Our Global Diversity and Inclusion team works tirelessly to find the best diverse talent in the world. We partner with top universities including Northeastern University, which offers two programs that bring opportunities to STEM talent. We also source talent through Management Leadership for Tomorrow, an organization that develops the next generation of diverse leaders.
Dell has joined Northeastern University’s ALIGN program which provides a direct path to a Master’s of Science in Data Science, Computer Science, or Cybersecurity & Information Assurance. The two-semester program targets women and under-represented minorities who are non-computer science majors without programming experience, and allows them to graduate with a MS, equipping them with the knowledge and skills they need to enter STEM. Through our partnership with Northeastern, our goal is to attract and build a diverse talent pool.
Northeastern University launched the Student Pathways Opening World Energy Resources (S-POWER) Scholarship Program to revolutionize the education of transfer students at colleges and universities. S-POWER pays close attention to those who need financial assistance, under-represented minorities, women, and first-generation students. We provide advice and mentorship to the recipients of this scholarship, the Dell S-POWER Scholars, to ensure they are successfully employed.
NACME champions diversity in STEM by empowering and supporting under-represented minorities to pursue careers in engineering and computer science. Dell collaborates on NACME's Silicon Valley Symposium to find business opportunities and talent, expand thought leadership and support those students pursuing degrees in engineering schools.
MLT’s program works with diverse students who are undergraduates or have their MBAs to prepare them for the workforce. They offer services such as training, career coaching, job search assistance and networking. When students leave this program, they have the leadership skills that organizations require.