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DIVERSITY RECRUITMENT PARTNERS (DRP)

Connecting Job Seekers of Diverse Backgrounds With Employers Committed to Diversity

DIVERSITY RECRUITMENT PARTNERS is a certified minority vendor that partners with employers who are committed to implementing diversity and inclusion initiatives for both compliance obligations and to increase the overall bottom line with a more diverse workforce.

  • IMDiversity.com is a job board specific to the recruitment of experienced job seekers of diverse backgrounds all types of majors and degree levels. It also serves as a hub of information and resources regarding job opportunities, industry reports, diversity issues and graduate/professional schools.
  • DIVERSITY EMPLOYERS is a job board with career opportunities that specifically target recent diverse college graduates of all types of majors and degree levels.
  • DIVERSITY in Ed is a job board that connects job-seeking teachers of diverse backgrounds with school employers, educational institutions, and professional organizations committed to diversity recruitment.

Why Register?

EXPAND YOUR REACH

The event offers a unique opportunity for bilingual and diverse candidates seeking career opportunities to connect with hiring representatives real-time in a live virtual setting. The virtual career fair is an innovative and efficient platform that will create a great experience that will lead to more connections and ultimately more hires for those who attend.

RECRUITMENT OF NEW GRADS & EXPERIENCED CANDIDATES

Thousands of new and experienced, job-seeking, diverse talent from Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic Serving Institutions as well as Asian American, Native American and Multicultural Departments of top colleges and universities nationwide are expected to attend. Members of Professional Minority Groups, Organizations & Associations will also be in attendance.

THE BOTTOM LINE

  • Eliminate travel and related expenses!
  • Attend the virtual event from anywhere you want.
  • There are no limits to the engagement between job seekers and employers through means of individual and group chat rooms as well as private video interviews.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Diversity Recruitment Partners include the Expo’s hosts IMDiversity.com, DIVERSITY EMPLOYERS and DIVERSITY in Ed, the Expo’s sponsors Achievement First, Chelsea Public Schools, Clark County School District, Duval County Public Schools, Seattle Public Schools, and all registered employers.
  • Find open career opportunities that match your interests and qualifications
  • Upload resumes and other supporting documents for employers to review
  • Review in-depth career and company information prior to virtual career fair to customize resumes
  • Engage in real-time individual and group chats with recruiters, department heads and company leaders
  • Participate in interactive virtual forums and webinar presentations
  • It’s FREE to participate
  • Access a national pool of job-seeking candidates of bilingual and diverse backgrounds
  • Manage your own company chat room and sessions with unlimited recruiters
  • Interact with candidates as a group or privately
  • Tool to conduct video interviews
  • Access to search and screen resumes from database of registered candidates
  • Company profile, logo, one-month of unlimited job postings
  • Technology to include pre-recoded video presentations and/or live presentations
  • Save time, travel, and staff required to participate in all day, on-site events
  • Eliminate transportation and overhead costs associated with booth design and production
The fair open to all types of majors and degree levels. New and experienced candidates are invited to participate.
The virtual chat room is always open, however, the hours companies are present are defined by their recruiters. Employers’ chat hours are listed on their profile page.
Yes, but this is completely up to the employer. Some employers use this forum for screening (and interviews take place afterward) while others conduct phone interviews, video interviews, or schedule in-person interviews during or after the event. Many employers make job offers to candidates found through the virtual career fairs.
Important Note: Joining employers’ chat sessions is the first step in potentially securing an interview that may lead to a job offer.
You will need a webcam to participate in video chats or receive their audio/video broadcasts.
There is not a waiting list, just a natural ebb and flow of visitors. Recruiters may have a lot of traffic (just as in a live fair) and cannot reach everyone immediately. Remember that patience is highly appreciated by the recruiters and the right job is worth the wait!