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3rd Annual Job Fair for LGBTQ Teens, Youth and Allies This Saturday

Attention LGBTQ Teens seeking employment…the 3rd annual LGBTQ Teen Job Fair is happening this coming Saturday, March 31 at the Seattle Academy Gym near 13th and Madison on Capitol Hill. It can be tough for youth/teens to find jobs but especially so for LGBTQ youth. Here’s a chance to connect with cool area employers.


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Free! LGBTQ Teens & Youth Job Fair

WHAT: 3rd Annual Job Fair for LGBTQ Teens, Youth and allies!
DATE: Saturday, March 31, 2018 TIME: Noon to 2 p.m.
WHERE: Seattle Academy Gymnasium (new location) 1111 – 13th Avenue, Seattle 98122 (between Madison, E Union, and Spring Street)
[Co-located at Seattle Academy with the 2018 GLSEN WA LGBTQ Youth Leadership Conference.]
Transit-friendly location: 9 blocks from Capitol Hill light rail station, and about 3 blocks from stops for Metro Routes 2, 9,11, 12, 43, 49, & 60.  Bus tickets available!

All youth of any age are encouraged to attend. There will be many opportunities for high school age (14-19) and young adults (19-24). Gobs of jobs! Part-time, full-time, summer, year-round & more! Offered by employers who are LGBTQ-friendly. We hope to see you there! For more info:
Sign up on the Teen Jobs email list at:
Attendees should come prepared to spend some time visiting the various booths and, if possible, bring copies of their resume or work and volunteer experience.

If you need help creating a resume, visit staff at one of our 5 teen community center computer labs that have drop-in hours after school to ask for help:

We hope to see you there!

The Youth Job Fair for LGBTQ and Allies is a collaborative effort led by the Youth Employment and Service Learning Unit of Seattle Parks and Recreation.

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