...if I'm looking for a job or scholarship?

The Office of Career Services (OCS) believes that the diversity of the Harvard community strengthens and enriches our campus. OCS is committed to serving students of all backgrounds, identities, and experiences (including and not limited to gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, immigration status, nationality, socioeconomic status, and disability). As diverse professionals, students may face specific challenges navigating career opportunities and the workplace environment.

To that end, OCS encourages students to look through their Resources for Diverse Populations* to learn more about programs and support available for specific populations, and to stop by drop-ins for a one-on-one session with a member of their diverse team of advisers. The BGLTQ-specific resources can be found below, and additional resources can be found at the OCS website.

*Please note that this list is meant to serve as a starting point, and as such is not exhaustive.

OCS Overview for BGLTQ Students (pdf)

Additional Resources for BGLTQ Students

  • The Human Rights Campaign Employee Resources – Human Rights Campaign is the largest national lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer civil rights organization. Find resources on everything from coming out to addressing workplace discrimination.
  • Out & Equal Workplace Advocates – A nonprofit dedicated to achieving global LGBT workplace equality. Provides leadership and professional development, education, and research to create workplaces free of discrimination. Hosts the annual Workplace Summit.
  • LGBT Connect – Job board for connecting employers with the LGBT community.
  • Pride@Work – Nonprofit representing LGBTQ union members and their allies. They focus on LGBTQ-inclusive contracts & policies.


Our new, fully accessible office space is located on the Lower Level of Grays Hall, through the rear entrance (facing Wigglesworth). If you have any concerns about accessibility, please reach out to us at BGLTQ@fas.harvard.edu.