In support of the 2011 UW-Green Bay Common Theme -
"Celebrating Differences. Creating Community "
The goal of this year’s common theme is to present a variety of opportunities on campus for students, faculty and community members to engage in positive discussions that explore and celebrate diversity, that identify and challenge oppression, and that focus on positive steps that can be taken toward creating a more inclusive campus community. In support of the campus common theme, Career Services has compiled a list of resources related to diversity issues in employment. The following links will provide a wealth of information about professional associations, recruitment initiatives, job postings, employer practices, and other resources for creating diverse workplace communities.
Job Search Links and Resources
Career Services has a wide variety of links to organizations and associations to help students connect with employers. View http://www.uwgb.edu/careers/connections/job-searching-online.asp to view these resources.
A sampling of these resources include:
- AARP - Best Employers for Workers over 50: Recognizes businesses and organizations that have implemented new and innovative policies and best practices in talent management, attracting and retaining top talent in today's multigenerational workforce.
- Disability.gov is the federal government website for comprehensive information on disability programs and services in communities nationwide. The site links to more than 14,000 resources from federal, state and local government agencies; academic institutions; and nonprofit organizations. You can find answers to questions about everything from Social Security to employment to affordable and accessible housing.
- Diversity Employers' Top 100 Employers for the Class of 2011:
- Diversity Resources compiled by the National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE): Includes lists of institutions and organizations that represent students of color, students with disabilities, and various career fields.
- Employability Check Up: (U.S. Department of Labor) The employability checkup provides a snapshot of your ability to find employment with a specific occupation at a specific wage and location. In the following pages, select an occupation and industry, a state and locality, an education level, and a wage level. This information will be used to create your employability profile
- FairWisconsin: "Fighting for fairness and equality for LGBT Wisconsinites. Resources include a list of Wisconsin employers offering domestic partner benefits, and a domestic partner reference guide.
The Mission of INROADS is to develop and place talented underserved youth in business and industry, and prepare them for corporate and community leadership.
- Job Accommodation Network:
An online resource center designed to provide employers, people with disabilities, their family members, service providers, educators, and others with technical assistance on job accommodations and the Americans with Disabilities Act. They also have a list of A to Z of Disabilities and Accommodations.
- OUT for Work HOT Shots 2012:
Highlights And Career Advice For Lesbian, Gay,
Bisexual, Transgender & Queer College Students Transitioning From Academia To The Workplace From Those Who Have Recently Been There
- Pride @ Work: Mission - to organize mutual support between the organized Labor Movement and the LGBT Community for social and economic justice. Resources include workplace issues and other labor related topics.
- ProGayJobs: Job seeker resources help visitors determine which companies have domestic partner benefits and conduct diversity training programs.
- Sexual Orientation and Career Decision-Making: This article by Joyce M. Stern & Steven V. Langerud is targeted to colleges students. (Posted by Lawrence University)
- Wisconsin Summer Affirmative Action Internship Program (SAAIP) : Promotes equal employment opportunity among candidates who are from racial/ethnic minority groups, females, and persons with disabilities. The program provides students with practical, on-the-job experience, training, and exposure to the Wisconsin Civil Service System. Many of the interns have succeeded in obtaining employment in state government as limited term or permanent state employees.
Their mission is to provide meaningful, up-to-the-minute information about women in business...to women in business.
- 2011 Working Mother 100 Best Companies
Click here to view the University's Common Theme page with information about Inclusive Excellence, Student Organizations, Campus Resources, programs, and book discussions.