Having international experience enhances your life and is a great resume builder. We have information and resources so you can take advantage of international opportunities!
The University of Louisville's Career Development Center welcomes and affirms diversity! We offer specialized career services, workshops, and resources for diverse student populations- please click here to schedule an appointment with our office.
African American Students
Search job listings, post your resume online, and access articles on diversity and workplace issues.
INROADS offers paid internships for students of color, including year-round professional and personal coaching from an INROADS mentor
SEO provides paid internships and career coaching opportunities specifically for Black, Hispanic, and Native American undergrads
Hispanic and Latin@ Students
A career networking and job posting site for Hispanic students and professionals.
A professional organization with a national job listing database.
National website for Hispanic job seekers; focuses on employers committed to diversity within their workforce.
A magazine and job search database for bilingual Latina/Latino job seekers.
Job listings, career advice, and specific information for individual minority groups
Asian and Asian-American Students
Career and networking database specifically geared towards Asian Americans.
A website that provides a job database for Asian American job seekers.
The Career Development Center is proud to have a silver certification in LGBTQ Career Competency from Out for Work!
Center for Gender Sanity – Advice and assistance for all aspects of gender transition in the workplace.
Transgender Law and Policy Institute - non-profit organization dedicated to engaging in effective advocacy for transgender people in our society.
Out Professionals - Leading gay and lesbian professional networking site.
Federal Globe - LGBT organization that represents the interests of federal employees; this site provides legislative resources, press releases and fact sheets.
Before diving into the job search, it’s crucial to learn about the organizations you want to work for. Know their services, clients, competitors and the industry in which they operate. We can provide you with tips that can help in your preparation. Find information describing your target organizations using resources such as:
- Professional and business directories, such as the Hoover's Handbook of American Business.
- The employer's website, literature, annual reports and other brochures.
- Use online resources to read news about a particular organization.
- Newspapers and professional periodicals can be very helpful.
- Network with people working in or familiar with the organization.
- Use LinkedIn, the premier social networking database to research employers and their latest events and happenings.
Check out Buzzfile! With detailed information on 18 million companies and powerful search, filtering, and list building tools, Buzzfile is the most advanced, and easy-to-use company information database in the market. Buzzfile enables students to discover and research thousands of potential employers in their area of interest. They can filter, map, save, and share their research with other students.