Attn:  Employers Seeking Diversity Candidates

Why post your job opportunities to a single job board when, for almost the same cost, you can post them to all 37 high-traffic niche job boards which comprise our Diversity Job Board Network? 

Our network includes our own site, Veteran Jobs Gateway, plus 36 additional specialized  diversity-friendly job boards (all listed below), enabling you to target many thousands of active diversity candidates per day!  (And you can expect uniquely well-qualified resumes from the specialized candidates who visit these niche job boards.)

The cost is much less than what you’d pay if you advertised in each of these diversity job boards separately, and also less than if you advertised in an expensive general-purpose job board like Monster or CareerBuilder.

According to JOB TARGET, which hosts our networks, the Diversity Job Board Network is visited by job seekers over 190,000 times per day. It is the largest, most comprehensive such network online.

A 60 day posting costs only $475.00. To order, please begin by creating an account here (click on “Post a Job”) after which you can continue to our Order Form to place your 60-day Diversity Job Board Network job posting (scroll down page slightly).  

Sign up now and start reaching great candidates — including American Vets — whom you’d never find elsewhere!

Questions? Please visit our Job Board Network Q&A.


All of the following associations and organizations have joined our Network to promote diversity hiring.  Post your job now! 

  • Advancing Women

    AdvancingWomen has been a top Women’s Career site offering diversity recruiting since 1996. Using state-of-the-art career site technology, strategic content, and deep ties within the diversity community, targets professional women, Hispanics / Latinos and other diverse, minority populations. We recognize and are leading major corporations to recognize. We’ll keep you up to date on the best opportunities out there. And for the latest news on diversity issues, visit our AW Diversity Blog. Corporate recruiting clients have included TMP Worldwide, Inc., Sun Microsystems, U.S. Department of Commerce, National Association of Women Lawyers, Fedex Kinko’s, Accenture Technology Solutions, and Guidance Software, Inc.

  • Alpha Psi Lambda National

    Alpha Psi Lambda was founded in 1985 on the campus of the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. Since then the organization has grown to include over 2,100 members, 22 collegiate chapters in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Florida and Texas and 7 alumni associations. The expansion of Alpha Psi Lambda to universities across the country extends its influence more and more each year. We are a co-educational fraternity geared towards the goals of Latino students on university campuses. As the fastest growing minority in this country, it is becoming more and more important that the Latino community continue their education. This trend has also brought with it a need for cultural awareness, cultural identity, and cross cultural understanding. As a result, there is an increases need for Alpha Psi Lambda for which we try to assist in the identity of our culture. This trend has been demonstrated by the growth of our fraternity.

  • American Association for Affirmative Action (AAAA)

    The American Association for Affirmative Action is the association of professionals managing affirmative action, equal opportunity, diversity and other human resource programs. The Association is composed of individuals and organizations from the public and private sectors, business, social service, legal, government, and education. Founded in 1974, the Association provides training and educational programs to promote the professional growth and development of its 2,000 individual and corporate members.

  • American Indian Business Leaders

    AIBL serves as a national liaison for its student members seeking summer, cooperative and career employment. AIBL provides the only centralized resource for tribes, community businesses, governments, corporations and non-profits, to recruit American Indian business students, as well as students from other academic areas who are developing their professional and leadership skills.

  • American Senior Benefits Association

    The American Senior Benefits Association is a national 501(c) (3) organization dedicated to education, advocacy and member benefits for men and women age 50 and up.

  • Association of Black Health-System Pharmacists

    The mission of the ABHP is to foster collaboration, leadership, education, advocacy, and research (“our mission is C L E A R”) that protects and improve the health status and quality of life of minority patients and to advance the practice of minority and other pharmacists in the health systems.


    Launched in March 2006, ColorsCareers is a diversity-based job portal specifically designed to connect candidates of color with Northwest employers looking to hire and staff a workforce that reflects the diversity of the Northwest. ColorsCareers is a free comprehensive resource for job seekers and a valuable tool that employers can use to post jobs and review resumes online. ColorsNWCareers focuses on diversity job issues and offers job listings only available from employers that value diversity.

  • Directory of Black Owned Businesses & Organizations

    Within the context of an African Worldview, we envision a Black Nationalist community of Black business owners, institutions and organizations organized in solidarity and driven by an economic engine toward the empowerment of the Black community as a source of production, manufacturing, and distribution of good and services.

  • Diversity MBA

    Today’s workplace demands innovation, creativity, and high performance to achieve ultimate success. Diversity MBA Magazine offer answers to the most pressing questions of the day. Our magazine focuses on multiple dimensions of the diversity experience delivering compelling strategies and best practices to ensure your ultimate success. For the recent grad, Diversity MBA Magazine offers job opportunities and market research on the best companies to work for that focus on diversity.

  • is a Career Job Board and Information Resource for Physicians regardless of age, race, gender, religion, education, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or physical characteristics. We are a “niche” website for Physicians of all levels of practice from Medical Students, Residents, Fellows on up to Medical Directors and CMO’s. We strive to be the 1st place Physicians look to for careers opportunities and information as it pertains to the Medical profession, careers, education and diversity.

