UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center
Your Journey: A Career Guide for Trans and Nonbinary Students
Your Journey encourages you to reflect on your own wants, needs, and values, and how these might show up in different career possibilities. It emphasizes the importance of community in the career process, and having a circle of support and guidance to help you make choices that you feel comfortable with. Your Journey also provides practical tips and strategies – such as how write an effective resume – as well as useful information on your rights in the workplace.
In partnership with the Career Center, the LGBTQ Center hosts weekly Career Peer drop-in hours. The UCLA Career Peers are one of the Career Center’s main resources for undergraduate students searching for peer-to-peer advisement. Whether it be resume critiques, job exploration, or interview advice, every Career Peer is well trained in providing assistance across a wide-range of internship/career related concerns. For more information about UCLA Career Peer Advisors, please visit https://www.career.ucla.edu/Students/Training-and-Leadership-Opportunities/Peer-Advisors-Program1.
Ongoing Job Opportunities
Check back regularly to find ongoing job postings!
Bienestar Bilingual Study Coordinator
Under the direction of the Director of Research and Evaluation, the Study Coordinator will organize and implement a research project focusing on developing and pilot testing a culturally-tailored intervention to facilitate use of PrEP for HIV prevention among immigrant Latinx men who have sex with men (LMSM). The project will include recruiting immigrant LMSM who are HIV negative to be part of the study. The Bilingual Study Coordinator will be involvedin conducting surveys, facilitating three small group sessions with LMSM and providing peer navigation services for accessing PrEP. The program will use the Information, Motivation and Behavioral Skills framework.
For more information, visit https://www.bienestar.org/join-our-team/.
Director of Finance and Administration, Genders and Sexualities Alliance Network
GSA Network (GSAN) is a next-generation LGBTQ racial and gender justice organization that empowers and trains queer, trans and allied youth leaders to advocate, organize, and mobilize an intersectional movement for safer schools and healthier communities. At a critical moment in this country, GSA Network is doing essential social and racial justice work. The organization works with grassroots, youth-led groups, and a national network of GSAN clubs, empowering them to educate their schools and communities, advocate for just policies that protect LGBTQ youth from harassment and violence, and organize in coalition with other youth groups across identity lines to address broader issues of oppression.
GSAN is seeking a Director of Finance and Administration to support the internal finance and administration functions that allow GSAN to do this important work. The Director of Finance & Administration will work closely with the Co-Executive Directors and other members of the Directors Team to ensure fiduciary and operational efficiency and excellence across the organization.
Ideal candidates for the role will bring experience with administrative, office, operations, and fiscal management in a non-profit setting. Most importantly, candidates will be inspired by GSAN’s work and mission and bring a demonstrated understanding of LGBTQIA+ youth leadership and empowerment, commitment to youth development, and passion for social change.
Find more information at https://npag.com/current-searches-all/gsan-dfa.