Career Clusters

General Resources

Rice University students. Courtesy: Admissions.
Rice University students. Courtesy: Admissions.

The Rice University Center for Career Development is committed to assisting ALL students in finding and making their place in the world, including our diverse Owls! Career counselors are available by appointment to assist you with a wide array of career planning issues. Below are some key diversity resources for students, alumni, and professionals. - a job search engine specializing in positions with companies invested in diversity. - provides "community" specific channels and job searching tools.

IM Diversity - a career and self-development site and job board aimed to serve the cultural and career-related needs of underrepresented minority groups, specifically African Americans, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Latino/Hispanic Americans, Native Americans and women.

Minority Professional Network - a job board and global portal that deliver organic SEO/SEM website results including: diversity job boards, minority professionals, diverse employers, and professional career fairs. - allows you to look up employee reviews of various companies across the region and country, as well as explore job positions, seek out interviewing advice, and get insight into a company’s work culture.

Understanding and Dealing with Discrimination in the Workplace - review this resource to better understand discrimination and harassment laws in the workplace and what you can do if you feel you are being discriminated against. Professional associations exist to promote their profession. Review a professional organization’s website for insight on career paths, industry concentrations and even job or internship advice. Join organizations in your field of interest to make contacts, get involved and access private job boards.

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission - Resources for Handling Gender-Based Discrimination.