Anonymous User wrote:Right -- this is exactly why I think it would be helpful to have this info.
Even though LGBT "counts" for the diversity resume collect, that won't make a difference if employers aren't looking for that type of diversity. So with enough data points, maybe we can suss out a trend one way or the other.
Also, can someone explain how the resume collects go? Is it (1) after the deadline, all of the submitted resumes are compiled and sent, (2) employers can peruse resumes whenever they want (before or after the deadline), but students can no longer submit after the deadline, or (3) employers specify what type of diversity (for lack of better phrasing) they are looking for and only get resumes that indicate a potential match? Or something else?
LGBT did well last year. It helps. Also do Lavender law, many get jobs through there.
ETA: On callbacks, sometimes you can ask to speak to LGBT attorneys. Do this.