Minority Recruitment Sources for Advertising Faculty Positions



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Minority Recruitment Sources for Advertising Faculty Positions



  1. The Black E.O.E Journal Our goal is to make your recruitment process effortless. 
    Resumes on file represent nearly 400 categories in fields such as Accounting, Computer Science, Engineering, Health Care, Management, Aerospace, Sales & Marketing and Education. Free forwarding of resumes from qualified individuals.
    We feature flexible packages to meet your recruiting needs: Volume and frequency discounts, agency commissions.



  1. Minority Affairs Post your job openings for maximum exposure to our diverse population of minority job seekers. Post employment opportunities in our job search by job type, category, city, and state Many job posting packages are available. Single Ad Insertion (Classified Ad) $90.00 30 days $120.00 60 days (same ad) Job Postings in bulk save up to 60%




  1. DiversityInc.com Our target audience is executives and managers at large corporations and organizations. They are diverse in race, gender, orientation, ability and age - and they include senior executives, community leaders, educators and professionals who are highly educated, affluent key influencers and decision makers - all passionate about diversity in their professional and personal lives. To learn how to gain access to 100,000+ résumés from candidates who want to work at companies that value diversity, please call (973) 494-0542. For more information on job postings, slot postings, and larger packages, please view our rate card. Post 1 job for $300




  1. Minority Graduate.com Diversity Forum Online is a resource guide to the companies and organizations actively seeking more diversity in their recruitment. This site is partnered with College News, an online media vehicle that's been connecting college students and campus communities since 1992. Our mission is to connect College News readers (students, graduates and professionals) with the profiles of companies in the process of continually stressing, enhancing and empowering people by creating a more diverse workforce.




  1. www.higheredjobs.com Targeted to higher education job seekers. Increase your exposure to top candidates for low cost. Visited 1,810,421 times last month (verified by WebTrends®). Unlimited space to list your entire ad. Post a Single Job$145 for up to 60 days Unlimited text Job appears within 1-2 business hours




  1. Monster.com As the migration to the Internet continues, over 75 million of Monster's visitors have established personalized accounts that take advantage of our wide breadth of services, including our global resume database or proprietary job search agent technology, that enable them to better manage their careers. Monster Worldwide is consistently ranked among the top 20 most visited sites on the Internet.






CareerBuilder.com As the U.S.'s largest online job site, CareerBuilder.com put over 1.6 million jobs in front of poised job seekers wherever they are - at home or work - in print and on the Internet. More than 23 million unique visitors come to the site every month to check out opportunities in every industry, field and job type.


  1. Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS)

  2. Diversity Careers On-line

  3. Saludos Hispanos

  4. Hispanic Network Magazine

  5. Equal Opportunity Publications, Inc.

  6. EthniCity- A Diversity Search Firm

  7. Corporate Diversity Search, Inc.

  8. National Workforce Assistance Collaborative

  9. HBCU's With Advanced Degree Programs

  10. Minority Job Search

  11. Equal Opportunity Employment

  12. Minority Graduate

  13. Minority Career Network

  14. National Diversity Newspaper JobBank

  15. Minorities Job Bank

  16. The Black Collegian Online

  17. Job Web

  18. Resource Magazine Job Postings

  19. Career Mosaic

  20. Academic Employment Network

  21. Academic Position Network

  22. MonsterTRAK

  23. Jobhunter

  24. Coalition To Increase Minority Degrees

  25. The Riley Guide

  26. The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education is an issue-oriented publication that examines the progress of African Americans in the nation's colleges and universities. Print and Web Ad rates are available. Tel: (212) 399-1084; Fax: (212) 245-1973; E-mail: info@jbhe.com




  1. Minority Faculty Applicant Database For the past year, the new MFAD has become the most productive and cost-effective resource in recruiting minority faculty candidates. 100 institutions currently are registered to advertise within MFAD for either a one-year or six-month subscription. Each subscription allows unlimited faculty employment postings.



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  1. The Affirmative Action Register

AAR is a leading national equal opportunity employment magazine and website that connects employers to professionals who are seeking jobs, regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, sexual preference or disability. For more than 30 years, AAR has provided progressive businesses and institutions with a forum to find employees who represent the dynamic kaleidoscope of our country’s population.


  1. The Chronicle of Higher Education is the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators.



  1. Diverse Issues in Higher Education DIVERSE: Issues In Higher Education (formerly Black Issues In Higher Education) Registered employers can post jobs, search for candidates, and provide job candidates more information by creating an Employer Profile.




  1. The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education For 18 years, The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine® has been a top information news source and the sole Hispanic educational magazine for the higher education community and those involved in running our institutions of higher learning.


Atlanta Daily World The Atlanta Daily World is the city's oldest continuously publishing black newspaper, and one of the oldest black-owned businesses. It has been serving the community since August 5, 1928. Founded by W.A. Scott, II, it became the nation's first successful black daily in 1932. Through the years, it has remained independent and family-owned and operated. It now published once a week -- Thursday, with its website available 24/7.

Women Recruitment Sources for Advertising Faculty Positions

National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)

Women's Work in the 19th Century

National Organization for Women (NOW)

Working Women

American Business Women's Association (ABWA)

Black Career Women (BCW)

Association for Women in Science

Advocates for Women in Science, Engineering & Mathematics (AWSEM)

Advancing Women

American Association of University Women

Asian American Women's Alliance (AAWA)

Business Women's Network Interactive (BWNI)

American Medical Women's Association (AMWA)

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

World Wide Women

Association for Women in Computing

Digital-Women



The Women's Directory for Women's sites

Her Planet Network


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