The LGBTQ community is diverse and broad, bringing unique value to the workforce through its fabric of differentiated experiences. This often includes heightened levels of empathy and grit as well as a deeper understanding of social dynamics and cohesion building. However, Bain’s recent study found that more than 70 percent of LGBTQ employees do not feel fully included at work. This puts employers at risk of missing out on the full value of these diverse skills and perspectives. Continue reading Creating Truly Inclusive Workplaces for The LGBTQ Community
A cover letter is a one-page document that supplements your resume. Though they may not be required for every job you apply to, including a short letter to accompany your resume is an excellent way to help you stand out in the application process. Your application materials should look like they belong together visually. Continue reading Cover Letter 101
Sal Perez got his start in “Sesame Street” as a production coordinator in 2006, while he was still a senior in college.
Sixteen years later, Perez, 38, is making history as the beloved children’s show’s first Latino executive producer, ushering in a new season — the show’s 53rd — on Thursday.
If you did not receive enough financial aid to cover your school expenses, you have seven ways to fill the gap. Continue reading 7 Options if You Didn’t Receive Enough Financial Aid
“How to Apply for Higher Education Careers – Revised Edition” is a free ebook for anyone interested in getting a job in higher education. Continue reading How to Apply for Higher Education Careers – Revised Edition
By Andrea Reindl, Mitu
August is National Black Business Month and this year, there’s no better time to support Black businesses. After the racial reckoning of 2020, many of us are still educating ourselves on structural racism and the impact it’s had on Black business owners and generational wealth. And part of that education includes shopping at Black-owned businesses. Continue reading 11 Gorgeous Afro-Latinx-Owned Online Shops To Support During National Black Business Month
By Eliot Olaya, Al Dia
Prospanica’s Philadelphia chapter held a panel about Latinas in tech, hosting three Latina women who have had years of experience within the industry. Continue reading How Latinas can navigate the tech industry
As the world becomes more digital, and with the metaverse just around the corner, educating and empowering our communities about access to new resources is vital. Continue reading This Afro-Latina Wants To Empower Women With Crypto Education
By Zachary Schermele, NBC News
A number of colleges and universities whose student populations are at least a quarter Hispanic have been the most successful in providing students with economic mobility, according to a report from the Third Way, a Washington-based think tank. Continue reading Hispanic-serving universities provide most economic mobility, report says
As Latinx teachers seek more rewarding opportunities in education, Hayward Unified School District (HUSD) has emerged as one of the top employers in the Bay Area. Continue reading Top Pay, Diverse Culture Make Hayward Unified School District a Gem for Latinx Teachers