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Job Boards for Hispanic Job Seekers
January 27, 2010 at 11:24 pm #90335
Just reviewing our EEO report…anyone aware of any good job boards for Hispanic job seekers?
May 7, 2010 at 5:50 pm #90339
The following was written for hispanic job seekers but the information will apply to organizations seeking to hire hispanics too.
HACE: The Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement
“To inspire and guide Latinos in achieving their educational and professional aspirations and positively contributing to our communities.” Headquartered in Chicago but offering programs and services in Illinois, New York, Texas, California and Florida, HACE encourages Latinos to excel in their careers by providing guidance and support from High School through to the experienced Professional. They sponsor regional recruiting and networking events, host an online job board and resume database, and much more. You can learn more on the website and sign up for their free e-newsletter.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
is the “leading social-technical organization whose primary function is to enhance and achieve the potential of Hispanics in engineering, math and science. […] SHPE promotes the development of Hispanics in engineering, science and other technical professions to achieve educational excellence, economic opportunity and social equity. ”
…news and information for Hispanic persons. The career center connects to HireDiversity, run by the same organization.
…a leading Web and America Online forum for Latinos living in the United States. The site offers job listings (in partnership with Monster.com), chat rooms, message boards, and news, events, and issues of interest to the Latino community based on Hispanic magazine, a monthly for and about Latinos, with a national circulation of 250,000 and a readership of more than one million.
…”the source for Latino careers online.” iHispano.com is a vibrant resource where Hispanic and Latino professionals can meet top employers. You must enter your email address to access the site, but once inside you’ll find free job and resume databases along with good advice on interviews, resume preparation, and much more. You can freely search the job database and apply for positions listed here, but other features like saving a job search require you to be a registered user (free).
… dedicated to Hispanic and bilingual (Spanish/English and Portuguese/English) professionals since 1997, LatPro.com offers a searchable resume database and job postings including email alerts. Content includes original articles, and resume translation & editing among other career resources. Several Fortune 100 companies use this site along with thousands of others.
…portal for Latinos and Latinas. Registration is required to enter the site and use the various resources, but it is free and you can preview the site before registering. The Jobs area is operated by Monster.com, and at the time of review I saw the same jobs listed here as at AsianAvenue.com (see under Asian American, above, also operated by the same company).
Saludos Web Site
A web site dedicated exclusively to promoting Hispanic careers and education, supported by Saludos Hispanos magazine. Information here includes a Career Center with job listings and other good career information, an Education Center with announcements of internships, mentoring programs, and scholarship opportunities, the Resume Pool where Hispanic job seekers can post their resumes, the Article Archive with recent articles from Saludos Hispanos Magazine, and the Hispanic Resource Index with links to additional resources of interest to the Hispanic Community. Most ads are general pointers back to employer websites, but many are specific and dated at the bottom of the page. Very very nice resource!
May 25, 2010 at 1:46 am #90337
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