Resources for Women and the LGBTQ+ Community
We know your unique identity, background, and experiences means your career needs will also be unique. Our team is highly trained in cultural awareness and racial sensitivity to ensure you receive exceptional support. In addition, we encourage you to consider exploring additional campus resources to build your network.
|Pride Center||A safe space for people who belong to the LGBTQ community and their allies.||Peter Tupou|
|Center for Gender Justice||A resource center for women, gender issues, and as a safe haven for survivors of sexual assault.||Peter Tupou|
|Sisters Standing Together||A peer education initiative, where student members work to educate other students on campus about violence against women.||Peter Tupou|
|One in Four||A campus group encouraging awareness and understanding of the realities of sexual assault within the community.||Peter Tupou|
|Office of Equity & Title IX||Oversees access to formal complaint processes and alternative resolutions in regards to discrimination and harassment within the legal scope of Title IX and more.||Erica Moorer|
A membership to professional organizations is great on your resume and offers valuable insider resources.
|American Association of University Women|
|Financial Women’s Association|
|Pride at Work|
|Human Rights Campaign|
|National LGBTQ Taskforce|
“Dig your well before you’re thirsty.” This is one of my favorite sayings. You don’t want to wait to develop a network until you need a job. Rather, you want to build those connections before you need them. Not only …
Authors Note: In the article, I refer to the LGBTQIA2+ community as LGBTQ+ and the Community. This is not to downplay the diversity within the Community, but to create ease of readability.
When it comes to the matter of careers …