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CLEAR Job Talk: LGBTQ Resume Basics
February 6 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
A resume is your first impression to an employer as a job-seeker, and is a vital document you should keep updated throughout your working life.
As an LGBTQ job-seeker, you may have specific questions about your resume. There are no one-size-fits-all answers to these questions, but we have a few ideas to share that may help you choose the best options for you in writing your resume.
Come learn about resume writing do’s and don’ts from career coach Kyle Inselman at our online CLEAR Job Talk about LGBTQ Resume Writing on February 6, at 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET.
Come hear more about:
- The best ways to list your name, pronouns, and LGBTQ community involvement on your resume.
- The most important information to include when highlighting your work and volunteer experience.
- The possible pros and cons of coming out as LGBTQ on your resume to employers.
We look forward to seeing you on Zoom! Buy a ticket—or RSVP for free—to get the online event link emailed to you, or check back here and click the Watch button when the event starts!
The webinar will be recorded and posted. RSVP or get a ticket to have the link to the video and workshop handouts sent to you after the presentation!
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About the presenters:
Kyle Inselman is a career advisor and instructor at the University of Denver. In addition to his work in career guidance, Kyle is a writer and speaker focusing on trans inclusion and gender in employment and higher education, with over ten years of experience in facilitating training to a variety of audiences. Kyle is president-elect of the Collegiate Career Services Association of Colorado and Wyoming and serves as co-chair of the National Career Development Association’s Committee on Diversity Initiatives and Cultural Inclusion.
Spencer Watson is the Founder and Executive Director of the Center for LGBTQ Economic Advancement & Research. Spencer is a graduate of Berkeley Law as a J.D., where their studies emphasized consumer financial protection, prudential regulation, lending discrimination, and civil rights. Spencer worked at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Office of Fair Lending, and at Consumer’s Union. Before law school, Spencer worked as a financial and credit counselor, and as a camparign organizer for K12 and civil rights groups.
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