Careers in Social Justice and Advocacy Panel

Graduating with a Liberal Arts degree and beginning your job search? Looking for a career in social justice and advocacy surrounding women and LGBTQ issues but still want to make a living?

The Tulane Career Center, along with Newcomb College Institute and the Office of Gender and Sexual Diversity, will be hosting a panel for Careers in Social Justice surrounding Women and LGBTQ issues. During this time, Tulane alumni from the New Orleans community will be present to discuss their current positions in this field. Students in attendance will be able to hear stories of panelists’ experience during their own job search and what to expect once they begin a career in this line of work. Open to all majors and all students, the panel will take place on Tuesday, April 15th, from 5:30-7:00pm in Room 201 of the Lavin-Bernick Center. For questions, please contact Ed Pittman at