The LGBTQ Resource and Information Center is seeking six interns for Spring 2013. Interns are required to work 8 hours a week in the LGBTQ office during office hours, and will work occasional evenings and weekends. Interns will be developing educational programs and developing relationships across the campus and in the community. Interns will be participating in the LGBTQ Inclusivity Art Show and Health Fair on March 8 and 9.
The Resource Center is seeking individuals who have a 3.5 GPA, who will complete SAFE Ally training, who are interested in teaching and promoting leadership, education, health and social justice with an inclusivity focus, and who are able to work with diverse populations. Interns need to work with a faculty member within their major, and work under the supervision of Stacie Christian, project coordinator of the LGBTQ Resource Center.
All interested persons need to do the following 1) discuss the opportunity with a faculty member who is interested in supervising the internship; 2) determine the criteria for an internship in their major 3) pick up an application form from Vicki Kersten, from the American Intercultural Center front desk in UU150; 4) submit a completed application by November 26. Any questions may be directed to Stacie Christian at firstname.lastname@example.org, or in the LGBTQ Resource Center in UU153. All applications need to be submitted by November 26. Interested persons should start the process as soon as possible as the internship positions are competitive and the interview process has already begun.