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​​​​​​Career Services seeks to empower you in your career search by celebrating your unique identities, preparing you for an increasingly diverse and global workforce, and advocating for your individual needs.


  • Human Rights Campaign: Workplace Inform​ation 
  • National Center for Transgender Equality: Workplace Rights 
  • Navigating Disclosure Issues in Resume Writing by Oregon State University 
  • Out for Undergrad (Career conferences for LGBTQ Undergraduates)​
  • Job Search Tips 
    • ​​Interviews 
      • Remember, it is illegal for an interviewer to ask about your sexual orientation​n or gender identity. The focus of interviews should be around your ability to perform the essential functions of the job rather than your sexual orientation or gender identity expression. It is your choice to disclose your sexual orientation or gender identity. This can happen during the interview, when the job is offered, in the workplace, or not at all.
      • Ask questions such as “Can you tell me more about diversity in your organization and the initiatives that are already in place?” Their answer may provide you with the information you need to determine if the organization is LGBTQ+ friendly. Wear professional attire in accordance with your gender expression.
    • ​​Networking 
      • ​Not sure if a company is LGBTQ+ friendly? Consider utilizing LinkedIn to find alumni at the organization and set up an informational interview. Ask about the culture, especially around diversity. 

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