Careers ServiceLGBT Charter Mark

The Careers & Employability Service is part of the University‚Äôs Student Experience directorate. The Directorate achieved a Silver LGBT Charter award in early 2020. The Charter is managed by LGBT Youth Scotland and recognises the achievements of organisations in proactively including LGBTI people in every aspect of their work, protecting staff and providing a high-quality service to customers, students or service users.

LGBT Charter Silver logo

The LGBT Charter requires departments and organisations to demonstrate that staff have undertaken LGBT awareness training and that policies, practice and resources have been reviewed to make sure that they are as inclusive as they can be. It also demonstrates that awardees have engaged and consulted with LGBT communities and undertaken work to promote LGBT inclusion and awareness within their organisation.

Further resources and support for our LGBTI students and graduates

The University of Strathclyde aims to be an inclusive community which recognises the potential, talents and contribution of all people regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, sex, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership and pregnancy and maternity (and paternity).

The Careers Service provides comprehensive equality and diversity resources, including links to inclusive employers and opportunities/

Visit the Equality & Diversity Office website for more information about the help, support and advice we provide, or to access our online Report and Support facility.

We have a named contact group for trans and non-binary students our team can advise you and help co-ordinate support in a range of areas

Employers

If you would like to discuss potential events that would be of interest to our LGBTI students and graduates we would love to hear from you, employers@strath.ac.uk.