The Programming & Events Graduate Intern plans programs and events for LGBTQ communities. The Intern creates programs, including logistical details for events, seeks co-sponsors, and provides general support to other departments planning programs for LGBTQ communities. The Graduate Intern supervises the undergraduate program and events intern.
o Plan programs, including the logistical details for programs and events:
National Coming Out Day/ Pride Week
Transgender Day of Remembrance
International LGBTQ Human Rights Lecture
Supervise Lavender Graduation committee
o Work in collaboration with Center staff to advertise Center programs;
o Act as liaison to student organizations and departments seeking to collaborate on programming;
o Attend regularly scheduled meetings, such as one-on-ones with the director, staff meetings, professional development in-services, Center events, etc., as possible;
o Assist with general office support, such as answering phone calls, replying to emails, greeting visitors in a positive and professional manner.
o Other similar duties as assigned.
o Prior program planning experience.
o Highly organized.
o Strong verbal and written communication skills.
o Strong creative and problem solving skills.
o Must be organized and capable of independent work.
o Must be available for Friday 10 am – 12 pm staff meetings.
o Must have demonstrated knowledge of and sensitivity to traditionally underrepresented students (including, but not limited to, Asian/Pacific Islander, Asian-American, African, African-American, Hispanic, Latinx, Native American, Alaskan Native, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning students, students with disabilities as well as those with various spiritual/religious beliefs).
Term of Internship: August 03, 2020 – May 15, 2021
Hours: 10-20 hours hrs per week depending on program
Credits: depending on program