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WE SEE YOU!

Despite the breadth and depth of jobs, minoritized groups are excluded from these opportunities.


 
Regardless of your background, you too can work with data. Hundreds of programs designed to teach you or advance your data skills are available across the country and they vary widely. You can get there; we’ll help you. 

We Are Far From Parity.

DO YOU SEE YOURSELF WORKING WITH DATA?

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YOUR EDUCATIONAL  BACKGROUND
 

Doesn’t Prevent You From Working With Data.

Over the past decade, opportunities to work with data have grown enormously. Not just limited to science, technology and business analytics, there are now a wide range of careers in data that span sectors.

 

This Interactive Map Shows You The Many Programs Out There.

Because this field is dominated by white and Asian males, we want to easily highlight for you where minoritized groups are graduating from. This includes Master’s or Doctoral degree programs in Computer and Information Sciences, Mathematics, and Statistics.

Source: U.S. Department of Education National Centers for Science and Engineering Statistics 2018 Survey of Graduate Students and Postdoctorates in Science and Engineering (NCSES GSS, 2018).

Our Institutional Parity Score Makes It Easy To Quickly See.

That We Are Far From Equal

What do we mean by parity? Simply, we mean equal.  Our parity score helps you understand the likelihood of seeing someone like yourself in the data program at your college or university.