The Intercultural Center at Roger Williams supports the access, retention, and success of minoritized students by centering, uplifting and empowering their identities. The Intercultural Center offers students access and support programs, as well as social and educational outreach.
Here you can find Roger Williams’ many resources, programs, and initiatives aimed to foster and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion and support students of color on campus.
When searching for a job or internship, it is valuable to know how an employer values and prioritizes diversity in their organization. Here you will find a list of identity-based job boards and resources that will help you identify employers that have expressed a commitment to diversity and an interest in hiring diverse candidates.
Networking is the most effective job search tool a student has. Making connections with RWU alumni and industry professionals are a great way to grow professionally and potentially identify new job and/or internship opportunities. Here you will find information about The Roger Connection, The Alumni of Color Network, and Identity-based professional associations.
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