Dallas Texas GLBT Job Fair April 1 2009 at SMU

Bringing diversity to the workplace.

Job Expo 2009 will be April 1 (Wednesday), 2-6 p.m. at the Fincher Building, Cox School of Business (6212 Bishop Blvd.), Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX 75205. Free parking is available for Expo attendees along Bishop Blvd. Click here for SMU campus map: the Fincher Building is #42.

Hosted by the Office of Diversity, Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University.
Job Seekers: Whether you are looking for a better job, re-entering the workforce or you are just starting your career, GLBT Job Expo provides an opportunity to meet with employers looking to hire you.

Employers: Diversity in your business makes sense. By showing that you value and promote diversity demonstrates a commitment that goes beyond market share and employment. GLBT Job Expo provides an opportunity for you to meet and hire eligible candidates eager to make your companies shine. Click here to have your company be part of the 2009 GLBT Job Expo.
The GLBT Job Expo is part of the Center's commitment to raising awareness of how all people benefit by supporting each other and working together.

2009 GLBT Job Expo participants include:

City of Fort Worth
McKesson Corporation
Wells Fargo
North Texas LEAD
Dallas County Sheriff's Department
Texas Instruments
American Airlines
University of Texas at Arlington
Southwest Airlines
Workforce Solutions of Greater Dallas
Liberty National Life Insurance
OBOX Solutions
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Center for Non-Profit Management
Dallas ISD Alternative Certification
Metro PCS
HEB Central Market
Farmers Insurance
City of Dallas
Chipotle Mexican Grill
CVS Caremark
State Farm Insurance
SMU Continuing and Professional Education

posted by Kelli Busey
I'm job hunting so I'll see you there!


shrink on the couch said...

Good to see which companies are GLBT friendly. HEB, for instance. I now have another arguement to give my husband in favor of shopping there (I like the store, he doesn't).

Good luck in the job hunt!

planet trans said...

Thank you phd!! I like HEB too. (hope they are reading this;)2