Coming out is always a private decision. You should determine how important it is to you to be out at work and whether or not you will be out on your application, client pitch, contract bid or during your interview. Listing an LGBT affiliation (with relevant applicable skills and accomplishments) on your resume or cover letter may be a way to find out early in the process whether a prospective employer is likely to treat you fairly. -- Out At Work, Lambda Legal, Chapter Two
New! Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index 2015
Over 300 businesses got ratings of 100 in this year's survey of best places to work for LGBT employees. This is a great reource for students looking in the business/environment or industrial ecology space.
U.S. Department of Justice Pride
DOJ Pride serves as the U.S. Department of Justice’s recognized organization for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) employees and allies.