Welcome to the Minority Corporate Counsel Association's Career Center. The MCCA Career Center provides members of our network with a variety of valuable resources related to the profession, job opportunities, and career development. Please visit any of the following links to learn more.
Careers @ MCCA
2016 MCCA Fellowship
MCCA is seeking a Fellowship for 2016. This fellowship, beginning at the end of August 2016, is a 12 month work experience, with the opportunity to extend for an additional year, where the selected fellow will work on research and legal education programs and special initiatives that will directly contribute to the work of this country’s leading diversity and inclusion organization in the legal profession.
Job Bank -- The MCCA Job Bank provides information and job search capabilities to corporate law departments, law firms, government agencies, non-profits and attorneys. Our goal is to connect diverse talent with the most admired organizations across the country. Click here to visit the MCCA Job Bank today!
Hot Jobs Email Blast -- MCCA sends out an email blast of Hot Job announcements to our network on the last Friday of every month. MCCA member companies and MCCA FAN law firms, wishing to advertise their open positions to our diverse network may participate in MCCA's Hot Jobs email blast. This service is provided in addition to the MCCA Job Bank, which allows users to post job announcements online to the MCCA website. Members who would like to submit a job announcement to be included in the MCCA Hot Jobs email blast should email MCCA, at email@example.com to receive the requisite form. All forms must be submitted by 5:00 pm EST on the 20th of the month before the listings are to be sent.
2017 Diversity & Inclusion Law Department Summer Internship Program
The Law Department at Bristol-Myers Squibb invites law students to submit applications for our 2017 Diversity & Inclusion Law Department Summer Internship Program. We are seeking qualified law students of diverse backgrounds who are interested in obtaining a unique experience within a world-class corporate law environment. First year students are preferred, but students at different stages of their legal education will be considered, including LLM students. Summer internships are not expected to lead to an offer of full-time employment.
Professional Development -- MCCA Professional Development page provides you with ongoing educational information related to skills for career advancement and development. Please visit this page to read articles about how you can develop specific career-related skills.