provides multi-year internships to students of color at media companies across the country, beginning as a paid summer intern for each summer following their selection as an Emma Bowen Foundation Fellow through their college graduation, gaining on-the-job training and colleagues and mentors that last a lifetime in whichever career they choose
An educational and career development nonprofit, SEO Career offers 6 different programs including an internship program that pairs students who identify as Black, Latinx, and/or Native American with paid opportunities in financial services, technology, business services, and real estate. SEO Career says that 80% of its interns receive full-time job offers from its partners
Although this program is open to students of all backgrounds, its purpose is to provide opportunities for students from groups that are underrepresented in media and entertainment. This full-time, paid summer internship also includes mentorship, paid membership in professional associations, and networking events.
William’s & Joan Green Center for Student Success Suite: 105A
Hours: M-Th 9:00am-7:00pm, Fri 9:00am-5:00pm
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Sisters of the YAM
SOTY is a student driven initiative for women who identify as black or African American, who want to discuss issues which surround women in the black community such as mental health, financial freedom, education, relationships and activism.
Multicultural Student Union
MSU serves to create awareness and celebration of cultural differences of all Southern New Hampshire University students, staff, and faculty and their backgrounds.
MIXED is a group for individuals who identify as multiracial and would like to connect with others are living with similar experiences. This group aims to create a community and forum that explores and examines issues connected to being Multiracial.