BeVisible Launches New Partnerships to Cater to Latinx Millennials Navigating Their Career
DENVER, CO – May 4, 2017 – (HISPANICIZE WIRE) – BeVisible, a career social network for Latinx has invited new partnerships curators Faalta, Educated Latina, and We, Too, Are America to provide insight for Latinx navigating their careers and highlight the accomplishment of Latinx professionals. BeVisible will feature the content on its platform https://www.bevisible.soy with Educated Latina curating the College section, We, too, are America, curating the Immigration section, and Faalta curating the Mentor’s Corner.
BeVisible is a peer-to-peer career community and platform for Latinx rising leaders, creative pushing to expand narratives, tech disruptors, innovative entrepreneurs, and aspiring college students seeking a pathway to make an impact. BeVisible fills a void that established career platforms have not – authentic Latino participation. BeVisible has attracted the attention of early adopters and the recruitment efforts of major companies, particularly in the tech sector.
In addition to serving as a job board and networking space, BeVisible provides content through these partnerships to provide insight to navigating career and pathways to break into careers. BeVisible’s partnership with Faalta is designed to highlight female leaders in senior decision-making roles, who reveal career insights and share their journey balancing life and work. BeVisible’s partnership with EducatedLatina.com strives to reflect the experiences of the multicultural, modern, Latina college student and its partnership with We, too, are America will highlight the accomplishments made by the immigrant and refugee community within the United States.
Andrea Guendelman, BeVisible’s co founder and CEO says “it “to succeed you must be able to gain the courage to take advantage of opportunities”. “BeVisible is helping employer a the Latinx generation to go after their dreams”
BeVisible is a career platform for Latinx. BeVisible fills a void that established career platforms have not—authentic Latino participation. Latinx have the lowest participation rate on LinkedIn of any minority demographic (18% vs. 28% for African Americans.)
Until BeVisible, there was no career network that allowed them to connect the way they do in real life, where work life and community are one and the same. BeVisible has attracted the attention of thousands of early adopters and the recruitment efforts of major companies, particularly in the tech sector. BeVisible has been profiled by Forbes, Latina Magazine, Elle, MSNBC, Latina Magazine and Vibe.
Faalta is a digital platform focused on women in leadership and women in the workplace. This global platform seeks to support the career development of women by profiling women in leadership roles who are passionate about the topic of professional women in the workforce. Faalta also aims to connect Millennials with established women to gain perspective and resource on navigating the workforce and life. The content is available in English and Spanish. For more information about Faalta, please visit www.faalta.com or follow on Twitter @FaaltaHQ and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/FaaltaHQ.
About Educated Latina
Educated Latina is a digital platform that strives to reflect the experiences of the multicultural, modern, Latina college student. While in college, founder, Ariana Allen, was inspired by conversations with her friends about their struggles navigating the, ins and out of college. Curious, Ariana decided to turn these experiences into a paper for her Feminist Methods class.
Through interviews, surveys, and research, she discovered that it wasn’t just her friends who struggled; it was a wider spread issue than she imagined. Inspired to do something about it, Ariana combined her love for media and she decided to launch EducatedLatina.com, as an online destination for college Latinas to turn to for empowerment, enlightenment, entertainment, and community.
About We, too, are America
We, Too, Are America, is an organization that publishes weekly stories of accomplishments made by the immigrant and refugee community within the United States. WTAA is a team of volunteer writers and communicators who are passionate about empowering and motivating others through storytelling. They hope to change the perceptions of those who are mislead by false generalizations of immigrant people. WTAA has been featured in top outlets like The Huffington Post, Telemundo, Mashable, and Latina Magazine. The stories shared have reached thousands of viewers online, the most viewed story receiving a reach of over 25k.