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Identity-Based Resources

The Center for Career Development is committed to ensuring a welcoming, supportive and inclusive atmosphere for all students. Below are resources to assist you with your career planning and job search needs. If you have a favorite resource that you would like added to the list, please send to the Center for Career Development (

African American Students

Black Jobs
Search the latest well-paying job opportunities for African American job seekers from companies who are sincerely dedicated to diversity hiring. 

Black EEO Journal
America's leading African-American Business and Career magazine. Our mission is to be the epicenter of information for African-Americans seeking employment and business opportunities within corporate America.

Black Enterprise
Search for jobs. Knowledge center for job search, career management and professional development articles and advice.

Asian/Pacific Islander Students

Asian American Careers
Features career-building strategies, Asian heritage at work, and top Asian-friendly employers.

National Association of Asian American Professionals
Promotes the personal and professional development of the Asian American community.

Undocumented Students & DACA

Gaining Experience
As an undocumented student, you will likely have special considerations as you navigate the career development process. Despite the challenges, rest assured that you will achieve your goals. There are lots of resources and support staff at Morgan available to assist you. To get started, it is recommended to begin building your resume with industry-related experiences. These hands-on experiences will allow you to explore your interests while gaining valuable skills applicable to the workplace. Examples include:

  • Internships
  • Volunteer work
  • Research with a faculty member
  • Independent study/academic projects
  • Job shadowing experiences
  •  Leadership role within student group/organization
  • Community organizing

On job applications, there is usually a question that says: "Are you legally authorized to work in the United States?"

  • If you have DACA you can answer "yes" to the question and continue through the hiring process without having to disclose more detailed information about your background. Once hired, employers should not ask you about how you received your work permit. If you did not apply for a social security number through DACA, read more about ITINs here.
  • If you do not have DACA or another work authorization status, there are other options you may consider for gaining experience and finding employment. See the section below for alternative employment options.

Frequently Asked Questions regarding Employment & Work Permits

Alternative Employment Options
If you do not have DACA or another work authorization status, you may consider other options for gaining professional experience, such as:

  • If you receive an internship offer, you may ask the employer not to be paid.
  • You may discuss with an employer the option of working as an independent contractor. Independent contractors often do the same type of work, but instead of working for one employer, might work for multiple clients. Examples of independent contractor jobs include tutor or child care provider. An independent contractor can use an Independent Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN), which can be obtained regardless of immigration status.
  • You may consider starting your own business, a Limited Liability Company (LLC) may be an option to consider. An LLC is composed of an individual or a group of people who are both workers and owners of a business. Read Life after College: A Guide for Undocumented Students by Immigrants Rising for more information (pages 35-37).

Online Resources

Life Skills | Citizenship | Legal Services | Vocational Training | Health & Human Services | Community Organizing | Financial Education & Free Tax Services

Comprehensive Guide to College for Undocumented and DACA Students
Scholarships | Financial Aid | Legal Services | Career Planning | Resources

Intercultural Counseling Connection: A Resource for Refugees in the Greater Baltimore Area
Medical Services | Legal Services | Court Support | Mental & Behavioral Health Services | Social Services | Educational & Tutoring Opportunities | Youth Services | LGBTQIA

National Immigration Law Center
DACA | Economic Support | Workers' Rights | Driver's Licenses | Taxes

My (Un) Documented Life  provides up-to-date information, resources, and a community for undocumented immigrants, including scholarship opportunities, strategies for navigating the educational system, and information on how to apply for DACA.

Immigrants Rising  provides robust resources for undocumented youth and educators in order to empower students to reach their goals. Check out their Life After College Guide.

The DREAM Bar Association (DBA) is a nonprofit legal organization led by undocumented law students and practitioners that provides a network for undocumented immigrants who are interested in pursuing a career in law.

The Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) also offers a fee waiver for the LSAT for candidates who are unable to pay for the test. If you have DACA or have applied for DACA you can apply for the fee waiver.

Pre-Health Dreamers (PHD) is a national network that provides support to undocumented students who are pursuing careers in health and science. 

Latino Medical Student Association has a scholarship for pre-medical students interested in advancing healthcare and education for Latino and underserved communities. Students are eligible to apply regardless of immigration status.

Hispanic/Latinx Students

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
CHCI was created to help increase opportunities for Hispanics to participate in and contribute to the American policy-making process. Features scholarships, fellowships and internships.

Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE)
A national non-profit organization dedicated to the employment, development, and advancement of current and aspiring Latino professionals.
Search for jobs at companies recruiting talented Hispanic professionals.
Job board for Hispanic and Bilingual professionals.

