Black Career Expo

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USF’S Black Achievement, Success, and Engagement initiative (BASE) strives to dismantle the institutional barriers to success that Black students face and empower them with the support and resources necessary to move successfully through the University and into rich and rewarding careers. The Black Career Expo, a featured component of BASE programming, allows Black USF students to connect with Bay Area employers, explore a wide range of career paths and job and internship opportunities, and gain advice from Black professionals on successfully navigating workplace environments and creating a fulfilling career path. The Black Career Expo will be marketed to all 1,700 Black undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in USF’s College of Arts & Sciences, School of Management, School of Nursing and Public Health, School of Education, and School of Law.