Identity Based Resources
- Employment Discrimination
Colorado law prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation (CO's legal definition of sexual orientation for this law includes gender identity), age, disability, marriage to a co-worker, and prohibits retaliation for engaging in a civil rights-protected activity.
Federal law prohibits an employer to discriminate based on race, religion, gender (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), and disability or genetic information.
Looking for a job? Know your rights: Includes information on Social Media Privacy
- Gender and Sexuality Resources
- Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals
- Denver Gay Professionals
- Transgender Career Advancement Project - The Center for Colorado
- Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Corporate Equality Index: the national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices related to LGBT employees
- Know Your Rights: Employment Discrimination and Transgender People - by the National Center for Transgender Equality
- Lambda Legal - search state laws and LGBT protections
- OUT Boulder Transgender Employment Resources
- National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals, Inc.
- Out & Equal Workplace Advocates LGBTCareerLink
- Transgender at Work and their list of Progressive Companies
- Coming Out at Work, Human Rights Campaign
- Common Work Related Questions, Northeastern University Career Development
- People with Disabilities Career Resources
- Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities
- Federal Government Careers for Individuals with Disabilities
- Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
- Disclosing a Disability in a Job Interview - By Job Choices
- My Blind Spot - Career Resources
- United States Department of Labor Disability Resources
- Job Accomodation Network
- Veteran Resources
Military One Source
- TAP was established to meet the needs of separating service members during their period of transition into civilian life by offering job-search assistance and related services.
- Offers a variety of tools to assist with resumes, cover letters, and job searching for veterans
Carer and Hob Information from the U.S. Department of Labor on O*Net
Career One Stop Military to Civilian Occupation Translator
- This tool assists service members with matching military skills and experience to civilian occupations
- The Skills Profiler steps you through a series of forms that allow you to identify skills and activities
you have used on the job or elsewhere. This leads to a customized Skills Profile that
- A summary of identified skills and work activities.
- A list of occupations matched either to skills or work activities.
- A link to Occupation Profiles for more detailed occupation information, as well as links from there to the Employer Locator for names of employers in their area.
- A "Compare to Another Occupation" feature that identifies similarities and differences between the selected occupation and another occupation of interest.
- UNC Cultural Centers and Advocacy Offices
- Asian/Pacific American Student Services (A/PASS)
- Center for Human Enrichment (CHE) (for first-generation college students)
- Center for International Education
- César Chavez Cultural Center
- Disability Support Services
- GLBTA Resource Office
- Marcus Garvey Cultural Center
- Native American Student Services (NASS)
- Stryker Institute for Leadership Development
- Women's Resources Center
- DREAMer Resources
Students with undocumented status face a unique set of challenges in their career journeys. UNC Career Services is here to offer individualized career support to all students, regardless of immigration status.