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Work for Pfizer, One of the Innovative Companies Creating the COVID-19 Vaccine

Work for Pfizer, One of the Innovative Companies Creating the COVID-19 Vaccine
Posted By: Lailah Berry on April 20, 2021

At Pfizer, we want to attract the best and brightest talent, and ensure all our colleagues can thrive in an environment and culture where diversity and inclusion is championed around the world, so we can innovate and enable breakthroughs that change patients’ lives.

We are determined to make Pfizer an amazing workplace for all. Our approach to customers who need our medicines and therapies is one of equity - we want everyone to have equal access to healthcare and to accessible and affordable ****. That approach also exists inside our business, because we believe everyone deserves to be seen, heard and respected for who they are.

Pfizer has embedded Diversity & Inclusion leads all over the world and regional D&I leadership.



We’re building inclusive leaders, recruiting and developing diverse talent, making D&I an integral part of our business and talent planning, and encouraging everyone who works here to act as an ally of equity.

HBCU Connect is one of the largest for essential social networking and job sites for Black professionals and other minorities such as women and Latinx Americans. The goal of HBCU Connect is to help people get connected: to peers, scholarships, internships and eventually the career of their dreams.

Diversity and inclusion make good sense for business. Pfizer acknowledges that it’s more than that. They've partnered with HBCU Connect to ensure that the best and brightest have a chance at working for Pfizer regardless of background.

Creating a vaccine and making sure the entire world gets access to it is no easy task, and while you may not be in a lab, or analyzing the vaccine information working for Pfizer will help you be a part of something bigger and make an impact on your community.

Take some time to review Pfizer's employer showcase to see which positions suit you best! https://hbcuconnect.com/cgi-bin/jobs/emplo...
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