  • DiversityNursing is an idea that grew over time. As we talk with employers around the country, it has become clear that nurse recruiters needed a way to reach out to a broader, more diverse group of nurses. The patient population is ever-changing and so too is the nursing demographic. We support the career development and success of nurses from all levels of experience and all different backgrounds.

  • Emergency Management Professional Organization for Women’s Enrichment

    The emergency management organization for women…Emergency Management Professional Organization for Women’s Enrichment™ (EMPOWER) is a 501(c)(3) that was created to build a platform where professionals can come together to share experiences, build skills, and expand and deepen industry knowledge. This vision will facilitate the advancement and enrichment of women in emergency management. EMPOWER is about strengthening and uniting women to encourage and enthusiastically support their growth and success.

  • EOP’S Diversity and Inclusion Career Center

    WWW.EOP.COM/ EOP’S DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION CAREER CENTER A premier diversity online job board reaching women, members of minority groups, and people with disabilities. We connect employers dedicated to hiring a diversified workforce with qualified job seekers in all career backgrounds. Many posting options are offered, including Automatic Bulk Post, Job Alert, and OFCCP tracking. Since 1968, Equal Opportunity Publications, Inc. (EOP) publishes seven national diversity career magazines, including Equal Opportunity, Woman Engineer, Minority Engineer, CAREERS & the disABLED, African-American Career World, Hispanic Career World, and Workforce Diversity.

  • Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee

    To create a dynamic environment for Hispanic professionals to thrive by fostering leadership, mentoring, education, networking, and new initiatives that support Hispanics and Hispanic businesses.

  • INSIGHT Into Diversity

    INSIGHT Into Diversity is a 35-year-old leading national diversity and inclusion magazine (read by 1 million monthly) and corresponding website. Highly regarded for its in-depth content and extensive career opportunity listings, INSIGHT Into Diversity successfully connects employers to the most highly qualified diverse professionals. Visit for more information.

  • International Society of Diversity and Inclusion Professionals

    The International Society of Diversity and Inclusion Professionals (ISDIP) is the first comprehensive professional association that spans across industries and across public and private sectors. The ISDIP views diversity and inclusion through a comprehensive lens that includes four strategic pillars: organizational development, supplier diversity, workforce diversity, and community engagement.

  • Latin American Association (LAA)

    The Latin American Association is a nonprofit organization that provides comprehensive transitional services for Latinos as they strive for self-sufficiency and an enhanced quality of life.

  • Mamiverse

    We are an online hub for Latina moms and families. Our platform is a community, news, and lifestyle site for like-minded women, with content that speaks to specific cultural perspectives and needs. We aim to unite this powerful and passionate group, creating a social networking hub of savvy women and families through empowering stories and voices.

  • National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR)

    Welcome to the website for the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR). We are a national organization of human resources professionals concerned with improving the professional development of its members. NAAAHR is dedicated to providing a national forum where African Americans can share, gain information and provide leadership on issues affecting their individual careers and the quality of work life for other human resources.

  • National Association of Asian American Professionals

    NAAAP: The National Association of Asian American Professionals is the largest and fastest growing Asian American professional organization in the U.S. and Canada. Vision: “NAAAP is the proving ground for North-American Asian Professionals, forging leaders of tomorrow through professional development, cultural awareness, and community service

  • National Association of Haitian Professionals

    The National Association of Haitian Professionals (NAHP) is a non-profit organization founded in 2011 to prepare Haitian Professionals for leadership positions within the culturally diverse workforce throughout the United States. The NAHP is a vital resource in the advancement of Haitian professionals, entrepreneurs, and students in the workforce; and we are committed to building intellectual and economic wealth within the Haitian community through the development of partnerships, networking, and access to resources.

  • National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)

    The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) originally began as Women in Construction of Fort Worth, Texas. It was founded in 1953 by 16 women working in the construction industry. Knowing that women represented only a small fraction of the construction industry, the founders organized NAWIC to create a support network. Women in Construction of Fort Worth was so successful that it gained its national charter in 1955 and became the National Association of Women in Construction. NAWIC’s core purpose is to enhance the success of women in the construction industry. NAWIC has a membership of 5,500 with 179 chapters in almost every U.S. state.

  • National Black MBA Association – Philadelphia (NBMBAAP)

    The Philadelphia Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. focuses on its vision to be a leader in the creation of economic and intellectual wealth in our community. Through innovative programs, partnerships with key stakeholders, by increasing awareness and facilitating access, our mission is to positively impact the success of African Americans in the business community.

  • National Womens Career Expo

    The National Women’s Career Expo is proud to offer a variety of services that assist job seekers and companies find the best match for them including: Career Conferences / Expos Networking Parties Job Match Services On-Line Job Board Career Develpoment Consulting

  • Organization of Black Designers

    The Organization of Black Designers is a non-profit international professional association dedicated to promoting the visibility, empowerment and interaction of its membership and the understanding and value that diverse design perspectives contribute to world culture and commerce.

