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Did you know that transgender job seekers face a high unemployment rate due to discrimination? Where I work, at the San Francisco LGBT Community Center, we believe that employment is a basic right for everyone, including trans and LGBQ-identified individuals.

 In this workshop, you will learn to use goals, budgets and technology to gain more control over spending habits, discover specific ways to save and utilize tools to help you manage your money.

Get a Good Loan. Build Credit. Create Community.

It is often easy to think of ourselves as unworthy of mentoring or leadership positions when so many of our accomplished leaders are already active within their communities. Despite flaws and imperfections you may think prevent you from being a leader or mentor, it is these very same flaws that make your activism enduring.

Get an edge in your job search by attending the SF LGBT Center’s Employer Panel of Hiring Experts.

Learn tips, tactics, tools and techniques from leading Bay Area employers committed to diversity recruitment. Employers will answer your questions and discuss career opportunities, effective job searching techniques, and tips on how to expand your professional network.

 

LGBT Career Fair

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

At the SF LGBT Center - 1800 Market Street, SF, CA

A valuable part of Economic Empowerment Week 2012!

Register today!

 

Connect with fellow transgender and gender non-conforming job seekers and receive support, insights and resources at the Center’s weekly drop-in Job Club. The Trans Employment Program at the Center offers workshops in a welcoming environment for community members to share their experiences and learn valuable information such as resume development, interviewing tactics, and networking skills.

From resume review to negotiating a starting salary, the Center offers professional, tailored, and LGBT friendly support for job seekers to find the right job that suits their qualifications and meets their needs.

Participants have the opportunity to meet with an employment specialist who will review their goals, assess their needs and work with them to develop a concrete action plan to get back to work or advance in thieir career. Book an appointment with us today! 

AIDS Housing Alliance/SF prevents homelessness for people with HIV/AIDS by protecting the housing we already have, providing resources to secure new housing, and promoting public policy to expand opportunity for all. Our goal is to become the largest housing services provider and largest employer of people with HIV/AIDS in San Francisco.

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