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LGBTQA College Student Career Conference
Date: April 10-11, 2010
Time: Day-long



Out For Work

Event details:

OUT for Work, the only nonprofit dedicated to educating, preparing, and empowering LGBTQA college students for the transition from academia to the workplace, is bringing the best of its National Conference back to the west coast this spring!

What you can expect:
Panel Discussions:
Representatives from America’s top organizations share their coming out at work stories and how the decision to be out and open has impacted their careers

Well known speakers like Donna Rose, transgender advocate, address issues such as transitioning in the workplace Skill building workshops:
Get the skills to get the job; networking, resume writing, and interviewing techniques

PRIDE Career Fair:
Find an internship or job with employers leading the way for LGBT workplace equality

Agenda can be found online, Out For Work

Who should attend:
*Current undergraduate students
*Recently graduated and graduate students *College professors/ administrators *Friends & family

There are several hotels in the surrounding area, some within walking distance, others offer shuttle service or have buses located nearby.

Hotel Angelino Located ½ mile from UCLA 170 North Church Lane. (310) 476-6411. Free Shuttle to Campus.

 UCLA Guest House Hotel Located on campus. Rates start at just $139 per night. (310) 825-2923.

Click here for a list of hotels in the area

I invite you to check out our website,Out For Work for more information.  In addition, please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

All the best,

Alex Gant
Program Coordinator, OUT for Work
1325 Massachusetts Ave, N.W, Suite 700, #702 Washington D.C, 20005 1-866-571-LGBT

Additional information and/or registration:

The cost of the event is $35 per student, $75 per individual professional, and $250 for a group of 10 until March 20th, after which the cost will be $45 per student and $300 for 10. Register online.

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