Case Studies Detailing What Specific Companies in the U.S. are Doing (or Programs they are Running) to Hire Black Students and Early Career Candidates.
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Journey to Racial Equality by PepsiCo, Advancing Black Pathways by JP Morgan Chase, the New York Jobs CEO Council by CEOs from top-tier companies, and a new hiring initiative at Adidas are four examples of case studies detailing what specific companies in the U.S. are doing (or programs they are running) to hire black students and early career candidates.

1.) PROGRAMS TO HIRE BLACK STUDENTS AND EARLY CAREER CANDIDATES

PEPSICO — Journey to Racial Equality

Adidas New Hiring Initiative

Advancing Black Pathways

New York Jobs CEO Council

2.) DETAILS AND BENEFITS OF PROGRAMS ENABLING DIVERSITY HIRING

The Equity Lab

228 Accelerator

America Needs You

Beyond 12

Braven

CodePath

3. ORGANIZATIONS BENEFITING FROM HIRING BLACK STUDENTS

Some companies and organizations benefiting from hiring Black early career candidates or Black students include Highmark Health, Covestro, and various learning institutions that have shown having Black principals increase the chances of hiring Black teachers, who benefit classrooms in many ways, besides enhancing the institution’s diversity & inclusion strategy.

Hiring More Black Principals Boosts Diversity at Schools

Pittsburgh’s Executive Leadership Academy

GLENN TREVOR
Glenn is the Lead Operations Research Analyst at The Digital Momentum with experience in research, statistical data analysis and interview techniques. A holder of degree in Economics. A true specialist in quantitative and qualitative research.

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