Join this web series from HRC and Trans Can Work to connect transgender and non-binary job seekers with opportunities and resources.
Transgender and non-binary people, and particularly those of color, experience higher unemployment and underemployment rates than their cisgender peers. With national unemployment soaring amidst the COVID-19 health crisis, these communities stand to be further marginalized and cut off from economic security and opportunity.
While many employers are laying off and furloughing workers, there are others who are hiring. Human Rights Campaign Foundation and Trans Can Work's "Who's Hiring" webcast series will highlight current employment opportunities and provide information on how to apply for them. All types of roles across all industries will be featured.
In addition, the HRC Foundation and our partners at Trans Can Work will provide additional job preparation resources such as on-demand sessions for resume prep and building interviewing skills.
HRC is proud to partner with TRANS CAN WORK, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Los Angeles, California committed to advancing workplace inclusion through innovative training strategies and workforce development. Trans Can Work's tried and true system is based off decades of cumulative experience as transgender leaders working to advance inclusion in the public, private, and non-profit sectors across the country.
Job Seekers can connect with Trans Can Work here.
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