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Self-Guided Learning

A collection of resources to gain insight and knowledge of the workplace as a Black person.

Leading as a Black Woman

Sheneisha White speaks with Dr. Jacquelyn Malcolm, the CIO and VP of Enrollment, Marketing & Communications at Buffalo State College, about the non-traditional route she took to get to where she is and a whole lot more. 

Job Search Resources & Associations

Equitable access to employment opportunities helps to support the career development of Black and POC, below are job search resources and information to assist with navigating the employment process. 

The #1 Black Canadian online magazine covering topics ranging from new Black Canadian entrepreneurs, Black Canadian business profiles, Black Canadian history, and profiles on Black Canadian artists.

Canada's Best Diversity Employers recognizes employers across Canada that have exceptional workplace diversity and inclusiveness programs. is a popular online destination for diverse job candidates in the United States.

Build social capital one great connection at a time within an active, productive and fun professional network within the African Diaspora.

The Black Professionals in Tech Network (BPTN) is bridging the network gap between Black talent and career opportunities across North America.

HueMax Recruitment is a full-service, Social Impact Recruitment Agency with a mission to make hiring a Black employee a smart and easy decision for local medium to large companies. 

CAFCAN is a registered charitable organization whose primary focus is on building and strengthening the service framework for African Canadian children, youth and families through culturally safe individual and group counselling supports, case management services, employment services, youth mentorship, and youth outreach programs.

Internal and External Partnerships

Whether you are looking for community or opportunities to network and get involved, leveraging existing George Brown community hubs and partnerships is always a great place to start. 

The Black Student Success Network (BSSN) is a community of black students, faculty and staff dedicated to encouraging the success of black students at George Brown and beyond. BSSN provides a safe space in which to meet, share, socialize and learn from black community members and allies.

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Closing the systemic gap in the hiring, retention and promotion of Black college and university students for roles in corporate Canada.

Mentorship Programs

Mentorship helps to support career development and guidance, it encourages inclusion and diversity by allowing Black and POC the opportunity to develop leadership skills and confidence, Mentoring programs can assist in removing obstacles and eliminating institutional barriers.

A non-profit, charitable organization that addresses equity and opportunity for the Black community in business, employment, education and economic development.

A movement for good jobs and opportunities through investment in major infrastructure projects & neighbourhood revitalization. 

Helping Canadian Businesses Get Funding Discover Government Grants & Loans.

Strengthening Black professionals in leadership by providing access & training in order to increase awareness, self-esteem, confidence.

Dedicated to supporting young entrepreneurs aged 18-39. 

Building sector capacity to expand access to mentoring across Canada, focused in four areas: research, technology, public education and development of regional networks.

An organization formed generate commerce for Black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs to create economic development within our proud Black communities across Canada.

Black Connect is dedicated to eliminating the racial wealth gap in America by increasing the number and success rate of Black-owned businesses.