Coordinating your recruiting efforts to include associations and other groups that target diversity-specific communities will help you create a diverse applicant pool. These associations and other recruiting and networking resources can help.
Associations within Academic Institutions
This sourcing venue provides an opportunity to meet with and discuss career opportunities with students in schools. Hiring managers may also consider attending association meetings and/or scheduling on-campus speaking engagements as supplemental ways to publicize the department’s vacancies. The U-M Alumni Association and Career Center may also be valuable sources to locate potential candidates.
An annual department review should be done of all recruiting events recently attended. Observe your past and present goals. Is goal attainment reflected in the diversity of your staff? Importance should be placed on representation at recruiting events to welcome and engage diverse applicants, allowing them to be themselves in the recruitment process. Consistency in capturing event information and the implementation of proper follow-up is critical. Consistency and follow-up show that the U-M is a welcoming environment for a diverse community, with opportunities to advance along various career paths.
Recruiting and Networking Events
- Equal Opportunity Publications Job Expo Listings
- MI.gov (Michigan Jobs and Career Fairs)
- Pure Michigan Talent Connect
External Recruiting Resources
- Academic Careers On-Line: Fee-based service. All job postings include the Diversity Package and Diversity/Affirmative Action Applicant Email Notifications.
- Academic Position Network (APN): Fee-based service for online job postings.
- American Association for the Advancement of Science: Resources for outreach to scientific professionals.
- American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education: Addressing issues and concerns affecting Hispanics, with a focus on higher education.
- American Indian Graduate Center: A national organization providing educational assistance to American Indian and Alaska native graduate students.
- American Indian Higher Education Consortium: A fee-based job board for posting vacancies with the Tribal College Journal.
- American Indian Science and Engineering Society: Increasing the representation of American Indian and Alaskan Natives in engineering, science and technology disciplines.
- Association of Latino Professionals in Finance & Accounting: Fee based. Dedicated to enhancing opportunities of Latinos in the accounting, finance and related professions.
- CareerOneStop: Helpful tips for connecting with professional associations from the U.S. Department of Labor.
- Center for Advancement of Hispanics in Science & Engineering Education (CAHSEE): Fee-based resource. Registration and log-in required to post vacancies:
- Equal Opportunity Publications: A fee-based resource. Registration and log-in required.
- Greater Ann Arbor Society for Human Resources: Ann Arbor affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management.
- Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities: An association with a fee-based advertising resource. Read about advertising your vacancy.
- Inside Higher Education: Fee-based resource with diversity-focused posting option.
- LatPro: Fee-based access to a network of Hispanic professionals.
- MAES-Latinos in Science and Engineering: An association with a fee-based advertising resource. Read about advertising your vacancy.
- MANRRS-Minorities in Agriculture: A national society that welcomes membership of people of all racial and ethnic group participation in agricultural and related sciences careers.
- Michigan Career Educator & Employer Alliance: Advancing internship, cooperative education, and employment in Michigan through collaborative relationships among employers, colleges and universities.
- National Association of Black Accountants: Dedicated to expanding the influence of minority professionals in the fields of accounting and finance.
- National Black MBA Association: Creating educational opportunities, partnerships and economic growth for Blacks.
- National Congress of American Indians: NCAI serves the common welfare of the American Indians and Alaska Natives.
- National Society of Black Engineers: Seeks to increase minority participation in engineering.
- National Technical Association: Supporting students who choose to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics and and career information for members.
- Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM): An association with fee-based jobs board for posting vacancies. Read more about advertising your vacancy.
- Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers: Recommended source for Hispanic engineers and technical talent.
Resources for Faculty
- AcademicCareers.com: Fee-based global academic job site for jobs in teaching, education and research and professional jobs in education and academia.
- ADVANCE: The University of Michigan ADVANCE Program aims to improve our campus environment for faculty in four general areas: recruitment, retention, climate and leadership.
- Big 10 Academic Alliance: Lists doctoral degree recipients from member universities who are members of groups underrepresented in higher education. While not publicly available, this listing can be available to Big Ten Academic Alliance faculty and staff engaged with faculty searches. To request access, contact: email@example.com or call 217/333-6314.
- Journal of Blacks in Higher Education: Fee-based. Dedicated to reaching a highly targeted demographic of scholars at colleges and universities across the U.S.
Resources for Health Care Professionals
- American Public Health Association: APHA champions the health of all people and all communities by working to strengthen the public health profession.
