Our Trans Employment Program supports you through every aspect of the job search process and matches you with trans friendly employers: from setting a goal and targeting employers, to building outstanding resumes and cover letters, to practicing successful interview techniques, identifying references, and salary negotiations. We are here to help you land the job that is a perfect fit for you.
TEEI team members are experts in helping you address concerns like:
We can help make sure you are prepared and know your rights. After you are hired, we are there to help you excel and advance in your career through continued training and follow-up support.
We work with hundreds of leading employers looking to hire trans and GNC people in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Make an appointment with us to get access to our weekly job postings and hiring events.
All Job Seeker Services are free! Check out what we offer:
Career Coaching – Help you find your dream job!
Job Search Support – Resumes, Interviews, Tips for Trans & GNC Job Seekers
Workshops – Leadership Training, and Life Skills Classes
Legal Services – ID Document Support, and Transitioning on the Job
Networking – Professional Mentoring and Community Events
Referrals – Housing, Healthcare, and Local Resources
Jobs – Job Postings and Referrals to Employers
Book an appointment today!
Candy Coleman is a care coordinator in SF.
Are you looking for support coming out at work or are you considering transitioning on the job? If so, we are here to help provide coaching for you and your employer through the process from trans-inclusion training, benefit review, to workplace policy review.
Check out our Model Transgender Workplace Policy Guide for more information and contact us for support.
Through our partnership with the Transgender Law Center, we provide legal services to trans and gender non-conforming people. We can provide a direct referral to the Transgender Law Center or you can stop by our monthly Trans Legal Clinic.
At our free legal clinic, you will meet with an experienced Staff Attorney from the Transgender Law Center who can provide support with name/ID changes, address employment discrimination or harassment, and review your rights in the workplace.
Contact us for a direct referral or visit the Transgender Law Center Helpline.
Check our event Calendar for updates on our monthly Trans Legal Clinic.
Cris Izaguirre speaking at TDOV 2015
TEEI co-organizes and host several annual community events including Trans Day of Visibility (TDOV), Trans Day of Remembrance (TDOR), Trans Holiday Party, the Center’s LGBTQ Career Fairs and more. We believe we are stronger when we come together and celebrate each other and community.
Also, TEEI offers a wide range of weekly and monthly workshops, job clubs and hiring events. Check out what is coming up next on our Events page.
Transcode was developed in 2012, as a computer programming class for trans and gender non-conforming folks. Today, Transcode has grown to a community of trans & GNC people currently in tech and aspiring coders, designers, and newbies to industry.
Transcode teaches folks computer programming and software engineering skills through a co-working space, series of classes, study groups, and Trans Tech Talks with leading trans and GNC tech professionals.
The goal of Transcode is to develop more diversity in the tech industry and to build a community of trans and gender non-conforming individuals currently in or aspiring for a career in technology through skill building, mentorship, and networking.
Class meets every Wednesday at the SF LGBT Center from 6pm to 8pm. All the classes are free and open to the community and our allies. If you are interested in volunteering as a TA or teaching a class please contact us.
Join our Transcode Meetup for updates and check out our Event Calendar.
Robyn is a food pantry manager in the Bay Area.
The SF LGBT Center and the Center’s Economic Development Department provides a holistic set of services aimed at the economic sustainability and self-sufficiency of trans and LGBTQ communities. These one of a kind programs include the Trans Employment Program (TEEI) and many other services for youth, seniors, families, and more!
We offer a variety of resources for finding secure housing, employment, developing a small business, as well as financial coaching and credit repair. All of the Center services are free. Check out our Resources page for more information or setup an appointment for additional referrals throughout the San Francisco/ Bay Area.
Renting in San Francisco is getting more expensive each day and there are many more renters than there are units available, making for serious competition. Also, many trans and GNC folks can’t afford to rent or our homeless looking for a safe place to stay.
The Center’s housing program provides support and navigation of local resources. We provide monthly affordable rental workshop and ongoing 1:1 counseling for current and potential renters. Contact us to learn more or check out our calendar.
The Center offers supports for LGBTQ people and our allies to develop financial security whether its starting a new job, building a business, gearing up savings, working towards homeownership or are navigating changes in career or life goals.
We also offer an innovative credit building program called Lending Circles, that can help you establish or improve your credit, increase savings and access a microloan. On average, 50 points credit score increase over a 6 month period. Lending Circles have been used to pay down debt, rebuild credit from a bankruptcy, put a down payment on a car or establish credit to secure a home loan.
The first step in this process is taking our financial capability classes, which cover all the basics, including an in-depth overview of the topic area, introduction of financial resources and practical tools to incorporate afterwards. Contact us to learn more about our classes or to schedule a 1:1 financial counseling session.
From testing your idea to launching your business, the Center offers ongoing support for entrepreneurs to bring their businesses to life. Through one-on-one coaching, clients have the opportunity to meet with a business specialist who will review their current situation, assess their needs and work with them to develop a concrete action plan. Whether you’re testing out an idea or you’re looking to further establish your business, we are here to help share useful resources and facilitate an action plan to help you get moving towards attaining your goals.
Contact us to learn more!
For more information about the Center’s services and resources, visit our website.
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