Community Outreach to Minorities
|These organizations are participating in our exclusive Community Outreach program. Through this program, groups and organizations that directly work with Minorities receive open job notifications on a daily basis that match the criteria they specifically requested. These daily notifications (known as JobCasts™) can be customized by location, profession, education and experience.|
Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin
Mission Statement: To strengthen and protect our people, reclaim our land and enhance the environment by exercising our sovereignty. The Human Resources Department provides services to the Oneida Tribal organization, Oneida Community, and Oneida people in the areas of staffing, employee benefits, development and training, and employee relations. The Oneida Tribe prides itself in offering a wide range of positions, competitive salaries and benefit package.
Spotted Eagle, Inc.
Spotted Eagle, Inc. has been serving the Milwaukee area Native American Indian community since 1974. We specialize in education, training, and employment services. Our mission is to offer the American Indian community services and resources to remove barriers to self-determination and empowerment while strengthening family, community, and tribal bonds.
The Wisconsin Association of African American Lawyers
WAAL is an association of African American Lawyers dedicated to ensuring diversity in Wisconsin's legal community. The purpose of WAAL is to ensure the diversification of the legal community. To this end, WAAL sponsors an annual Mock Trial Competition for urban high school students, co-sponsors judicial forums with other bar associations, and provides scholarships to African-American law students attending Marquette University Law School and the University of Wisconsin Law School.
UMOS, Inc. (Milwaukee Job Center South)
UMOS is a private, non-profit corporation established in 1965 to advocate for and provide services to Hispanic migrant and seasonal farmworkers in Wisconsin. Today, UMOS’ mission is to provide programs and services which improve the employment, education, health, and housing opportunities of under-served populations. Currently UMOS operates programs to assist low-income individuals and families as they gain economic self-sufficiency.
UW-Madison Multicultural Student Center
The primary mission of the Multicultural Student Center is: To collaboratively strengthen and sustain an inclusive campus where all students, particularly students of color and other historically underserved students, are engaged and can realize an authentic Wisconsin Experience.
UW-Milwaukee African American Student Academic Services
The College of Letters and Science's African American Student Academic Services (AASAS) is specifically designed to guide African American Students through the maze of college requirements. AASAS advisors are skilled professionals who provide academic advising and support to African American students in the College of Letters and Science. They keep abreast of degree requirements and University policies that ultimately affect the students they advise. Working cooperatively with professionals in other areas, African American students are provided with opportunities that will result in achievemen
UW-Milwaukee Association of Black Accountants Student Chapter
The purpose of NABA is to bestow students with the opportunity to build interpersonal, networking, business and leadership skills. In order to facilitate the accomplishments of these goals, there will be a support group to help develop and foster professional relationships with members of the accounting and finance professions. NABA will also help students build a strong foundation in accounting and finance classes before entering their profession of choice.
Wisconsin Association of Hispanic Nurses
The National Association of Hispanic Nurses™ (NAHN™) was founded in 1975 by Ildaura Murillo-Rohde, PhD, RN, ND, FAAN. It evolved out of the Ad Hoc Committee of the Spanish-Speaking/Spanish Surname Nurses’ Caucus, which was formed during the American Nurses Association convention in San Francisco in 1974. In 1976, the organization became the National Association of Spanish-Speaking / Spanish-Surnamed Nurses, which was renamed as the National Association of Hispanic Nurses™ in 1979.
Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
By joining the Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce, you become part of an organization that dedicates its time and resources to advocating for economic development in the Black community. You will be a part of an organization that dedicates its time and resources to educating and preparing the Black business community for future growth. You will be a part of a network of organizations that have dedicated their time and resources to building partnerships among black businesses.
|There are currently 25 Minorities Outreach Partners receiving positions from MilwaukeeJobs.com|
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