Resources for Diverse Populations

Resources for International Students

International students often face a set of challenges finding work in the U.S.—from language and culture to visa restrictions. Learn more about these issues, and what you can do to overcome them.

Resources for international Students

Resources for LGBTQ Students

We address key questions about disclosing sexual orientation and gender identity and provide resources to help you understand your legal rights and evaluate employers.

Resources for LGBTQ students

Resources for Students of Color

Our collection of career resources for students who identify as one or more of the following racial or ethnic groups: African, Alaskan Native, Asian, Black, Chican@, Desi, Hispanic, Indigenous, Latinx, Native, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander.

Resources for students of color

Resources for students with disabilities

Get help answering questions about disclosure, accommodations and your legal rights. We also provide some places to search for jobs or internships.

Resources for students with disabilities

Resources for undocumented students

Undocumented students face a special set of challenges in their career journeys. As a Catholic and Jesuit institution, Georgetown values the dignity of all members of the community, regardless of immigration status. The Cawley Career Education Center staff and the Georgetown community are here to offer support to undocumented students through their career searches.

Resources for undocumented students

Resources for veterans

This page highlights career resources that may be useful to you if you have served or are currently serving in the military, plus some additional resources for military family members and spouses.

Resources for veterans

Resources for women

There are issues in U.S. workplaces that disproportionately affect women. We’ve gathered information to help you understand what your rights are, and how to find the support you need throughout your career development process.

Resources for women