Do you remember THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Magazine? What about IMDIVERSITY.com?

Well, in 2013, millennials inspired the creation of DIVERSITY EMPLOYERS, a print and digital publication offering a job board with career opportunities that specifically target new college graduates of diverse backgrounds in every industry nationwide.


Print Magazine

Annual (October) Publication – 15,000 print copies distributed to over 500 HBCUs, Hispanic Serving Institutions and non-HBCU Institutions’ Career Service offices nationwide.

Space Reservation & Material Deadline: September 14, 2017

Job Board

Online job board with thousand of career opportunities by companies committed to recruiting and hiring top diverse talent.

Virtual Career Fair

The November 15, 2017 virtual career fair is an innovative and efficient platform that will lead business owners to relevant talent at rapid speed for a fraction of the cost.

Booth Registration Deadline: November 10, 2017

Plans and Pricing

Whether you choose to use one, two or all three of the DIVERSITY EMPLOYERS recruitment services, you will be satisfied with the simple and easy process, excellent customer support and especially the cost efficient rates.

What Our Customers Have Said

For 40 years (1970 – 2010), THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Magazine proudly connected thousands of employers to hundreds of thousands of African American college students seeking entry-level job opportunities.

Along the way, we have helped air the vital educational and social issues of the day, supported the careers of African-American leaders and thinkers and public figures of all stripes, and forged strong relationships with HBCUs and non-HBCU institutions across the nation.

We have now transformed – expanded, evolved – into  DIVERSITY EMPLOYERS Magazine.



“Thanks for…helping students achieve their goals by providing accurate and necessary information on careers, companies, and people.  By highlighting those businesses that are truly committed to diversity and by collaborating with historically Black institutions, you assisted in delivering diversity to an ever-changing world.”

Dr. Al B. Barron

Director of Career Services, Southern University at New Orleans

“‘We’re Proud Of Our Family.’ This was the theme the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies utilized to advertise career opportunities in thirteen major professional areas for Black students in the JOBS Issue of THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Magazine.”

“The response from the interested students has far exceeded our expectations and the costs were minimal when shared by our operating companies.  We firmly recommend and support THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Magazine as a viable recruiting source for qualified, entry-level Black professionals.”

Carol C. Woods

Johnson & Johnson

“…we know that our relationship with THE BLACK COLLEGIAN has been instrumental in helping us recruit and retain African Americans as employees and customers. It is a long-term relationship that we appreciate and value.”

Vincent J. Trosino, Sr.

President of State Farm Insurance, 1998 – 2006

Frequently Asked Questions

Who are some of your past advertisers?

The Diversity Registry served as an online reference to employers who are committed to workplace diversity. Its mission was to showcase the diversity initiatives of major employers, and to help job seekers determine the extent to which employers promote diversity within and outside of their organizations. (Listed are some of the publication’s past advertisers.)

  • 3M
  • Abercrombie & Fitch Brands
  • Accenture
  • Aerospace Corp
  • Aldi Foods/Aldi USA
  • Americorps/Corp. for National & Community Service
  • Aramark
  • Ashland, Inc.
  • AstraZeneca
  • Auburn City Schools
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • CGI
  • Covance
  • Dannon Company, The Darden
  • Deloitte LLP
  • Duke Energy
  • Eaton Corporation
  • Electronic Arts
  • Enterprise Rent-A-Car
  • Ernst & Young
  • FBI
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Fort Wayne Community Schools
  • Geico
  • General Electric
  • Grant Thornton
  • Halliburton
  • Hertz Hess Corporation
  • Hess Corporation
  • IRS
  • Jersey City Public Schools
  • Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory APL
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Liberty Mutual Insurance Group
  • Lockheed Martin
  • L’Oreal
  • Madison Metropolitan School District
  • Marines
  • Mayo Clinic
  • McCoy’s Building Supply
  • Mercer
  • Merck & Co, Inc.
  • National Research Council
  • National Security Agency (NSA)
  • Naval Financial Management Offce
  • Navigant Consulting
  • NAVY
  • Nestlé Purina
  • Newell Rubbermaid
  • New York University, Polytechnic Institute
  • Nielsen Company, The Nokia
  • Northrop Grumman
  • Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
  • Pacifc Gas and Electric
  • Polk County Public Schools
  • PriceWaterhouseCoopers
  • Prince Georges County Public Schools
  • Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Raytheon
  • Regent Law
  • Region 4 Education Service Center
  • Regions Financial Corporation
  • Reynolds American
  • Robert Half
  • RSM McGladrey
  • Ryder
  • Shands Rehab Hospital
  • Sherwin Williams
  • Sodexo
  • South Central Wisconsin School Districts
  • State Farm
  • Swift
  • Teachers College, Columbia University
  • The Jersey City Public Schools
  • Timken
  • TJX Companies, Inc.
  • Toyota
  • Tufts University – The Fletcher School
  • Turner Construction Company
  • U.S. Army
  • U.S. Department of State
  • United Healthcare
  • Valassis
  • Walgreens
  • Walmart
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • Whirlpool
Do you have a list of the college/university campuses the magazine is distributed?

