A collection of resources related to career support for BAME students and graduates.
Rare Recruitment“Rare Recruitment matches outstanding people from diverse backgrounds with jobs in top organisations. They specialise in helping ethnic minority candidates and place a particular emphasis on those from disadvantaged backgrounds.”
Ethnic JobSiteThis site provides a database of employers committed to fair and diverse recruitment as well as career tips.
Inclusive Graduates“Inclusive Graduates, the not-for-profit arm of executive search firm Inclusive Boards, connects undergraduates and young professionals from underrepresented groups across the UK with outstanding employers. We identify these groups as: ethnic minorities, women, young people from low socio-economic groups and students from non-Russell Group universities.”
The Royal Society: Diversity in Science“A project from the Royal Society interviewing scientists from a variety of educational and minority ethnic backgrounds. Scientists share how their backgrounds impacted their scientific careers.”
SEO (Sponsors for Educational Opportunity) London“SEO London focuses on helping students from under represented and under-served communities to secure places on internship and graduate programmes in the UK.”
UPRising“UpRising is a UK-wide youth leadership development organisation. Their mission is to open pathways for talented young people from diverse and under-represented backgrounds by equipping them with the knowledge, networks, skills, and confidence to fulfil their leadership potential.”
Pocc"We exist to accelerate equality and equity, for culturally and ethnically diverse people in the creative industries and beyond. We do this through non-traditional ideas, creativity and activism."
The Other Box"Through our training, consultancy and brand partnerships, we are the bridge to facilitating an honest conversation to better understand the importance and value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace."
Parity ProjectInsight, networking and employability support for black men.
Young Black Professionals Network Connecting Black professionals to each other, job opportunities, black businesses and events.