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Changing the Face of Tech

At Dell Technologies, talking about diversity is not enough. We believe in turning talk into action. Our Changing the Face of Tech initiative is a network of programs that focuses on attracting and empowering talent from diverse backgrounds and looking beyond the standard pool of candidates to recruit and establish a uniquely strong diverse workforce.



Introduce Students to Tech

Introduce underrepresented minority college students to emerging technologies and new opportunities within the digital economy.

Dell Technologies partners with select Historically Black colleges and universities, minority-serving institutions, Hispanic-serving institutions, & Community colleges to take your learning beyond the classroom with immersive and engaging in-person workshops that will prepare students by giving them the skills that are most desired by the tech industry. To find out if you attend one of Dell Technologies' partner schools, contact your campus career center.

Program topics include:

  • sales engineering
  • cybersecurity
  • data science
  • and many more!


Training & Certifications  

Empower underrepresented minority students with the skills and knowledge they need to be successful in the technology industry.

Dell Technologies works with students throughout their post-secondary education to provide free access to world-class training which will kickstart their journey in a technology setting while they are still enrolled at school. We offer a large assortment of trainings that will add value for students and the chance to gain certifications that will ensure they graduate with the best possible resume.


These highly interactive learning programs provide students the opportunity to:

  • Gain key skills through hands-on workshops.
  • Learn more about technology career opportunities from professionals of color
  • Earn a special credential that elevates them in the prospective hire field



Dell Intern Scholars Program

The Dell Technologies Intern Scholars Program is a multi-year internship experience that provides students the opportunity to build soft skills as well as business acumen through various learning & development programming.

Program Requirements

  • College sophomores who self-identify as Black/African American and/or Hispanic/Latinx
  • Pursuing a degree in Computer Science, Supply Chain, Business, Marketing or Engineering
  • A cumulative GPA of 3.2
  • Initiative-taking and demonstrated leadership skills in a work setting and/or through extracurricular activities



Program Benefits

  • Potential for $5K scholarship, XPS laptop and fulltime sign-on bonus



Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)

When you are hired, Dell provides support for all employees

Here at Dell, our commitment to diversity goes beyond hiring a diverse workforce. We want to empower and support our workforce by providing them access to Employee Resource Groups.

These groups allow our employees to connect with other employees with whom they identify with. Our ERGs focus their annual programming around four key pillars: Community Impact, Business Innovation, Professional Development, and Team Member Experience. At Dell, there is a resource group for everyone and if there is not, we invite you to pave the way and start your community.

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