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Diversity Career Resources

The Exchange values and celebrates all of the identities and cultures of students here at Marian University, and we are committed to supporting the career development process of our diverse student population. Below, you will find several resources to help you play a proactive role in your career development. In addition to all of these resources, you can make an appointment with our office through Handshake.

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Identifying employers with commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion

To identify employers with a commitment to diversity and inclusion, a good place to start is to look at lists of companies that follow best practices in hiring a diverse workforce:

Lists of top places to work are a good place to begin your search, but there are additional ways to identify an organization’s commitment to diversity and inclusion if that is important to you at your place of work.


First Generation Students

Financial Need for Students

International Students

Students of Color

Students with Disabilities

DACA Students

Undocumented Students

Empowering Women in the Workplace

Veteran Students

Adult Learners

Faith and Service

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