Center On Halsted Offering ‘Outsource,’ Career Development Program for the LGBT Community

Chicago, IL–(ENEWSPF)– Center on Halsted is currently offering OUTsource, a career transition program for the LGBT community. Programs are offered on an ongoing basis, the second and third Saturdays of each month, at Center on Halsted, located at 3656 N. Halsted in Chicago.

OUTsource provides an opportunity for participants to take charge of their professional lives in an increasingly competitive job market. Two distinct career transition programs, each catering to your particular career level, provide the tools, skills and knowledge necessary to effectively manage a job change. Whether you are new to the work force or an experienced professional, OUTsource has an option designed to suit your needs.

"Career Jump Start" offers fundamental tools and skills for anyone new to the job scene, the unemployed or underemployed. The experienced manager and executive will benefit from "Executive and Professional Career Transition Services," which offers ongoing career transitional support, one-on-one professional coaching, and business and networking opportunities.

Classes are offered on the second and third Saturdays of each month:

9AM-12PM: Career Jump Start

1PM – 4PM: Executive and Professional Career Training Services

Due to limited space, reservations are required. To register, simply visit:, then search “OUTsource”, where you can register by submitting an online survey. A professional career advisor will contact you personally to let you know how OUTsource can work for you!

Each class is available for just $5 per session.

For more information, please email [email protected] or call 773/661-0673.

For more information about Center on Halsted, please visit our website,

Chicago’s Center on Halsted is the Midwest’s largest community center for LGBT persons. As a resource and gathering place for youth and adults in a safe, inviting atmosphere, the Center offers comprehensive support networks and programming to meet the cultural, emotional, social, educational and recreational needs of all LGBT and non-LGBT persons.