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The Alumni Society

The Alumni Society creates networking and professional development platforms with Fortune 1000 companies for Latino leaders who have graduated from select universities to build a strong professional network and explore career opportunities. Through our partnership, ADP is able to connect with the talented members of the Society and share executive level career opportunities with them helping increase ADP’s leadership pipeline with diverse talent. For more information on The Alumni Society, please visit their website at https://thealumnisociety.com/.

AnitaB.org

AnitaB.org not only supports women in the technology field, but also the organizations that employ them and the academic institutions that are training the next generation of women in technology. The non-profit highlights the accomplishments of women technologists and enables them to establish peer networks. Our partnership with AnitaB.org gives ADP the opportunity to learn best practices that attract, retain, and advance women in technology and provide our associates opportunities to engage in external networks. For more information on AnitaB.org, please visit their website at https://anitab.org/.

Ascend

Ascend is the largest, non-profit organization for Pan-Asian business professionals in North America. The organization serves professionals and corporations across a wide variety of professions and industries. Ascend provides professional development and career enhancement opportunities for its’ members. Their goal is to enhance the presence of Pan-Asian professionals in business and assist its partners, like ADP, to benefit from improved diversity and inclusion practices. For more information on Ascend, please visit their website at http://www.ascendleadership.org/.

Chicago Urban League

The Chicago Urban League (CUL) works for economic, educational and social progress for African Americans and promotes strong sustainable communities through advocacy, collaboration, and innovation. CUL strives to ensure access to quality education, supports community-based investment and growth, and advocates for policies that promote equal participation by African Americans in economic and social spheres. ADP is a proud supporter of CUL’s Workforce Development Opportunity Works program, which works to raise African American employment and income levels by services such as job training, career exposure, seminars, and coaching. For more information on CUL, please visit their website at https://www.thechicagourbanleague.org/.

Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE)

HACE supports the employment, development, and enhancement of Latino professionals by providing a number or resources, including job matching services, leadership and development programs, and mentoring for both students and professionals. HACE’s goal is to shape the American workplace through the development of a strong pipeline of Latino talent within all organizations. ADP’s partnership with HACE gives our organization access to an impressive pool of Latino talent. For more information on HACE, please visit their website at http://www.haceonline.org/.

Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC)

HITEC is a global executive leadership organization that works to support Hispanic technology professionals, ensuring they get the training, exposure and mentorship opportunities needed for a successful career. The group is comprised of senior business IT executives, including executives leading global 1000 corporations who mentor and sponsor emerging leaders and provide a forum for their career development and advancement. By partnering with HITEC, ADP receives resources for employee growth and development as well as exposure to the organization’s best talent. For more information on HITEC, please visit their website at http://www.hitecglobal.org/.

Information Technology Senior Management Forum (ITSMF)

ITSMF has spent the last 20 years working to increase the representation of black professionals at the senior levels in the technology field. They offer management and executive level programming that provide participants with the skills to take on additional responsibilities and increase their contributions in their organizations. By supporting ITSMF, ADP has access to the organization’s diverse talent and is able to provide professional development opportunities to our associates. For more information on ITSMF, please visit their website at http://www.itsmfonline.org/.

National Black MBA (NBMBA)

The National Black MBA (NBMBA) strives to bring Black professionals the best in educational opportunities and economic growth. NBMBA provides its members with programming, networking, and professional development opportunities. Year round programming and new events expose members to new topics, ideas, and training. ADP’s partnership with NBMBA helps build a pipeline of diverse talent that can bring their expertise from these programs to our company. For more information on NBMBA, please visit their website at https://nbmbaa.org/.

National Organization on Disability (NOD)

The National Organization on Disability has spent the past 35 years promoting the full participation of Americans with disabilities in every aspect of life. They focus especially on increasing employment opportunities for the 80% of Americans with disabilities who are currently unemployed. The NOD provides support and guidance to companies who are looking to adopt more effective ways to employ people with disabilities. As a partner of NOD, ADP has access to resources that help improve our disability inclusion priorities. For more information on NOD, please visit their website at https://www.nod.org/.

National Sales Network (NSN)

National Sales Network (NSN) The National Sales Network is a non-profit organization that supports African American sales and sales management professionals. NSN has chapters nationwide with the goal of providing training, development, and networking opportunities for its members. They host seminars on topics including sales skills, career development, leadership skills, and professional development. Through our partnership with NSN, ADP gains exposure to a talented pool of diverse candidates seeking sales career opportunities. For more information on NSN, please visit their website at http://www.salesnetwork.org/.

Professional Diversity Network (PDN)

The Professional Diversity Network connects organizations looking to diversify their workforce with a diverse pool of professionals searching for their next career. Employers post open positions on their site, making it an efficient way for PDN’s members to find the best match for their skills and expertise. By posting job openings with PDN, ADP is able to reach a diverse group of applicants that will help continue to foster ADP’s culture of inclusion. For more information on PDN, please visit their website at https://www.prodivnet.com/.