People of Color
We recognize the value of your lives and your careers — and are committed to supporting your journeys in school and beyond. Here you will find information about university resources, events, and clubs, as well as a range of career content curated for people of color at ASU. These resources will be expanded as new initiatives and opportunities become available. Find more multicultural communities using the navigation at the top of this page.Note: Organizations or resources listed not affiliated with Arizona State University are not endorsed by the university.
Job Search Resources
Jopwell: A career advancement platform for Black, Latinx, and Native American students and professionals.
BlackJobs.com: Features job opportunities from companies dedicated to diversity hiring.
LatPro: Online job board connecting Latinx job-seekers with relevant roles and recruiters.
Diversity.com: Job postings from diversity employers across a wide variety of industries.
Alliance of Indigenous Peoples
The student-led Alliance of Indigenous Peoples unifies and represents self-identifying Indigenous voices at ASU. Visit their website to learn more about their mission, resources, and member organizations.
Black African Coalition
The Black African Coalition at Arizona State University unifies and advocates for students of African descent. Visit their website to learn more about their mission, resources, and member organizations.
Asian/Pacific American Students’ Coalition
The Asian/Pacific American Students’ Coalition is an alliance of nearly 20 clubs and organizations at ASU. Visit their website to learn more about their mission, resources, and member organizations.
El Concilio seeks to unite Latinx, Chicanx, and Hispanic students and organizations across Arizona State University. Visit their website to learn more about their mission, resources, and member organizations.