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Queers with Careers: Finding the Right Job

If you missed the first Queers with Careers panel, never fear. We have all the info right here for you.
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Queers with CareersIf you happened to miss the first Queers with Careers panel held last semester at the Alumni Center, never fear. We have all the info right here for you.

Co-sponsored with the Spectrum Center and the Career Center, the event featured panelists Raivynn Smith, ’17, and Donald Beckwith. Raivynn serves as the program specialist for events and partnerships at the Spectrum Center. Beckwith works at the Career Center as a coach coordinating and presenting workshops and programs to students across campus.

At the panel, the two shared important advice with the LGBTQ community about where to look for job opportunities. Here is a list of job resources they provided:

Campus Resources:

Handshake is the career platform for more than 6 million college students at over 350 schools. It is a job app for students that has more than 14,000 jobs and internships posted from employers that represent 99 percent of the Fortune 500, including financial institutions, tech companies, design and marketing agencies, and nonprofits. Job recommendations are curated based on your interests, skills, major, location preferences, and search history. U-M students login with their email account.

Employers connect with U-M schools and colleges via this site to find the talent they are seeking. It gives them information on the network of career services offices at U-M, including the Alumni Association. As a student you can see all recruiting events on this site, including job fairs for different schools and colleges on campus.

The Opportunity Hub
This is where LSA undergraduates can apply for internship opportunities in the U.S. and globally. The site also promises the “opportunity for our undergraduates to envision the paths before them and look to life after graduation not as a cause of anxiety, but as a source of boundless enthusiasm.”

External Resources:

Indeed. com
Employees post a job, students post a resume, and matches are made.
This is a great site for finding nonprofit and government jobs near and far, in all areas of interest.
Search open positions on the web, get your own personalized salary estimate, and read reviews on more than 600,000 companies worldwide

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