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The Center’s LGBT Employment Services Program offers a range of services, events, and workshops tailored to help you get back to work and connected to further training. Including one-on-one job search support, vocational case management, professional mentoring, life skills training, skill building workshops, resume review, interview practice, job leads, access to LGBT friendly employers, LGBT Job Fairs, and referrals to community resources & vocational training programs. We are also proud to offer the nation’s first Trans Employment Program TEP.
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!
Bring your business cards, work-related success/struggle stories and touch base with other professionals looking to advance in their field or network to a new one.

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.

Thursdays from 3 pm to 4:30 pm

Job Ready 101 is a job readiness group open to job-seekers of all orientations, identities and communities. It focuses on three basic but integral areas:
1. Resume writing and review
2. Cover letter writing and review
3. Interview preparation and mock interviews

Job Ready 101 also features special guest volunteers who work professionally in hiring and recruiting to provide focused support. Please feel free to bring a copy of your resume, cover letter or even a copy of the job description of the job you are planning to apply to.

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