- Minority Nurse: The leading career resource for nurses and the largest dedicated diversity nursing jobs board.
- National Alaska Native American Indian Nurses (NANAINA): Dedicated to the health and well-being of the American Indian and Alaska Native people.
- National Association of Health Services Executives: A non-profit association which promotes the advancement and development of Black health care executives.
- National Association of Hispanic Nurses: Offers education, scholarships and career services, including resources for job postings.
- National Black Nurses Association: A non-profit organization which offers education resources, policy advocacy, career resources and job postings.
- National Medical Association: National organization representing African American physicians and patients. Website offers opportunities for job postings.
- National Latino Healthcare Executives: Dedicated to increasing the representation of Latinos at executive level of U.S. hospitials and health systems.
- Philippine Nurse Association of America: Addressing the issues and concerns of Filipino nurses in the United States.
Resources for Women
- African American Women in Technology (AAWIT): Nonprofit organization dedicated to the education, support and advancement of African-American women in the field of Information Technology.
- American Association of University Women: A fee-based resource reaching more than 100,000 professional women and men.
- American Business Women's Association: A professional organization for business women in diverse occupations.
- Association for Women in Science: A fee-based posting resource serving women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
- Feminist Majority Foundation: Registration is required and postings are reviewed prior to posting on this job board.
- National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA): An association with a fee-based postings board. Read more about advertising your vacancy.
- Society of Women Engineers (SWE): A nonprofit organization for women in engineering professions.
- Women in Sports Careers: Fee-based job postings
- Women In Technology International (WITI): WITI is a global organization serving women in business and technology.
- WomensJobList.com: Fee-based resource. Registration required to post a vacancy.
Resources for People with Disabilities
- Bureau of Services for Blind Persons: Services to help visually impaired individuals gain employment.
- Hire Disability Solutions: Fee based postings via Monster.com.
- Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Department of Labor
- The National Association of the Deaf (NAD): NAD supports efforts to ensure that deaf and hard of hearing people obtain the academic and job training they need to pursue a meaningful career.
Resources for Veterans
- Careeronestop (Veterans)
- Disabled American Veterans
- Veteran’s Job Bank
- Helmets to Hardhats: Helping military service members transition back into civilian life. Registration is required
- Pure Michigan Talent Connect: Pure Michigan Talent Connect delivers employment services to veterans as an integrated partner with the Michigan Works! Agency and the Jobs for Veterans State Grant program.
- Vetjobs: A job board targeting transitioning military, National Guard, Reserve Component Members and veterans returned from active duty.
Additional Miscellaneous Diversity Recruitment Resources
- AsianAmericanJobsite.com: A networking and career-search database geared towards Asian Americans.
- Career Builder: Fee-based job postings.
- CareerOneStop: Resources for hiring a diverse workforce from the U.S. Department of Labor.
- Diversity.com: Job search and resume posting service for minority, women and other diversity candidates.
- Diversity Employers: Fee-based job postings.Targeted to recent college graduates and professionals.
- Diversity-Jobs.com: Fee based.
- Employ Diversity: Online recruiting for diversity hiring.
- Hire Velocity: Talent acquisition solutions.
- Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County: Offering pre-employment training, screening and referral services, Jewish Family Services specializes in working with non-native English speakers from around the world.
- LatinosInHigherEd.com: Fee-based job postings. Latino professional employment web site for the higher education community.
- Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce: A gateway to Hispanic business and advocacy in Michigan.
- Multicultural Advantage.com: An online community covering workplace issues and trends relevant to underrepresented professionals.
- National Association of Black Journalists: Programs and services to and advocates on behalf of black journalists worldwide.
- Phillips Academy Insitute for Recruitment of Teachers: The Institute for Recruitment of Teachers addresses the lack of diversity in the nation’s teaching faculties by recruiting outstanding students of color and other scholars committed to diversity, counseling them through the graduate school application process, and advocating for sufficient funding for advanced study.
- Riley Guide: A comprehensive site offering diversity candidates an array of resources, from resume advice to job postings.
- Society of Professional Journalists: An organization committed to encouraging diversity in the field of journalism.
- The Information Center, Inc.: Connecting Michigan job seekers with no-cost community employment resources.
- United Negro College Fund: UNCF helps promising students attend college and graduate.
- Versatile PhD: Helping graduate students and PhDs envision, prepare for, and excel in non-academic careers.
- Women's Business Enterprise National Council: WBENC works to foster diversity in the world of commerce for women business owners.