Students of Color

Welcome to the Students of Color Affinity page! This page has resources curated specifically for you. In CAPD, we appreciate your unique intersections of identity. Your perspectives and contributions are valuable and we want to help you find the opportunities and career paths that celebrate all aspects of your identity. We look forward to getting to know you and our advisors can support you on your career journey from exploring your options, to finding an internship/job or preparing for graduate/professional school, to negotiating job offers and beyond.

We welcome your active participation in this community. Please contact us with requests, suggestions, and feedback.

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Laureates & Leaders – Applications due October 12th!

Interested in a doctoral degree? The Laureates & Leaders program is a graduate school initiative designed by MIT’s Office of Minority Education. The purpose of this program is to encourage and support underrepresented students in their quest to achieve a …

By Kendel Jester
Kendel Jester Career Advisor
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Voices of Lime: Intersecting identities of Asian and Pacific Islander people who are disabled

In this recording Lime Connect and Aileen Jiang, Lime Connect Network member, Lime Fellow, and Global Product Lead at Google, who has lived experience with these intersecting identities, moderates a panel discussion with Lime Connect’s Asian/Pacific Islander Network members who …

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Undergraduate Women of Color Leadership Symposium

Prioritize your goals. Develop your leadership skills. Join a powerful community.

Consider registering for a Forte College Leadership Conference to explore your career interests, network with peers from undergraduate institutions across the country, and engage with trailblazing business professionals. Event …

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5 Illegal Interview Questions and How to Dodge Them

by Angela Smith, MBA

You’re sitting in the interview for your dream job, and it’s going great. You’ve knocked the hard questions out of the park, and you and the interviewer are really hitting it off. Then, out of the blue, she …

By Simona Rosu
Simona Rosu Senior Assistant Director, Postdoctoral Career and Professional Development
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Seeing the whole person

Alumna, Margaret ‘Mo’ Okobi ’16, prepares for a career combining medicine and public health research to improve mental health care services in vulnerable communities. Read the full story by Leah Campbell for the School of Science.

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