/veteran family members and much more).
  • Transition Assistance Online: Careers for the Transitioning Military includes the Military Skills Translator, transition advice, veteran friendly companies, a job board and more
  • Military.com offers a job board, transition information, job fairs, skills translator and more
  • AARP's Work & Jobs Resource provides a job board and helpful articles on topics such as "Returnships," career change, working at 50+, age discrimination and unemployment.
  • LiveCareer delivers helpful advice and resources for mature and older job seekers.
  • CareerOneStop’s Job Search Help for Ex-Offenders covers tips on talking about your conviction (especially during interviews or background checks), who hires ex-offenders, and how to get your record expunged.
  • Jails to Jobs provides ex-offenders with the tools they need to find employment, including a step-by-step job search plan assistance, free interview clothing and more.