Though my head may explode if I hear about any more internship/job interviews, I would recommend that you check this out as you’re going through the application/decision process. It’s the HRC “Best Places to Work 2010″ survey. It seems to me that if you have decided to “work,” you might as well be somewhere that’s, well, nice to you. Though Queerty notes that the ranking process may be a bit flawed, it’s a generally helpful study. Also, see the Huffington Post for a consolidated list of the WORST companies (i.e. – companies to avoid).
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Date: Wednesday, November 11th
Time: 8:00 pm
Location: Stephen Donaldson Lounge
Join GendeRevolution, Columbia’s trans rights organization! Learn more about trans issues, advocate for trans rights on campus, and eat free food!
Date: Thursday November 5, 2009
Time: 12:10pm – 1:00pm
Location: Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall, Room 104
Come hear the latest developments in transgender legal advocacy!
Attorney and trans-rights activist, M. Dru Levasseur, presents an overview of topics of interest to transgender individuals, allies, and advocates: hate crimes, nondiscrimination laws, legal issues surrounding Gender Identity Disorder, and more. Mr. Levasseur is a staff attorney of Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund and a co-founder of the Jim Collins Foundation.