Student of Color

The Fleishman Center recognizes the historic challenges encountered by students of color at predominantly white institutions. This affinity group provides a space for students of color to connect with alumni, faculty, staff, and peers to create a strong network, share experiences, and be informed about events that empower your career success. We have a variety of resources for Black, Hispanic and Latinx, Native American and Indigenous Peoples, Asian and Pacific Islanders, and biracial students.  Explore events and articles that speak to your identity.    

Student Spotlight: Inez Williams of the Caribbean Student Association

With a small multicultural community in Binghamton University, a predominantly white institution, it is important for there to be safe spaces for students of color. Dedicated to the theme, “One Love,” the Caribbean Student Association, founded in 1977, strives to …

By Stephanie Ramirez-Cisneros
Stephanie Ramirez-Cisneros Senior Peer Consultant
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Student Organization Highlight: Charles Drew Minority Pre-Health Society

November is Career Development Month and the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development interviewed the Charles Drew Pre-Health Society.

1. What does professional development look like for you? How may have this changed over time?

Professional development is about …

By Alexandria Mavila
Alexandria Mavila Senior Peer Consultant
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Student Organization Spotlight: The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

November is Career Development Month and the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development would like to highlight the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers.

1. What does professional development look like for you? How may have this changed over time?

By Alexandria Mavila
Alexandria Mavila Senior Peer Consultant
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Student Spotlight: Jonah Poueriet of Financial Literacy for the Youth

Financial literacy is an important aspect of one’s daily and professional life. While this topic is so important, many students and youth in general, are not taught about it or even come across its benefits until they start their adult …

By Stephanie Ramirez-Cisneros
Stephanie Ramirez-Cisneros Senior Peer Consultant
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Featured Resources

The Miseducation of the Underrepresented Job Seeker

Jennifer Tardy’s free guide, downloadable below contains information to empower historically underrepresented job seekers on:

Tips & Insights to transform …

Career Advice Guide For Underrepresented Populations

This guide includes tips, time-saver exercises, and expert advice on how to be a top-notch candidate as a Black, Latinx, …

This episode of the Young Black and Professional Podcast features Attorney Jessica Tehlirian, a Personal Injury Trial Lawyer in Atlanta, …

Join this insightful Q&A session with your host Kimberly and Career Masterclass on how to make the best power moves …

African American Professional Associations

Compilation of links to the leading African American professional associations, many with career and job sites of their own, collected …

National Urban League Job Network

The Urban League Job Network is backed by the National Urban League and is dedicated to helping diverse students find …

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