At DUSPCareers we have put together a list of identity-based career development resources for different affinity groups that offer specific support and help you on your career goals.
Select the community you identify with and explore this extensive list of resources organized by MIT's Career Advising and Professional Development office.
CAPD has organized recommended practices which aim to remove inequities in recruiting and support organizations in engaging underrepresented minority (URM) students, recognizing that not everyone has equal access to career-related opportunities and networks and acknowledging systemic racism in our society and that career advancement is a social justice issue.
The Institute Community and Equity Officer (ICEO) serves as a thought leader on the subjects of community, equity, inclusion, and diversity; a focal point for organizing MIT’s related activities and conversations; and a hands-on practitioner who disseminates best practices and inspires the awareness and enthusiasm to help them flourish.
MIT Equal Pay Working Group raises awareness of the issue of pay inequity. The group's mission is to collaborate to promote pay equity for MIT students and graduates from diverse backgrounds and experiences at the beginning and throughout their career.
Resources outside of MIT
BCC’s network comprises real estate professionals of color, private firms, government agencies, trade organizations, and community nonprofits, to collectively create greater opportunities for education, employment, partnership, and financing.
Through mentorship, networking and educational events, Women in Cleantech and Sustainability fosters an influential network of professionals to further the roles of women in growing the green economy and making a positive impact on the environment.