15,000 copies of DIVERSITY EMPLOYERS Magazine will be distributed to over 500 Career Service offices of college/university campuses nationwide.


What will the editorial focus on and what are the advertising rates and specifications?

The print magazine will be distributed the first week of October. It will serve as a industry job market outlook guidebook with a spotlight on employers who want to demonstrate in concrete measures their commitment to fostering and maintaining a diverse workforce. The print and digital version of the magazine will also serve as a calling card to promote the November 15, 2017 Virtual Career Fair.

Full-Page ADs

Bleed 8.125 in. x 11 in. (art box sized 7.375 in. x 10.25 in.)

  • Full-Page AD $1,950 (bleed or non-bleed)
  • Inside Front Cover $2,450 (bleed only)
  • Inside Back Cover $2,450 (bleed only)
  • Back Cover $2,950 (bleed only)

Sixth-Page Employer Directory Ad Listing ($499)

  • Logo
  • 100-Word Company Description
  • Homepage URL & Careers Page URL
  • HR Contact Information
  • One Image/Photo
What are the advertising deadlines?

Magazine Deadline: September 14, 2017

Job Board Deadline: No deadline

Virtual Career Fair Registration Deadline: November 10, 2017


What should recruiters know about the virtual career fair?


Virtual Career Fairs are a fast-growing trend that take the hassle out of the hiring process. They connect employers and hiring personnel to relevant talent at rapid speed for a fraction of the cost.

  1. Find Global Talent…In One Place

With Virtual Career Fairs, resumes can be submitted on the spot. Video, voice or text chat is usable for quick and easy conversation, which allows global talent to connect in real-time. Wading through credentials becomes an efficient, verifiable process with in-the-moment communication. Virtual Career Fairs enable a quick and easy way to review large groups of quality candidates, set up a series of interviews, and get candidates through the recruitment funnel faster.

  1. Reduce Cost and Time to Hire

From background checks, skills tests and finding the right review panel to assess candidates; every employer knows that hiring is an extremely long process that is crucial to the success of their company.

In fact, hiring is typically a 20 to 40 day process and that process is rigorous, especially while hiring in large numbers. The difference in the hiring process for virtual recruits is in the very first stage. Large numbers of potential candidates flood through without the hassle of setting up appointments. Relevant, desirable candidates are easy to instantly categorize in the “potential” pile, which cuts your review period in half.



  1. Promote your Employer Brand

Virtual event platforms empower you to create instant brand engagement. Instead of a call-to-action that feels like an advertisement to a candidate, you create an open invitation to learn more about your company. An instant connection is made with this more inviting proposition. Not only have you made it worth the potential employee’s time, you’ve set a stage where you can tell your company story and find compatible top talent.

  1. Tap into the Secret Pool of Passive Candidates

Virtual Career Fairs integrate webinars at times where such talent can get a better idea of the company in just a short time. They can even ask relevant questions or benefit from the questions of others. This way, passive candidates stay “under the radar” without fear of being pursued for a job/company they are not yet sure to switch to; at the same time they stay current with the market and keep learning about employment options.


Ready? Time to Find your Talent

Virtual Career Fairs are your one-stop-shop for easier, more affordable, streamlined hiring. Without the hassle of sending out hundreds of emails, you now have time to use your new favorite employer branding tool, engage with global talent, and save a whole lot of money. The hiring process has been revolutionized by Virtual Career Fairs (for the better), it’s time you enjoyed the benefits of this innovation.


Registration Includes:
  • An employer profile page showcasing your organization’s unique brand
  • Your own organization’s exclusive text and video chat room allowing for real-time engagement in group and personalized one-to-one interactions
  • Unlimited number of recruiters may attend event
  • Tool to conduct video interviews (optional feature)
  • Tool to conduct video and/or audio broadcasts or PowerPoint Presentations
  • Access to search resumes and preselect from resumes of registered candidates
  • Unlimited job postings
Does your company published any other magazines?

Yes, for the past 11 years, our company has published DIVERSITY in Ed Magazine and it’s partner job board for teacher recruitment.



Join Us Now

If you have questions, feel free to give us a call at (281) 265-2472 anytime.