We work hard to attract and keep the most talented people in our competitive industry. We post open positions on diversity-focused job websites and host regular career fairs at Hasbro headquarters in Rhode Island.
In the United States, we work closely with a wide range of organizations to recruit minority employees. These include several colleges and universities as well as organizations such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and national groups that support minority recruitment. Since 2004, Hasbro has also been a proud sponsor of the Minister’s Alliance of Rhode Island’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Scholarship, which awards $1,000 scholarships to minority college students in Rhode Island.
Talented graduate and undergraduate business students looking to get their start at Hasbro can apply for year-round internships that provide valuable work experience and possible job prospects. Diversity-focused opportunities include six six-month paid internships a year for urban youth through the Rhode Island Year Up Program, a nonprofit organization that provides urban young adults with the skills, experience, and support that empowers them to reach their potential through professional careers and higher education.
Beyond the United States, we are developing relationships with universities in high growth areas such as Russia, Turkey, and Singapore to help us identify local talent and build our presence in communities with Hasbro facilities.