POC in Audio is a free, growing directory for people of color who work in audio around the world to gain visibility and get new career opportunities.
Inside the "POC in Audio" directory, you’ll find editors, hosts, writers, producers, sound designers, engineers, project managers, musicians, reporters, and content strategists with varied experience from within the audio industry and in related fields.
You can filter by location, formats/genre, roles, and even keywords to find a specific type of people. The directory allows you to explore diverse profiles and connect with like-minded people working in audio. Each profile includes contact information for you to connect and bounce ideas, expand your professional network, and make new friends.
It's free and easy to register in the community for appearing in the directory. You only need to create a profile with your personal details. You can also include your resume, portfolio, and other work-related information if you are looking to land a job.
Appearing in the "POC in Audio" directory allows you to gain visibility to recruiters and others looking for people to join collaboration projects. It's a great way to get new career opportunities and maybe a job offer.
Find other people working in audio:
The "POC in Audio" directory allows you to find other people working in the audio industry and then connect with them to bounce off ideas, expand your professional network, and make new friends.
Get new career opportunities:
By participating in the "POC in Audio" directory, you will gain visibility to recruiters and others looking for people to join collaboration projects.
To join POC in Audio, you need to register to create a profile in the directory with all your personal details. You can include a resume, portfolio, and other work-related details if you are looking for new career opportunities.
You can use the "POC in Audio" directory to find other people of color working in the audio industry. You can filter by city, state, country, formats/genre, and roles. It's also possible to look for specific keywords. This makes it easy to find other people working in a similar field as you. Then, you can use their contact information to connect with them to bounce off ideas, expand your professional network, create a collaboration project, or just make a new friend.
The "POC in Audio" community collaborates in getting the respect that people of color—and people of different faiths, abilities, ages, socioeconomic statuses, educational backgrounds, gender identities, and sexual orientation—deserve.