O4U’s members engage and collaborate with each other through varied media, including the Out for Undergrad Business Conference (OUBC), the Out for Undergrad Technology Conference (OUTC), the Out for Undergrad Leadership Summit (OULS) and through participation in year-long Students and Alumni engagement. This year marks the launch of the Student community, with the goal of providing meaningful guidance to undergraduate students through an engaging virtual curriculum. Through your participation in O4U activities you will also have access to unique mentorship opportunities with LGBT professionals. O4U aims to provide all members with the opportunity to engage with students and alumni from across the country and develop their leadership potential.
As a student, here is how you can stay active in our community:
- Please Register with us to become part of the O4U Community and to learn more and participate in O4U programs, events, and resources.
- Join an Industry Cohort, which are virtual communities of students with the same career objectives from across the country. Through your cohort you will connect with students and alums whose professional interests and goals align with yours. Through your cohort participation you can take advantage of our students mentorship program, and connect with professional mentors who can help you prepare for interview and provide insight into your prospective career path and decisions.
- Do you want to develop your leadership skills and increase your visibility in front of O4U organizers? Sign up to be a Cohort Leader and help impact the direction of O4U Students initiatives. The deadline to apply is March 11, 2013 at noon EST.
- Apply to be a Campus Ambassador. O4U’s Campus Ambassadors play a key role in executing the various Conferences’ campus outreach strategy. As the primary contact for O4U at your college or university, CAs will be responsible for representing the Conference to key campus stakeholders and for promoting the Conferences to top LGBTQ student talent.
- Apply to attend our pioneering industry conferences, OUBC and OUTC for the opportunity to develop professional skills, network with other LGBT-identifying students and attend whirlwind recruiting sessions. Students with exceptional leadership potential may be a great fit for our Out for Undergrad Leadership Summit (OULS).