Resources for Recruiting Diverse Candidates
Emmanuel College Search Committee Chair's Guide to the Faculty Interview Process
Evaluating Faculty Candidates: Understanding and Minimizing the Influence of Unconscious Bias – Women in Science + Engineering Leadership Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Bay State Banner – African American owned news weekly that reports on the political, economic, social and cultural issues that are of interest to African American and English speaking Latinos in Boston and throughout New England.
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education – For more than 30 years, newsmagazine Diverse has focused on matters of access and opportunity for all in higher education.
DiversityInc.com – website bringing education and clarity to the business benefits of diversity.
El Mundo Boston – Weekly newspaper serving the Latino community in the greater Boston area.
Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education – biweekly Hispanic educational magazine for the higher education community and those involved in running institutions of higher learning.
IMDiversity - Career site dedicated to providing jobs for minorities, females and other diversity job seekers looking for career employment.
Required Language for Ads + Announcements
The College requires that departments add the following statement to all advertisements:
"Emmanuel College seeks to create a working and learning environment that reflect the society and community in which we are located, and we actively encourage candidates of all backgrounds to apply."
Such proactive language conveys a level of commitment beyond that required by regulation and tells potential applicants that the College values diversity. Proactive language can be included as a specific job qualification or as a summary statement at the end of job announcements. Examples of specific job qualifications and summary statements include the following:
- Candidates should describe how multicultural issues have been or will be brought into course.
- The College is committed to building a culturally diverse educational environment. Applicants are requested to include in their cover letter information about how they will further this goal.
- Candidates should describe previous activities mentoring members of underrepresented groups.
- Applicants are expected to describe in their letter of intent how their scholarship contributes to diverse communities.
- The College is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through their research, teaching and/or service.
- Successful candidates must be committed to working with diverse student and community population.
Resources for Veterans
Job Translator – translate your military skills, experience and training to find career opportunities that best align with your capabilities.
Department of Veterans Services – Learn more about patient care and federal benefits to Veterans and their dependents.
Boston Vet Center – Location and hours for Boston’s Vet Center, which provides a broad range of counseling, outreach, and referral services to combat Veterans and their families.
Veterans' Employment and Training Services (VETS) – VETS serves America's veterans and separating service members by preparing them for meaningful careers, providing employment resources and expertise, and protecting their employment rights.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) – The nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
Disabled American Veterans (DAV) – An organization chartered by the United States Congress for disabled military veterans of the United States Armed Forces that helps them and their families through various means.
Wounded Warrior Project – WWP is a military/veterans charity organization empowering injured veterans and their families.
National Center for PTSD – Center dedicated to research and education on trauma and PTSD.
Veterans' Upward Bound – UMASS Boston program that provides opportunity for veterans of all ages to gain access to information about college and career awareness, acquire the academic skills required for entry into higher education and/or to acquire the equivalent of a high school diploma.