A living document of resources for diversity in hiring : job boards, organizations, educational resources.
- Blendoor : a job-matching app that hides candidates' name, photo, gender and race information, only highlighting what's relevant to the job listing, like professional history and educational background.
- Jopwell : a career advancement platform for Black, Latino/Hispanic, and Native American students and professionals.
- Limbo : an open & anonymous job platform for quietly looking for a new role. Hides candidates' name, gender and race information. Allows users to optionally identify as members of an underrepresented group.
- People Of Color In Tech (POCIT) : A patreon-supported independent community job board for people of color in technology. The site includes job postings and advice columns.
- Tech Connection : a recruitment platform dedicated to improving the success rates of underrepresented talents.
- Anita Borg Institute : a global nonprofit organization that aims to recruit, retain, and advance women in technology.
- Career Women : connecting qualified Career Women with professional opportunities.
- FairyGodBoss : Fairygodboss helps women get hard-to-ask questions answered ( eg. pay, corporate culture, benefits and work flexibility). The platform offers company ratings, job listings, discussion boards and career advice.
- Find My Flock : a recruiting company built by and for gender-diverse developers with a mentorship-focused learning program.
- Hackbright Academy : an online platform dedicated to giving women of diverse backgrounds the power and skills to build a long and successful career in the tech industry.
- Hire Tech Ladies : a community for women in tech.
- Lane : Lane by Women2.0 caters specifically to women in tech, posting vetted jobs for engineers, data scientists, and product managers.
- Mogul : a platform for women around the world.
- Mother Coders : MotherCoders is expanding the tech talent pool by helping women with kids gain the skills, knowledge, and connections they need to thrive in today's digital economy.
- NCWIT : the National Center for Women & Information Technology
- Power To Fly : PowerToFly strives to connect accomplished women with jobs that actually lead to work-life balance.
- Society Of Women Engineers :
- The Muse : the Muse’s readership is 65% women, and 77% of its candidates have graduate degrees.
- The Ola Initiative : a platform that provides opportunities for networking, professional development, and growth opportunities for underrepresented women of color in the technology sector.
- Webgrrls : an online and offline networking organization of professional business women focused on propelling their careers and businesses forward.
- WEPAN : a non-profit educational organization founded in 1990 to be a catalyst for change to enhance the success of women in the engineering professions.
- Werk : Werk prioritizes workplace flexibility in its job posts, appealing to women who know that flexible workplaces increase their likelihood of success
- Women In Technology : Women in Technology (WIT) has the sole aim of advancing women in technology -- from the classroom to the boardroom.
- Women In Technology International : WITI helps women advance by providing access to - and support from - other professional women working in all sectors of technology.
- Women Who Code : a global non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers.
- WomenHack : organizer of in-person "speed dating" interview fairs, working with companies to host a local meet-n-greet for women in tech.
LGBTQIA Community focused
- Lesbians Who Tech : a Community of Queer Women in or around tech (and the people who love them).
- Techtonica : Techtonica partners with tech companies to provide free tech training, living stipends, and job placement to women and non-binary, feminine-adjacent adults in need in the Bay Area.
- Trans*H4CK : TransHack focuses on creating technology to empower the transgender community.
People of Color focused
- All Star Code: provides young men of color the skills, networks and mindsets they need to succeed in tech through our coding and computer programs.
- Be Visible : BeVisible allows Latinxs to connect to peers, mentors, and resources — including recruiters from top universities and companies.
- HBCU Careers : Historically Black Colleges and Universities career center.
- Mi Casa : Mi Casa has been dedicated to advancing the economic success of Latino and working families in the Denver Metro area.
- NBSE : The National Society of Black Engineers
- SACNAS : Advancing Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science.
- The HBCU Career Center
Specific to people with disabilities
- Lime Connect : a global not for profit organization that's rebranding disability through achievement.
Veteran Community focused
- Veteran Job Listings : US veterans job board.
Organizations educating on and promoting diversity and inclusion
- /dev/color : a non-profit organization whose mission is to empower Black software engineers to help one another grow into industry leaders.
- Black Girls Code : BGC’s vision is to increase the number of women of color in the digital space by empowering girls of color ages 7 to 17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology.
- Blind Institute of Technologies : the Blind Institute of Technologies offers services and assistance at each stage to both candidates with disabilities, and their potential employers.
- Code2040 : a community of Black and Latinx technologists and their allies who are diversifying tech to create a more equitable, inclusive, and prosperous economy.
- Dev Chix : diverse group of women from a variety of technical and experience background, with a common goal of providing education, support, and mentorship to current and future women in technology.
- Equili (formerly LadyCoders) : Equili brings diversity to the tech industry through speaking engagements, workshops, transformative events, app challenges, and community building.
- Girl Develop It : a nonprofit organization that exists to provide affordable and judgment-free opportunities for women interested in learning web and software development.
- The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing : a series of conferences designed to bring the research and career interests of women in computing to the forefront.
- Hack The Hood : a nonprofit organization that introduces low-income youth to careers in technology by hiring and training them to build websites for small businesses in their own communities.
- HACU : Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
- Latinas In STEM : Latinas in STEM’s primary purpose is to spread awareness about STEM and inspire and encourage middle school and high-school Latinas, especially within underserved communities, to strongly consider pursuing a STEM career.
- Project Include : Non-profit that uses data and advocacy to accelerate diversity and inclusion solutions in the tech industry. Includes specific, actionable advice for organizations.
- qeyno : an independent, membership-driven think thank dedicated to increasing understanding and influencing how the future is shaped by closing the digital divide once and for all.
- Resilient Coders : Spreading code literacy to young people from traditionally underserved communities.
- She Geeks Out : She Geeks Out’s mission is to educate, promote and support diverse and inclusive companies and organizations
- She++ : a non-profit organization that works to empower underrepresented groups in technology by dismantling negative stereotypes surrounding technical careers
- SOGAL : a platform for the next generation of diverse entrepreneurs and investors. SoGal offers startup advisory, incubating resources, networking opportunities, mentorships and investor relations to help members succeed.
- Tech Jobs Tour : organizing tours that bring together diverse and non-traditional talent with companies who need their skills the most.