The Career Engagement Office opposes all forms of racism and continues to actively work with all our stakeholders, students, employers, campus partners, and administrators in the journey towards collective liberation. We aim to recognize and dismantle ALL systems of oppression in our work, and university at large. We will not be silent about these injustices. Below are some resources we have collected we have collected to build community-based on common affinity groups. Within each link you will find websites and resources to connect with other based on interests, needs or networking opportunities.
As SU strives to educate the whole person, it is critical as part of your career development to embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion. Careful reflection and actions, with integrity, are required for our communities to live into these values.
Below are some resources we’ve identified that you might consider exploring. And know, if you want to dive deeper, the Career Engagement Office (CEO) is prepared to walk with you on this journey.
Podcasts To Subscribe To:
Talks To Watch:
Proceed With Courage - Leaders Can't Be Cautious - Minda Harts, Founder, Speaker, Author: The Memo – What Women of Color Need To Know To Secure A Seat At The Table
Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man - Emmanuel Acho, Sports Analyst
Authenticity: Who You Are is Non-Negotiable - Caroline Wanga, Target's Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer & Vice President of Human Resources
Color Blind or Color Brave? - Mellody Hobson, President and Co-CEO of Ariel Investments