LGBT Job Fair @ SF LGBT Community Center

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LGBT Job Fair SF LGBT Community Center October 14th Introducing the SF LGBT Community Center’s 20th Job Fair for LGBT job seekers! To date over 5,000 LGBT community and allies have attended past Center Job Fairs, which a provide a comfortable and personal way to introduce job seekers to diversity-minded companies, in a wide range of fields and categories. This event is FREE and open to ALL, with a special emphasis on serving the needs of transgender job seekers.  All that is needed to attend is a completed resume. Attending employers are looking for qualified applications in the areas of administrative, customer service, data entry, management, executive, retail, call center, cashier, sales, technology, etc. Employers who have attended the Center’s Job Fairs in the past include Bank of America, California…
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OUT TO WORK – THE LGBT JOB FAIR

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You are invited to New York's 3rd annual career fair targeted to the LGBT community - OutToWork - presented by The Center, the Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce (GVCCC) and Co-Sponsored by Out Professionals. Thursday, September 17, 11AM-4PM, Free An increasingly large number of companies are looking to diversify their workforce to include the LGBT community, and more companies than ever are interested in demonstrating their workplace policies of fairness and equality with regard to LGBT issues LGBT job applicants are invited to meet with prospective employers in a safe and supportive environment with companies that respect our rights as full and equal citizens. ATTENDEES: Need to relax before starting your new job? Win the Fabulous 4 Getaway Package (valued over $1000) and relieve some stress with a 3 month…
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Art from Trash

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GGBA’S “TALK OF THE TOWN” SPEAKER SERIES The Golden Gate Business Association is proud to announce their 2009 “Talk of the Town” Speaker Series presented by Joie de Vivre Hospitality and Southwest Airlines. This bimonthly program focuses on issues facing businesses of all sizes and gives attendees the opportunity to experience dynamic, informative and interesting presenters. The program is structured so that attendees have the opportunity to network while enjoying the atmosphere and cuisine of each unique Joie de Vivre property. Speakers present promptly at 6pm and typically speak for one hour.  Attendance is open to both members and non-members of the GGBA. Art Not Garbage [caption id="attachment_938" align="aligncenter" width="269" caption="Art from Trash"][/caption] ART from Trash? One person’s trash is truly another person’s art! Norcal Waste Systems’ Artist in Residence…
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“Green with Pride” Business EXPO

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Golden Gate Business Association's first ever green-focused business expo, highlighting over 100 GGBA exhibitors allowing them to connect with visitors from all over the Bay Area. Business development and “greening” seminars will occur throughout the day. Open to the public, this event is an essential resource to gain visibility. Hotel Whitcomb http://ggba.com/expo/expoinfo.html 1231 Market Street San Francisco CA 94103
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The Gay & Lesbian Market Symposium

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Don't miss this comprehensive research, advertising, marketing, and communications forum, helping you better understand and serve gay and lesbian consumers. Audience: Perfect for marketing, advertising and PR executives of all industries who want to successfully reach gay and lesbian communities, and initiate or update effective strategies. Dedicated: Symposium attendance is limited, in order to facilitate the best learning and networking environment. The Gay & Lesbian Market Symposium
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LGBT Economic Empowerment Day

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[caption id="attachment_567" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="SF LGBT Center"][/caption] The SF LGBT Community   Center presents: Second Annual LGBT Economic Empowerment Day Saturday, February 21, 2009 from 10-4:00 P.M. RSVP to econdev@sfcenter.org Admission is free but space is limited. LGBT Economic Empowerment Day will consist of expert panelists, diverse financial workshops, and a trade show. The event will bring together community members of all ages, in differing financial stages in their lives, to promote financial literacy, growth, and self-sufficiency. “First Act,” will address the financial needs of low income and young community members; “Second Act” will provide sessions geared toward professionals who need to develop strategies to secure their assets; and the third part -- “Encore”-- will address financial planning issues and the concerns of seniors and soon-to-be retirees. We are proud to…
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LGBT Job Fair 9.1 @ the Center

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LGBT Job Fair 9.1 @ the Center [caption id="attachment_569" align="alignright" width="138" caption="SF LGBT Center"][/caption] Wednesday, February 11, 2009 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM Free for Job Seekers! Find your next job @ the Center! Job Fair 9.1 will attract some of the Bay Area’s top employers seeking full time, part-time, and contract employees in Customer Service, Administrative, Sales, Technology, Entry, Management, Executive, Retail, Mail Order, and Call Center positions. Employers who have already confirmed include: Bank of America California Medical Center (CPMC) Federal Reserve Bach SF Jewish Vocational Services Kaiser Permanente Kimpton hotels & Restaurants Macy’s West McKesson Corp. Pacific Gas & Electric SFPD UCSF Campus UCSF Medical Walgreens Washington Mutual Wells Fargo Bank Go to www.sfcenter.org/job_fair.php to register. Contact David Bach, Workforce Development Specialist @ (415) 865-5534, DavidB@sfcenter.org if…
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NGLCC Heading to Seattle for Annual Conference

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[caption id="attachment_574" align="alignleft" width="213" caption="Out for Business"][/caption] The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce National Business and Leadership Conference will call Seattle home this May as it brings LGBT entrepreneurs, business leaders and corporate executives together to network and discuss issues of key importance to the LGBT business community—including LGBT Supplier Diversity. In addition to previous year's tracks that address business and chamber development as well as corporate best practices, this year's conference will feature a track of sessions focused on opportunities within the health care industry. Out for Business
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