Middle Eastern


    DU Career Network - The DU Career Network is a networking platform that connects DU students to alumni, faculty, staff, and community partners with similar interests, degrees, and/or geographic locations.  When registering for the DU Career Network, consider connecting to the Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) group.  Additionally, reach consider connecting to the Shades of Brown Alliance (SOBA) internal group by reaching out to gssw.studentengage@du.edu


    Imams Online - Imams Online has been created as an easily accessible online portal serving as a voice, information, and career placement initiative aimed at prospective Islamic leaders, Imams, Chaplains, Alims, and Aalimah’s. We aim to provide the necessary information to aspiring Muslim leaders that will enable and encourage them to become future beacons of the communities they serve.


    Accommodating Islam in the Workplace: A Work in Progress

    The Memo - A variety of career resources, including our career boot camps with the mission of motivating and encouraging women of color to achieve their personal and professional goals.


    The National Iranian American Council (NIAC) - The National Iranian American Council (NIAC) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization founded in 2002 to give voice to the Iranian-American community. 


    Questions and Answers about the Workplace Rights of Muslims, Arabs, South Asians, and Sikhs under the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

    As the GSSW Career Service Office connects with additional resources & tools they will be added.  If you have insight into an additional resource that has been helpful to you, we would appreciate you sharing this with gssw.careers@du.edu so that it can be promoted to all GSSW students & graduates.

    GSSW Career Services welcomes any feedback that you have on this resource. Please reach out to gssw.careers@du.edu or stop by the GSSW Career Services Office in person.

This portfolio last updated: 30-Nov-2022 4:41 PM