These resources are included to help you plan the next steps in your career.
Please note, we do not endorse any of the organisations these sites are linked to, they are here for your information only.
BYP Network described by many as ‘LinkedIn for black professionals’ helps to connect ambitious future leaders with each other for networking purposes and with corporations for job opportunities.
Prepare talented students from ethnic minority or low socioeconomic backgrounds for career success.
The Foundation exists to inspire a more equal, inclusive society, and to foster opportunities for marginalised young people in the UK.
The Windsor Fellowship runs a number of programmes designed for BAME students and graduates.
Mainly aimed at African professionals in the diaspora, ReConnect has useful information for those wishing to work and live in Africa. It has a job section, news on employers and businesses, information on events and networking, and advice on relocation.
Finance and Law
WCAN is a social enterprise dedicated to the personal and professional development of black women.
Representing and supporting Asian Lawyers in the UK.
Black Lawyer Directory (BLD)
Runs a range of training events specifically aimed at supporting young people from ethnic minority or socio-economically underprivileged backgrounds who are interested in a career in the legal profession. Offers an annual 'Legal Launch Pad (LLP) programme', targeted at first and second year students from ethnic minorities.
Black Solicitors Network
Committed to achieving equality of access, retention and promotion of black solicitors. Information for students on ‘Workshops and Training’, a ‘BAME Careers Guide’ and an events calendar.
The Law Society – Ethnic Minority Lawyers Division
Supports and promotes solicitors and their allies through the provision of career-enhancing events, information and networking opportunities.
Association for Black and Minority Ethnic engineers (AFBE-UK)
AFBE-UK promotes higher achievements in education and engineering particularly among people from black and minority ethnicity (BAME) backgrounds.
Black British Professionals in STEM
A hub for inclusive employers and diverse talent in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and related fields.
Creative, Marketing & PR
Creative Diversity Network (CDN)
Focuses on working with member broadcasters on sharing expertise, resources and models of good practice. These include modernising the casting and portrayal of ethnic minorities in mainstream programming and establishing industry standards for the collection of ethnic monitoring data.
Taylor Bennett Foundation
The Taylor Bennett Foundation seeks to address the need for greater diversity in the public relations industry. The website provides information on their various training programmes.