Diversifying your applicant pool requires recruiting talent from a variety of resources.
The following organizations and associations, arranged by job category, can assist you in expanding your targeted search for qualified and diverse candidates.
- National Society of Hispanic MBAs (membership required)
- National Black MBA Association, Inc. (membership required)
- Stanford Women in Business
- Stanford Graduate School of Business Alumni Job Board
- National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) (membership required)
- National Association of Basketball Coaches (membership required)
- National Soccer Coaches Association of America
- American Volleyball Coaches Association
- Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) (membership required)
- Job Train (formally OICW)
- Center for Employment Training
Construction - Project Management
- American Indian Science and Engineering Society (membership required)
- IEEE Women in Engineering
- National Society of Black Engineers (membership required)
- Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (membership required)
- Society of Women Engineers (membership required)
- Stanford Society of Women Engineers
- Stanford School of Engineering Alumni Job Board
- Stanford Women in Electrical Engineering
- California Society of Municipal Finance Officers (membership required)
- Prime Buyer's Report
- National Association of Black Accountants (NABA, Inc.) (membership required)
- Stanford Finance - facilitate the entry and success of Stanford students in the finance industry via education, preparation, and the building of a global professional network
- American Library Association (membership required)
- American Indian Library Association (membership required)
- Black Caucus of the ALA (membership required)
- Asian Pacific American Librarians Association (APALA) (membership required)
- Reforma - (Latino and Spanish Speaking) (membership required)
Mechanics and Repairers
- Stanford Graduate School of Education Internships & Jobs Board
- Inside Higher Education (membership required)
- The Chronicle of Higher Education (membership required)
- San Jose State Career Center
- American Society of Journalists and Authors (membership required)
- UNITY: Journalists for Diversity, Inc. (membership required)
- Society of Professional Journalists (membership required)
- National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) (membership required)
- National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) (free job postings)
- Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) (free job postings)
- Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) (required fee for job postings)
- The Association for Women in Communications (membership required)
Federal, State, and Local Diversity Recruitment Resources
- African American Professional Associations (membership required)
- California Department of Rehabilitation (employment for individuals with disabilities)
- California Job Service: CalJOBS - California's Internet system for linking employer job listings and job seeker resumes.
- Department of Veterans Affairs
- Diversity Trio - Asians in Higher Education
- Diversity Trio - Blacks in Higher Education
- Diversity Trio - Hispanics in Higher Education
- Employer Assistance and Resource Network (EARN)
- Employment Development Department (EDD)
- Forty Plus (membership required)
- Military.com Veteran Employment Center - Military.com joined forces with Monster to connect employers to America's largest talent pool with military experience. Find technical skills, security clearances, leadership and diversity. Reach qualified candidates efficiently.
- National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) (membership required)
- NOVA- Workforce Development
- Urban League Jobs Network (membership required)
Stanford Diversity Recruitment Resources
The Stanford community is another resource rich with talent and diversity. Below are some on-campus recruiting resources to consider adding to your toolbox:
Office of Staff Employment: Learn more about Stanford’s in-house temporary, regular staff, talent management, strategic recruitment programs, tools and resources.
Career Development Center (CDC): Offers services, including the jobs database, Cardinal Recruiting (our on-campus interview program), career fairs and resume service that can assist you in meeting your recruitment goals.
Stanford Alumni: Stanford alumni do amazing things in a variety of fields and industries. Follow the link to post open positions for Stanford alumni of all levels of experience.
Stanford Staff Groups: Collectively, the Stanford Staff Groups (below) have over 1,000 members who may be seeking to advance their careers. Visit the staff group websites to learn more about their members, join a staff group email list or contact a staff group chair/co-chair to enhance your diverse talent pool.
- American Indian Staff Forum
- Asian Staff Forum
- Black Staff Alliance
- Disability Staff Forum
- Filipino American Community at Stanford
- La Raza Staff Association
- QUEST (Queer University Employees at Stanford)
- Stanford Staffers
For additional information about Stanford's commitment to diversity:
Diversity & Access Office was created to advance Stanford's affirmative action goals and commitment to diversity, while ensuring University compliance with federal, state and local regulations concerning diversity and disability.
Faculty Development & Diversity Office assists in faculty recruitment and retention efforts to ensure that Stanford has a well-qualified and diverse faculty. The office assists deans, chairs and faculty search committees with outreach efforts in developing talented and diverse applicant pools, and the office serves as a central information resource for all faculty recruits and newly hired faculty in their transition to the Stanford community.
Diversity Works at Stanford is a consortium of departments and offices across Stanford whose work involves issues related to a diverse population of all the members of our campus community, undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff.