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DiversityJobs Announces 2014 Scholarship Finalists – help us choose one winner!

[W]e are proud to announce the six finalists for the 2014 DiversityJobs Scholarship award, which include future journalists, doctors, nurses, music therapists, teachers, and political scientists.   We received...

Software engineer shares thrills and spills of the computer science industry

This software engineer made her mark working on major projects for a world-renowned amusement park while overcoming discrimination and sexual harassment. 30 years after beginning her career in computer...

Studying Business Administration to achieve the dreams of serving her people across the Navajo Nation

My name is Jamy Malone and I am of the Deer Water clan. My maternal grandfather is of the Sleepy Rock clan and my paternal grandfather is of the Red Beard clan. I am a proud member of the Diné (Navajo) tribe...

Leilah Moeinzadeh – DiversityJobs Scholarship Finalist for August 2012

When it comes to social and environmental justice, I have a personal responsibility to represent those who are socially and politically underrepresented. Through majoring in Urban Studies, I have committed my...

Data analyst pushes past personal weaknesses: finds inner-confidence and success

Only two years into her career, this data analyst has already overcome academic discrimination, achieved international recognition for her research, and has earned a management role with her non-profit...

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