Diversity Resources

A diverse group of students sitting on the lawn in front of the MLK Library at SJSU.
Job Boards and Publications
  • Diversity Working: The largest diversity job board online.
  • IM Diversity: African, Asian, Hispanic, & Native American job search resources.
  • DiversityInc:The career resource for diversity enthusiasts. Includes career-related diversity news stories, job listings and resume posting features.
  • Diversity:  America's most trusted source for recruiting job seekers from diverse ethnic cultures, life styles, life stages, creative persuasions, abilities, religious affiliations and gender.
  • San Jose State AB540 Information: Provides an overview of Assembly Bill 540 as well as resources at SJSU and in the community.
  • Equal Opportunity Publications
  • Workplace Diversity: Diversity job search engine.
  • SJSU Latino Alumni Network: The SJSU Latino Alumni Network (LAN) strives to create a network of Latinos who are committed to fostering relationships, creating opportunities, and providing support for the greater SJSU community of Latino students and alumni.
  • ALPHA: A leading professional association dedicated to enhancing opportunities for Latinos in the accounting, finance and related professions.
  • iHispano:  is committed to promoting Hispanic Employment and networking opportunities through its partnerships with leading Hispanic organizations and corporate clients.
  • Latpro: The Latpro service enables employers and recruiters to efficiently find professional candidates with language skills, international experience and/or multicultural knowledge.
  • Hispanic Today: This family of online publications serves to aid specific targeted minority groups in finding news & information, job opportunities, and other useful employment related resources.
  • Adelante: A support network of students, faculty, staff, and administrators across campus for students with targeted and culturally specific programming and services at San Jose State.
  • SJSU Educational Opportunity Program: Designed to improve student academic support of first-generation, low-income and educationally disadvantaged students. The program provides admission, academic, and financial assistance to EOP-eligible undergraduate students considered California residents or AB540 students.
  • Goldsea - Articles and links to many useful sites.
  • National Association of Asian American Professionals: A national not-for-profit organization for professionals of varying Asian descent.
SJSU Gender Equity Center - Strives to empower SJSU students and educate the campus on a multitude of issues facing society based on gender. The Gender Equity Center organizes and participates in a variety of events throughout the year, including: The Clothesline Project, Vagina Monologues, Take Back the Night, etc.
  • SJSU PRIDE CENTER -  The mission of the PRIDE Center is to support the LGBTIQQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Questioning, Ally) students of San José State University.
  • SF LGBT Center- The mission of the SF LGBT Center is to connect our diverse community to opportunities, resources and each other to achieve our vision of a stronger, healthier, and more equitable world for LGBT people and our allies.
  • Echelon Magazine - A magazine that publishes articles on LGBT finance, economic development, workplace advocacy, corporate diversity, education, employment and explores the ever evolving LGBT marketplace.
  • Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians & Gays (PFLAG) - A national non-profit organization with over 200,000 members and supporters.
  • SJSU Accessible Education Center (AEC): Provides attention/support to SJSU students with disabilities and the University’s continued advocacy and commitment to increasing accessibility/inclusivity on campus.
  • Accommodations: Information and answers to questions ranging from accommodation needs, disclosure of disability, and use of Assistive Technology for persons with disabilities.
  • Disclosure: Tips and resources around disclosure.
  • Community: Local and national resources covering numerous topic areas such as benefit coverage, rehabilitation, legal rights, independent living, accessibility, community services, and much more.
  • Employment /Internship Search: Employment and internship resource websites specifically devoted to persons with disabilities
  • SJSU Veterans Resource Center- Designed as a one-stop resource that plays a primary role in serving the university’s growing community of veterans and military students.
  • Career Resources for Veterans - Tips and resources to help veterans transition to university life and find civilian employment.