Are you an LGBTQIA/allied student, employee or business owner in Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Real Estate Development or Related Industries?
Join us on October 27, 2021 from 10am to 4pm PDT for our virtual job fair focused on matching you with firms that share a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
The following employers are offering career opportunities at the BuildOUT California LGBTQ+ Student Job Fair:
To register, create your Career Fair Plus account by clicking on the link below the and search 'BuildOUT California'.
The booking window will open October 11 at 12:00 PDT at which time you will be able to reserve appointments.
Are you an Employer looking for qualified LGBTQ/Allied employees and interns from colleges and universities from throughout California?
As a participating employer, your company will be showcased on our Job Fair website along with your recruitment initiatives for full-time, contract, summer, part-time and co-op positions. The cost for employers to participate is $350.
PARTICIPATING EMPLOYERS RECEIVE:
Access to students from multiple California Universities
Logo visibility on the event website and BuildOUT California social media channels
Have up to 3 representatives attend the Virtual Job Fair
Contact Information for participating job/intern seekers.
Additional sponsorship opportunities to drive more students to your virtual booths
PILOT MENTORING PROGRAM
Since our founding in July 2020, we’ve expanded our Founders Board and initiatives to include an upcoming LGBTQ+ Career Fair as well as a pilot student mentoring program we are launching this Fall 2021 in California. We’re eager to partner with colleges and universities from throughout California to provide a network of LGBTQ+ professionals in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry. Please contact Daniel Souza (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Vigor Lam (email@example.com) for more information.
PROGRAM LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After finishing the BuildOUT Mentoring Program, students will:
connect and gain mentorship within the LGBTQ A/E/C industry
gain soft skills in professional networking
be prepared to join the workforce as an entry-level