Tulane University is a host to a rich and diverse student body.
This webpage exists to address the informational needs of several different student populations.
Our Career Advisors are happy to help you with any personal needs or concerns you may have. Please call 504-865-5107 to make an appointment today.
Should you have any more questions or your needs were not addressed on our site, do not hesitate to visit the Tulane Career Center for more personalized help.
To successfully secure employment in the USA, there are a number of important things that you need to do as an international student.
Students with disabilities may have questions about discussing appropriate accommodations in the hiring process, or disclosing their disability to potential employers. Career Coaches are available by appointment to help you in the following areas:
People with disabilities are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) which:
Students can also visit the Goldman Office of Disability Services to learn more information about accommodations and accessibility in the workplace.
The United States Department of Veteran's Affairs (VA) provides a wide range of benefits at national, regional, and state levels. AS indicated on the VA website, some of these benefits include disability, education and training, and vocational rehabilitation and employment.
The Tulane Career Center can help Veterans translate their skills learned in the military training to skills that can be applied in the civilian workplace. Career Coaches can also assist Veterans in defining clear career goals or building a resume tailored for the civilian workforce.
One of the important life tasks many LGBTI students face is coming out. The workplace can be one environment where LGBTI persons are fearful about bullying and abuse, either physically or emotionally. Although many LGBTI students may choose to be open about their identity to other people, a substantial number of those choose not to disclose their identity status in the workplace.
If you have questions or concerns about being out on your resume, in the interview, or in the workplace, please stop by the Tulane Career Center to speak with a Career Coach or visit The Office for Gender and Sexual Diversity on campus.
Career Tips for LGBTI students:
Many employers celebrate diversity and have made commitments to advocate for LGBTI individuals in the workplace.
While gender discrimination in the workplace is illegal under federal and state laws, women can sometimes face invisible barriers and unwarranted discrimination in the workplace. Women who are single, married, or in a committed relationship may face challenges with balancing work and family lives
A Career Advisor can answer any questions you may have on handling issues of gender discrimination or sexual harassment in the workplace, balancing career and personal lives, and finding resources to assist in your career development.
The Tulane Career Center can assist those students who may fall outside of the "traditional" college student profile. Whether you are over a certain age, balancing multiple jobs at once, raising a family, or switching careers, Career Advisors are here to assist you in starting a successful job search.
Finding a job is full-time job in itself. For those individuals who have been out of the job market for a long period of time, it is important to make sure you are keeping up with the latest trends in the labor market. A Career Coach can give you the latest and most up-to-date information about the job market and the skills and qualities employers now seek in a qualified candidate, as well as how to take advantage of new technological resources, such as LinkedIn.
Launched in 2011, Diversity Employers Magazine and DiversityEmployers.com are published by the New Orleans-based company, IMDiversity, Inc., which also produces the IMDiversity.com Multicultural Villages and Career Center, The Diversity Registry, and THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Online. Diversity Employers is a career and self development magazine targeted to recent college graduates as well as more experienced job seekers and professionals who seek information on careers, job opportunities, graduate/professional school, internships/co-ops, study abroad programs, and other employment and career advancement opportunities. It features free, practical feature content, expert advice, employer information resources, and other tools for identifying and applying for jobs with employers who are interested in recruiting a diverse workforce.
The Tulane Career Center has copies of this publication available in the office, or you can click here to visit their website.
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