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Diversity in the workplace will increase significantly in the coming years as a growing number of people belonging to historically underrepresented groups seek employment in a global economy. Successful employers have recognized the need for action and policy regarding diversity initiatives and understand the benefits of having a diverse employee base. An organization's commitment to diversity should be important to all job candidates in selecting companies of interest. As you begin your job search, utilize the resources below to assist you in researching a company's diversity policies and efforts.

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Hawkeye Spotlight

James Huerta sits on top of the Old Capitol Ledge looking beyond

High-flying Hawkeye

Tuesday, December 28, 2021
University of Iowa graduating senior James Huerta, who enrolled in the Army ROTC during college, will be an officer at the Army’s flight school at Fort Rucker in Alabama, where he ultimately hopes to fly Black Hawk helicopters.
Luz Alcala

Luz Alcala wants to pay it forward

Monday, December 27, 2021
Luz Alcala came to the University of Iowa to earn a business degree, but the first-generation student will graduate with so much more.
University of Iowa graduate Carrie Schuettpelz looks beyond the frame standing in front of a colorful mural

Bringing a passion for policy to the classroom

Monday, December 27, 2021
University of Iowa graduate Carrie Schuettpelz wants to teach students how to effect change. She returned to campus in 2018 to share the perspectives she’s gained since leaving campus, ones that have come from living abroad, graduate study at Harvard, and federal work on homelessness.