Diversity and Inclusion

Tekeia Howard

A Note from Tekeia Howard

Associate Director for Diversity Initiatives & On-Demand Career Advising

The Center for Career Exploration and Success (CCES) affirms the guiding principles and values as outlined in the Diversity and Inclusion Statement for Miami University. CCES is committed to identifying career pathways for students that speak to the uniqueness and the intersectionality of identities within a global society. Through strategic initiatives for diversity, inclusion and equity we strive to foster networks with students, faculty, staff, families, employers and alumni to engage the MU Career Community in Inclusive Excellence.

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Perfect your professional tools for career fair, networking and more! Plenty of activities to choose from: Interview Tips, Resume Tricks, Work Authorization information (CPT/OPT) & Professional Pics! Yummy snacks & great company guaranteed!

Sponsored by CCES and CSDI in parntership with ISSS and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Kappa Delta Chapter.

September 15, 2021 • 2:00pm – 6:00pm
3032 Armstrong Student Center

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CCES believes that we have a responsibility to prepare all students for successful futures and we set out to build an infrastructure to support students most in need.

In FY19, we increased student engagement in career development across all of our high priority students groups for both first year students (Class of 2022) and for all undergraduate students as showcased in the chart below.

First Generation 53.2% ⇧ 42.6% ⇧
International 19.9% ⇧ 48.4%  ⇧
Low Income 54.0% ⇧ 22.3% ⇧
Students of Color 55.4% ⇧ 28.1% ⇧
University Studies 31.0% ⇧ 39.3% ⇧

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Ohio College2Careers aims for students with disabilities such as those with physical, learning, autism, sensory, or mental health conditions to have the support they need to complete their degree and/or credential, earn higher wages, and meet the demands of tomorrow’s labor market.