Saludos Web National Job Listings
Specializes in joining the Hispanic bilingual professional with companies looking for diversity in the workplace.

International Students

Going Global

H1B VISA Application Process
A guide to H1B Visas and U.S Visa sponsorship.

International Student
A resource guide for those studying in the U.S. featuring American culture.

Institute for International Education
Resources & scholarship information for students studying abroad or in the U.S.

My Visa Jobs
Featuring H1B Visa Reports (by state) and job search tools from top Visa sponsors.

US Immigration Support
Online guide to US visas, green cards and citizenship.

LGBTQ+ Students

Safe SpaceHuman Rights Campaign
LGBT Student and Professional Associations (by industry)

HRC: Corporate Equality Index

Out and Equal
Shaping the future of Global LGBT workplace equality and inclusion; find jobs at diversity-friendly companies and research careers.

Out For Work
OUT for Work's Internship & Job Board is the only internship and job posting site dedicated to LGBTQA college students.

Non-Discrimination Laws: State by State Information (Map)

Middle Eastern Students

ADCRI Anthony Shadid Internship Program
The Anthony Shadid Internship Program offers positions in a variety of departments so that students of all disciplines can benefit. The program educates students on issues of civil rights, Arab-American heritage, and current events in the Middle East.

Middle East Forum
The Middle East Forum think tank offers a number of internships, volunteer, and paid positions.

Native American Students

American Indian College Fund
Features career advice, job postings, internships and scholarship information.

Native American Jobs
Online job data bank available to Native American Job Seekers, Native American Tribes, and Tribal Organizations.

Persons w/Disabilities & Special Needs

AFB CareerConnect
Provides employment and job search information developed specifically for the visually impaired job-seeker.

American Association for the Advancement of Sciences
Entry Point identifies and recruits students with apparent and non-apparent disabilities studying in science, engineering, mathematics, computer science, and some fields of business for outstanding internship and co-op opportunities.

Getting Hired
A national employment portal that connects job seekers with disabilities with employers committed to hiring them.

Hire Disability Solutions
Comprehensive career services to facilitate employment for people with disabilities, veterans, their family members, and others who face challenges in their lives.

Enable people with disabilities to enhance their professional lives by providing a dedicated system for finding employment.


Finding a Job that is Right for You

Reasonable Accommodation for the Application Process

The 411 on Disability Disclosure: A Workbook for Youth with Disabilities

Veterans & Military Personnel

My Next MoveGI Jobs
Features job finder, hot jobs, pay calculator and more.

Helmets to Hardhats
Connects National Guard, Reserve, retired and transitioning active-duty military service members with skilled training and quality career opportunities in the construction industry.

Hire a Hero
An online professional networking site that provides employment services specifically geared towards meeting the employment needs of returning military members and their families. strives to provide military veterans the necessary tools to secure successful careers outside of the armed forces.

Military to Federal Jobs Crosswalk
Helps translate military occupations into federal jobs.

U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs
Links to several job search sites specifically for veterans.

GI Bill Information

Military to Civilian Occupation Translator


Advancing Women
Provides resources and job boards for women, diversity, education and tech candidates.

Career Vanity
Expert career advice for working women.

Feminist Jobs and Internships
A job board that provides feminists with a space to find jobs that progress the status of women or encompass their passion for social justice.

U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau
Formulates standards and policies to promote the welfare of wage-earning women, improve their working conditions, increase their efficiency, and advance their opportunities for profitable employment.

Women Employed
Leading national advocate for women's economic advancement. The group analyzes workplace issues, educates policymakers, and builds support to improve opportunities and incomes.

Women for Hire
Offers a wide variety of career-related information and videos geared to working women, and an online job board that helps leading employers connect with top-notch professional women in all fields.

The Simple Truth About The Pay Gap

Below are resources to assist you with your career planning and job search needs.

Equal Opportunity Publications
EOP has led the way in diversity recruitment with a portfolio of seven national magazines (Equal Opportunity, Woman Engineer, Minority Engineer, CAREERS and the Disabled, Workforce Diversity for Engineering and IT Professionals, Hispanic Career World, and African-American Career World). Includes an online job board and Career Expos for women, members of minority groups, and people with disabilities.

Diversity Inc.
DiversityInc's mission is to bring education and clarity to the business benefits of diversity. Features include "Ask the White Guy", "Things Not to Say", career advice and a job board.

Diversity Jobs
Search engine with jobs from diversity-friendly companies.

Greater Diversity News
Jobs, diversity forums, employment research, and minority-related news stories.

IM Diversity
Where careers, opportunities and careers connect.