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  • The HBCU Career Center

    The HBCU Career Center was established in 2007 with one primary goal – to support the professional development and career success of the uniquely diverse students, alumni and staff of America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). Employers interested in connecting with this audience and the extended communities they serve, should share job and internship opportunities through our job board.

  • The National Organization for Diversity in Sales and Marketing

    The National Organization for Diversity in Sales and Marketing is a professional membership organization focused on helping companies diversify their sales and marketing talent as well as develop culturally competent sales and marketing personnel to ensure that their advertising messages are being delivered effectively to multicultural consumers. NODSM has a strong database of diverse sales and marketing talent and offers consulting services to companies to support recruiting and marketing efforts.

  • The Network Journal

    The Network Journal’s Career Center provides the opportunity to attract qualified highly educated candidates from traditionally under represented groups. Our Career Center serves as a resource for candidates seeking career opportunities with companies that are committed to developing a strong pipeline of future leaders. Think outside of the box and establish new consumer relationships via passive and active job seekers. The Network Journal’s Career Center serves as a strategic marketing tool that provides branding opportunities allowing your organization to break through the clutter and gain the competitive advantage! Our career center is much more than a simple job board, it’s an interactive online social networking community committed to preparing candidates with the necessary tools and resources required to achieve their career goals by providing career-focused content in the career center environment. Taking advantage of this unique recruitment branding resource will allow your organization to earn the loyalty of employee prospects and consumers.

  • Ugandan North American Association

    Ugandan North American Association (UNAA) is the largest formal association of Ugandans in the Diaspora. The objective of the organization is to promote the social, cultural and economic advancement of the Ugandan Community in North America. The Ugandan Community in North America and Canada numbers over 120,000 individuals.

  • Veteran Jobs Gateway

    Our site offers unique access to military veteran jobseekers, principally professional and paraprofessional candidates.

  • Women Healthcare Executives Network

    Women Health Executives Network (WHEN) is a not-for-profit professional organization founded in Chicago in 1981 by a group of professional women health care executives who recognized a need for professional exchange and contact with other professional women in the heathcare field. WHEN is an affiliate chapter of The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) providing healthcare executives with opportunities for professional development through educational and social activities. There are 82 ACHE chapters and 6 Women’s Healthcare Executive Networks in the United States. WHEN is Chicago’s premier healthcare community providing a diverse forum for the advancement of women leaders. As one of the only six ACHE women’s chapters in the United States, WHEN provides a tremendous opportunity for women healthcare leaders to network. It also offers several professional development seminars to enhance their careers throughout the year.

  • Women In Manufacturing

    Women in Manufacturing began in November 2009 with a small group of Precision Metalforming Association (PMA) members who gathered at the FABTECH tradeshow in Chicago to discuss best practices, business conditions and unique challenges and needs as minorities in the field. This intimate group subsequently met in 2010 and 2011 before broadening its scope to network with women in all areas and industries within manufacturing. The group arrived at the concept of a women in manufacturing meeting and launched the Women in Manufacturing SUMMIT 2011, where 130 women gathered in Cleveland, OH, on October 25-26, 2011. The Women in Manufacturing SUMMIT 2012, held October 29-30 in Milwaukee, WI, grew to attract 200 female manufacturing leaders. As a result of this success, the group has broadened its offerings to include additional year-round networking opportunities, mentoring programs, quarterly e-newsletters and an online directory. Our mission: encourage the engagement of women who have chosen a career in the manufacturing industry and want to share perspectives, gain cutting edge manufacturing information, improve leadership and communication skills, participate in sponsoring programs and network with industry peers. WiM is an organization that focuses on the support, retention and advancement of women in the manufacturing industry. We hope to be a key resource as you continue to engage and progress throughout your personal and professional endeavors. Women in Manufacturing is a subgroup of the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA), a full-service trade association which is a 501 (c)(6) organization that represents the $113-billion metalforming industry of North America—the industry that creates precision metal products using stamping, fabricating, spinning, slide forming and roll forming technologies, and other value-added processes.

  • Women in Technology International

    Carolyn Leighton founded Women in Technology International to help women advance by providing access to – and support from – other professional women working in all sectors of technology. WITI started in 1989 as The International Network of Women in Technology and, in 2001, evolved into The WITI Professional Association, the world’s leading trade association for tech-savvy women. Today, WITI is the premiere global organization empowering women in business and technology to achieve unimagined possibilities. WITI products and services include: Networking, WITI Marketplace, Career Services/Search, National Conferences and Regional Events, Publications and Resources, Small Business

  • Women@Work Network

    The Women@Work Network connects top-notch mid to senior-level current & returning professional women seeking permanent, consulting and temp positions to employers nationwide. A women-owned contingency firm the press often cites as a leading resource for hard-to-find, highly skilled & diverse talent, our recruiting is enhanced by strong alliances with top business schools & professional organizations.