Employers

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Connect with top indigenous talent

When you hire an AIBL student you will get a problem solver with a diverse background and unique skill set. AIBL students are leaders within their communities who show up every day determined to make a difference. When an AIBL Student joins your organization, you will be working with top indigenous talent and expanding your workforce in a meaningful way.

AIBL students will set you apart

Internship partner

 

When you hire an AIBL student you will get a problem solver with a diverse background and unique skill set. AIBL students are leaders within their communities who show up every day determined to make a difference. When an AIBL Student joins your organization, you will be working with top indigenous talent and expanding your workforce in a meaningful way.

What sets AIBL students apart?

  • Engaged student leaders

  • When you get an AIBL worker, you get a “knowledge” worker

  • Top Indigenous talent, that support a company’s diversity

impact the next generation of leaders

mentorship support

The Mentoring Program through AIBL provides training, mentoring, and networking opportunities, empowering Indigenous youth business leaders with the experience necessary to lead economic endeavors within their communities.

Time Commitment

  • Three, 60-minute virtual calls with one Indigenous college student over a span of three months, one per month.

  • Optional mentee full-day visit to your hometown, corporate headquarters, or business location.

Mentorship Support

  • Guide to effective mentorship and discussion prompts to help guide monthly calls.

Connect with more indigenous students

conference sponsor

You can help provide opportunities for our Indigenous student community so that they may pursue their professional dreams. Many Indigenous students do not have the resources required to apply to and graduate from college. Partners like you can help our students achieve their goals by contributing to their academic professional success. Support our students and become a sponsor for our conference.

AIBL STATISTICS

Only 11% of Native Americans obtain Bachelor’s degrees and 6% obtain Graduate level degrees. AIBL aims to provide Indigenous youth with the resources, support, and work experience necessary to improve these statistics.  As a direct result of completing our internship program, our 2020 cohort of students reported tremendous growth.

Thriving in the workforce

Alumni Highlight

 

Cody Campbell

Hired by Sony Music Publishing, Pop & Latin Music Division.“Never forget who you are or where you come from; and always walk in a room with your head high and like you belong.”

Cody Campbell,
University of Montana

James Lynch

Hired by Sony Music Entertainment
“I am excited to be able to integrate my passion for music and creative approach with the STEM field at Sony Music Entertainment.”

James Lynch
Rowan University

Thank you to several of our

Corporate sponsors

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