WHAT WE DO
Communications + Information + Collaboration + Career Development
eNews • Forums • Research
Bay Area Coverage: San Francisco • East Bay • Peninsula • San Jose
The African American Employee Network (AAEN) of the Bay Area is a communications network serving African American corporate employee/business resource groups, diversity and inclusion professionals, professional organizations and inspired and influential individuals from the private, public and academic sectors.
We help you connected.
Events • News • D&I Think Tank • People On The Move
Stay in the know
Information sharing is at the core of our mission as we strive to highlight, promote and support the upward mobility of African Americans through the Bay Area's competitive and talented workforce.
This convening of professionals through our programs, events and communication channels connects and educates individuals and organizations across a variety of industries. The result - better leaders, prospects, employees, entrepreneurs...and more profitable companies.
Employees • Visionaries • Leaders • Thought Partners
Like Minds >> Common Objectives>> Collaboration
Professional Panels • Development Workshops • Networking Mixers
AAEN was initially formed as a community for Employee Resource Group leaders. However, it quickly became clear that there is a high demand for African American professionals, at all levels, to network and benefit from shared learning and relationship development.
Employment • People On The Move
The AAEN difference: A 8,200 subscriber email distribution supplemented by partnering organizations reaches over 30,000 Bay Area African Americans.
Job Listings • Profiles • Training
AAEN's new Online Career Center (official launch October 2018), gives employers and prospects a common destination to exchange information matching qualifications and job opportunities.
Employers: Post your job listings and or order a banner ad. gain exposure to over 30,000 Bay Area African Americans.
Prospects: Upload your resume, browse the listings and enhance your career opportunities through jobs offered by companies actively seeking to diversify their workforce. Find your dream job.
Communications • Information • Connections • Career Development
What can you expect?
Information: 2 enewsletters per month: curated events, relevant news, industry reports, job opportunities
Events: 3-4 major events per year organized by AAEN. Quality over quantity.
Connections: Directories (coming) and systems in place to put you in touch with individuals and resources to enhance your career.
Job Listings: AAEN's online career center (official launch October 2018) will be the Bay Area's only job engine specifically focused on the recruiting and placement of African Americans.
Research (new): Diversity Think Tank (DDT) in collaboration with AAEN, is working to bring together thoughtful minds around topics of diversity impacting the workplace. Launching as on online resource, DDT will share Bay Area ERG and diversity best practices, perspectives and opinions with the goal of helping make workplace diversity the norm rather than the exception. Register >>
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