Looking For A New Job? These Sites Are Helping Black People Find Work

Alyssa Guzik
October 30, 2022

Looking for work? Never fear, these sites have our backs! 

Black Career Network connects Black job seekers with open positions. They also have an option for employers specifically looking for Black employees. They list career fairs that can be filtered to those nearest or most important to us.

Black Career Women’s Network is a site specifically for Black women looking for work. Black women face some of the harshest career challenges out there. BCWN’s goal is to help not just find jobs but also coach, provide mentorship, and various workshops.

Diversity Job Board is a job hunting board whose goal is to pair minority candidates with the best possible jobs and organizations. They also feature employers who are known to seek out diverse employees actively.

HBCU Connect is the first African American targeted social network. What started as a way to connect HBCU grads became an organization providing networking, professional, and educational opportunities.

Jopwell is a leading diversity and inclusion technology company. They have two goals as a company: to represent the advancement of careers for minorities and to help push companies to diversify their hiring processes. 

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