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The Office of Supervisor Scott Wiener, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce and local businesses and merchant associations are pleased to present the District 8 Neighborhood Business Summit. This event will bring merchants together with their Supervisor and other city officials to discuss local business concerns.

Unlike other fundraising events that focus on a sit-down dinner, long-speeches, and limited networking opportunities, our “Building Strong Communities” event will feature a fast-paced, networking function that is similar to the pub-quiz format. 5-person teams will rotate stations in-between question-and-answer rounds, where they will be greeted by guest mixologists.
Whet your whistle and flex your brain while meeting new people and helping your local disaster preparedness and response community!
Build your team and build resilience through fun!

Prepare yourself to participate in the nation’s largest LGBT Career Fair on April 24, 2013 at the SF LGBT Center. The LGBT Career Fair is unlike other recruitment events!
Please join us for our LGBT Employer Panel and Professional Networking Mixer on Tuesday evening, April 30th, starting at 5:30pm.

GGBA's signature networking. 

 

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! 

Connect with fellow job seekers and receive support, insights and resources at the Center’s weekly drop-in LGBT Job Club and ongoing employment workshops. At no charge to you, the Center offers workshops in a welcoming environment for job seekers to share their experiences and learn valuable information such as resume development, interviewing tactics, and networking skills.

Finding a good job in the Bay Area is hard enough, even without the additional challenges our community faces. That’s why we created the Transgender Employment Program (TEEI). TEEI is the nation’s first program designed to help us find – and keep – good jobs in safe workplaces.

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