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General Assembly

How General Assembly Is Breaking Barriers To Tech

General Assembly's Opportunity Fund scholarship program allows students like Kazumi to pursue the work they love. To learn more about how General Assembly is helping build a more diverse tech workforce, visit their Social Impact page.

Are you interested in joining their impactful team?

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S&P Global Inc

S&P Global Diversity & Inclusion

S&P Global's Campus Recruiting team recently partnered with their Diversity & Inclusion team to profile recent graduate hires who are active with at least one of S&P Global's 9 employee resource groups. These graduates represent a variety of employee resource groups globally and they come from different backgrounds, programs, and divisions, showcasing the true diversity of S&P Global employees.

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Thales Usa Inc.

Diversity and Inclusion at Thales

Plus, they're currently hiring!

At Thales, they work in open-minded teams that value the diversity each employee brings, whatever their background. In the video above, Thales employees share why they champion for diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

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General Assembly

Data Science Education Lags Behind in Diversity

Below is an article originally written by PowerToFly Partner General Assembly, and published on September 25, 2017. Go to General Assembly's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

As gender and racial representation improve in other tech disciplines, the study of data science hasn't caught up.

In the past few years, much attention has been drawn to the dearth of women and people of color in tech-related fields. A recent article in Forbes noted, "Women hold only about 26% of data jobs in the United States. There are a few reasons for the gender gap: a lack of STEM education for women early on in life, lack of mentorship for women in data science, and human resources rules and regulations not catching up to gender balance policies, to name a few." Federal civil rights data further demonstrate that "black and Latino high school students are being shortchanged in their access to high-level math and science courses that could prepare them for college" and for careers in fields like data science.

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