Is Diversity Hiring Important to You?
If so, New Scientist magazine and New Scientist Jobs can help!
NewScientistJobs.com users are 47% female¹, allowing you to attract more female applicants for open positions. Additionally, 42% of our audiences is from a non-white ethnic background¹, which includes American Indian, Asian, African American, Hispanic, Latino and Multiracial.
To extend your reach further still New Scientist partners with a variety of niche yet esteemed organizations including Social Gradient; a social networking website committed to increasing the number of minorities entering science careers and to celebrating contributions to science by minority scientists, Association of Women in Science (AWIS), American Association of University Women (AAUW) and oSTEM; a national society dedicated to educating and fostering leadership for LGBTQA communities in the STEM fields.
Be part of the conversationWe have an online hub dedicated to Diversity in the workplace on NewScientist.com, bringing together the latest news and careers advice to help minority groups get recruited and excel in STEM. With over 3.46m² visitors to NewScientist.com every month and a marketing campaign to drive additional traffic to the hub, it provides the perfect place for your organization to be seen as an equal opportunity employer and align with our diversity-related editorial.
To find out more about advertising and sponsorship opportunities on our Diversity Hub, please contact one of our Account Executives on (781) 734-8773 or email email@example.com.
Take part in our Diversity Recruitment FeaturesNew Scientist magazine publishes two Diversity Recruitment Features each year.
The first Diversity Recruitment News Feature is May 28 (deadline May 18). It will have an editorial focus on women in the sciences. A dedicated marketing campaign aimed at reaching women in STEM, and bonus distribution at the American Association of University Women (AAUW) National Convention will mean that as an advertiser you will reach an increased female audience this week.
The second Diversity Feature will focus on under-represented ethnic minorities in the sciences and will be published on November 5 (deadline October 26). It will contain editorial of interest to under-represented ethnic minority groups in the sciences. Multiple bonus distributions will create unrivalled exposure and ensure that your organization is seen as an equal opportunity employer.
Reach a diverse audience at relevant conferencesNew Scientist magazine is typically distributed free of charge to attendees of the below events which will further extend your outreach to minority groups:
American Association of University Women National Convention (AAUW)
AAUW values the importance of supporting girls in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) as part of our mission to break through barriers for women and girls. Our research, policy, and nationwide programs encourage members to work from their own communities to ensure that we reach equity in these important fields.
SACNAS Annual Conference
SACNAS is a society of scientists dedicated to fostering the success of Hispanic/Chicano and Native American scientists—from college students to professionals—in attaining advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership.
NOBCChE National Conference
The National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers’ mission is to build an eminent cadre of people of color in science and technology.
ABRCMS Annual Meeting
The conference is designed to encourage underrepresented minority students to pursue advanced training in the biomedical and behavioral sciences, including mathematics and provide faculty mentors and advisors with resources for facilitating students’ success.
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¹User profile survey 2012
²Unique Users, May 2016, Adobe Analytics