Industry-Specific Resources and Opportunities for Diverse Students
Business, Consulting, Finance
A 10 week program for Black, African American, Hispanic, Latino, and/or Native American Sophomores interested in learning more about consulting. Students who complete the program successfully can also be hired next summer as Summer Business Analysts.
An opportunity for recent graduates to explore Major League Baseball. Open to candidates who identify as AHANA and Women.
This opportunity is an internship and professional development program for students of color interested in retail and related fields.
For underrepresented groups in the profession and are accounting and/or related business majors who are two or more years from final graduation.
Freshmen interested in accounting, technology, or a related field. Black or African-American, Hispanic or Latino, American Indian or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, or two or more races are strongly encouraged to apply.
Rotational program for sophomores to work in different business sectors at Deloitte, including audit & Assurance, Risk and Financial Advisory, or Tax. Black or African-American, Hispanic or Latino, American Indian or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, or two or more races are strongly encouraged to apply.
Communications, Arts, Media
Fellowship program for AHANA identifying students interested in the business of media (sales, PR, human resources, marketing), the content of media (news production, journalism, digital media), the innovation of media (computer science, big data, technology of communications)
Aspiring writers from diverse backgrounds with a strong desire to write for CBS television series are encouraged to apply.
An opportunity to intern in an array of business positions with PGA
A 10 week, paid summer internship that targets multicultural undergraduate and graduate students with high academic standing
Internship opportunity for students interested in the field of arts management. Targeted to undergraduate students from underrepresented backgrounds.