TEEI Services

Finding a good job in the Bay Area is hard enough, even without the additional challenges that the trans community faces. The Center's Trans Employment Program (TEEI) is designed to aid you in your search for meaningful employment by providing job search support, mentorship, networking opportunities, and legal services.

Book an appointment with us today! 

Trans Employment Program (TEEI) services include:

  • Employment Support and Case Management 
  • Networking Clubs and Mentoring
  • Life Skills Training and Employment Workshops
  • Career Fairs and Employer Spotlight Events
  • Employer, Service Provider, and Advocacy Trainings
  • Legal Services and ID Document Support

For more information please contact us!


To participate in TEEI, please contact us via email or by phone at (415) 865-5632.

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Employment Services

Dear Friends and Neighbors, This November the transgender community and supporters around the world will commemorate the International Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR). San Francisco will be honoring TDOR on Tuesday, Nov. 20th; the ceremony will include a keynote address by Sylvia Guerrero, mother of slain transgender teenager Gwen Araujo.

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The Center’s LGBT Employment Services programs provide job search and career advancement that support people who have experienced discrimination based on their gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation.
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LGBTQ people are our partners, friends, co-workers, mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, neighbors and small business owners, but *supporters (or allies) are equally diverse and can show up in about every aspect of our lives too.
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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.
Posted by: clairf | Posted on: 02-08-2013 | Tags: transgender; LGBT; mentoring, leadership, employment, empowerment
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The only place trans-people could really congregate safely (more-or-less) was in a little chain restaurant, on the corner of Taylor and Turk, called Compton’s Cafeteria. It is here that a civic revolt would take place, which would pre-date Stonewall as the first recorded transgender riot in United States history.
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