HOT SHOTS 2012
IS A MUST HAVE
FOR LGBTQ COLLEGE
AND IDEAS WHEN
The full version is a 24-page resource that provides highlights and career advice for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer college students on the following topics:
- Preparation for the workplace
- Job search
- Coming out in the workplace
- The affects of being OUT
and open in the workplace
- Advice for students
OUT for Work STORE
HOT SHOTS 2012
HIGHLIGHTING YOUNG LGBTQ PROFESSIONALS
With purchase of one (1) hard copy
Includes Hard Copy & PDF Version
OUT for Work is proud to announce the release of a new career resource for LGBTQ college students transitioning from academia to the workplace: HOT Shots 2012.
Highlights and advice for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer college students transitioning from academia to the workplace from those who have recently been there.
Available in hard copy and PDF formats.
What People Say About HOT SHOTS 2012
Sponsored by pharmaceutical leader, Merck, this resource will inspire the next generation of LGBTQ employees by highlighting and sharing the stories of those younger professionals already in the workplace. HOT Shots 2012 will be distributed this fall to colleges across the United States and available for download in OUT for Work’s Virtual Career Center.
Young professionals from Fortune 500 companies such as Boeing, Oracle, PNC, and BP; government agencies including US Department of State and USAID; and academia and the nonprofit sector such as The American Sociological Association, University of Vermont, and NASPA provide highlights and advice on preparing for the workplace. Topics include job search processes, resume writing, interviewing techniques, coming out in the workplace, and affects of being openly LGBTQ in the workplace.
"My colleagues can sense that I am being authentic in my interactions and conversations with them. Being out and bringing my entire self to work has helped me achieve the greatest success possible," stated Jacob Benjamin Hanna of Deloitte Consulting.
"This is a must-have for not only for LGBTQ students but anyone who is involved in the career development of LGBTQ individuals," stated Riley Folds, Founding Executive Director of OUT for Work.
"In addition, for those companies who are looking for new ways to attract talent, this is a great way to increase your brand to the LGBTQ community," Folds added.