• UnitedHealth Group: The UnitedHealth Group helps launch data science program at black colleges in Atlanta. UnitedHealth Group is helping a group of historically black colleges and universities in Atlanta expand the teaching of data science, one of the fastest-growing segments of technology study and employment. The company will spend about $1.6 million annually over the next five years for a data-science initiative that will be offered to students at Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Morehouse School of Medicine and Spelman College. For UnitedHealth, the program represents an opportunity to expand a pipeline of prospective future employees in a tech sector that is intensely competitive. It is also a substantial boost in its education-related philanthropy. Over five years, the company will spend $8.25 million on the AUCC data-science program.
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC: PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC boosts their diverse campus hires through their Explore and Start programs. Explore is a one-day early-identification program for college freshmen and sophomores, while Start is an internship experience for top-performing, diverse college students in their sophomore and junior years.
  • Enrst & Young: Ernst & Young’s LAUNCH program targets ethnically diverse freshmen, sophomores and transfer students.
  • Accenture: Accenture provides their own Accenture Student Empowerment Program to female and minority students in their freshman and sophomore year.

STEM Program

Around 20% of Black students earn science and engineering bachelor’s degrees at HBCUs and HBCUs account for approximately 20% of bachelor’s degrees awarded to Black graduates. The below listing are a sampling of colleges and universities producing STEM graduates.

Alabama A&M University – (Computer Sciences, Engineers, Mathematics, and Sciences)

Career Development Services
Director, Career Development Services
Ms. Yvette S. Clayton
Phone: 256-372-8182
Assistant Director
Ms. Angel Lee
Phone: 256-372-8220
Phone: 256-372-5690

FREE: Create an account and post jobs and internships at https://www.aamu.edu/academics/colleges/engineering-technology-physical-sciences/departments/electrical-engineering-computer-science/



Alabama State University – (Computer Science, Physical Sciences and Mathematics)

Director, Career Center
Jeremy Hodge
Phone: 334-229-4156

Career Programs Coordinator
Letitia Smith
Phone: 334-229-4156

FREE: Create an account and post jobs and internships at https://www.alasu.edu/current-students/job-search/



Florida A&M University – (Mathematics, Engineers, Computer Science, Physical Sciences and Biological Sciences)

Career and Development Center
Director, Career and Development Center
Ms. Shereada Harrell
Phone: 850-599-3700
Assistant Director
Ms. Marie Smallwood
Phone: 850-599-3700

Email: careercenter@famu.edu



Fort Valley State – (Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences, Computer Sciences, and Mathematics)
Career and Professional Development
Director, Career and Professional Development
Dr. Romelda Y. Simmons
Phone: 478-825-6350

FREE: Create an account and post jobs and internships at Wildcat CareerZone. If you are interested in taking part in mentoring opportunities or hosting information sessions, please contact Dr. Romelda Y. Simmons at 478-825-6350 or careerservices@fvsu.edu.



Hampton University – (Biological Sciences)

Career Services
Director, Career Services
Ms. Bessie B. Willis
Phone: 757-727-5331
Employer Relations Coordinator
Ms. Shannon C. Fields
Phone: 757-727-5331



Jackson State University – (Physical Sciences and Biological Sciences)

Director, Career Development Services
LaShanda Jordan
Phone: 601-979-2477

FREE: Create an account and post jobs and internships at https://www.jsums.edu/careers/



Morgan State University – (Biological Sciences, Computer Science, Physical Sciences, and Engineers

Director/Recruitment Coordinator
Associate Director/Recruitment Coordinator
Earlene Goodson
Phone: 443-885-3111
Phone: 443-885-3110

FREE: Create an account and post jobs and internships at https://www.morgan.edu/center-for-career-development/for-employers



Norfolk State University – (Mathematics and Physical Sciences)

Director, Career Services
Ms. Alisha Bazemore
Phone: 757-823-8462

Career Services Coordinator
Terri D. Dixon
Phone: 757-823-2346

FREE: Create an account and post jobs and internships at https://www.nsu.edu/student-affairs/career-services/index



North Carolina A&T State University – (Engineers, Physical Sciences, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Biological Sciences)

Office of Career Services
Executive Director, Office of Career Services
Ms. Cynthia Downing
Phone: 336-334-7755
Assistant Director
Phone: 336-334-7755
Email: ocs@ncat.edu

FREE: Create an account and post jobs and internships at https://www.ncat.edu/provost/career-services/index.php



Prairie View A&M University – (Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Engineers)

Career Services
Director, Career Services
Ms. Glenda Jones
Phone: 936-261-3570 ext. 3571
General email: careers@pvamu.edu
General Phone: 936-261-3570

FREE: Create an account and post jobs and internships at http://www.pvamu.edu/sa/departments/employer-services/on-campus-recruiting-request/



Tuskegee University – (Engineering)

Career Development & Placement Services
Executive Assistance to Vice President
Pamela Gray
Phone: 334-724-4746



Virginia State University – (Mathematics)

Career Services
Director, Career Services
Mr. Joseph Lyons
Phone: 804-524-5684
Assistant Director/Employer Relations
Ms. Syndra Yancey
Phone: 804-524-5684

General Phone: 804-524-5211
General Email: careerservices@vsu.edu

FREE: Create an account and post jobs and internships at http://www.vsu.edu/career-services/


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