Job Opportunities

 

Employment

We are not currently hiring, however, we are always accepting applications.

Please complete the application below and drop it by the office or email it to lgbtrc@uci.edu.

View the application

 

Internships

Each year the center hires interns who each specialize in a certain aspect of the work the center does. 

Please visit the Student Life & Leadership website to apply. 

 

 

  

Specialized Description: Graphics and Technology Intern

 

The Graphics and Technology Intern is responsible for the overall design of LGBTRC program materials. 

 

 

-Work 8-10 hours per week for the academic year, assisting in specialized and outreach/liaison tasks for the Resource Center when necessary

-Manage, design, and update content on the LGBRC website as necessary under the direction of the Professional Staff

-Design graphic publicity for ongoing programs, workshops, services, and events (flyers, posters, LGBTRC resource wall pamphlets, postcards, etc.)

-Coordinate with Outreach Intern regarding the creation of advertising and outreach materials for all LGBTRC services and events in collaboration with other staff members as necessary

-Utilize Photoshop and other computer/tech programs to create exceptional handouts/flyers/posters

-Manage online community tools and social networks that promote the LGBTRC and its services and programs including facebook, twitter, instagram, etc.

-Collaborate with all interns to be sure that their work is represented in an on-line presence

-Other duties as assigned

 

Specialized Description: Outreach Intern

 

The Outreach Intern is responsible for LGBTRC Visibility events and coordinates the Volunqueer Team with Professional Staff.

 

-Work 8-10 hours per week for the academic year, assisting in specialized and outreach/liaison tasks for the Resource Center when necessary

-Develop and coordinate tabling, booths, passive/interactive displays at campus events, LGBTRC major program weeks, and weekly visibility outreach

-Coordinate with the Graphics & Tech Intern regarding the distribution and removal of advertising and outreach materials for all LGBTRC services and events in collaboration with other staff members as necessary

-Train and coordinate schedules of other interns and Volunqueers on how to properly provide outreach tabling on behalf of the LGBTRC

-Work in conjunction with the Volunqueer group to market LGBTRC events and resources across campus

-Collaborate with other interns to outreach to potential volunteers and campus departments or student groups who may be interested in volunteering or collaborating with the LGBTRC

-Assist professional and student staff with visibility projects including outreach tabling and passive programming

-Track all data related to outreach efforts, contact, etc.

-Other duties as assigned

 

Specialized Description: Workshop Intern

 

The Workshop Intern is responsible for recruitment and training students to serve on Speaker’s Bureau, and assists in implementing Safe Zone Training with professional staff.  

 

-Work 8-10 hours per week for the academic year, assisting in specialized and outreach/liaison tasks for the Resource Center when necessary

-Manage, organize, and respond to workshop/panel requests and Speaker's Bureau participants involvement in Safe Zones

-Work with Professional staff to set quarterly Speaker's Bureau training dates and curriculum; collect coming out stories from panelists

-Recruit and co-facilitate trainings for new Speaker's Bureau panelists

-Conduct and manage assessment for Speaker's Bureau, Safe Zones, and other workshops in conjunction with professional staff

-Manage, file, and create end of quarter reports of workshops and evaluations

-Collaborate with Graphics & Tech Intern and Marketing Intern to create and advertise LGBTRC workshops, Speaker's Bureau, and Safe Zones

-Create, assemble, and distribute Safe Zone Ally placards, stickers, and additional resources

-Responsible for utilizing and updating the LGBTRC's OUT List

-Other duties as assigned

 

 

Specialized Description: Community Programs Interns (2 positions)

 

The Community Programs Interns are responsible for supporting and implementing LGBTRC Quarterly & weekly events and programs under supervision of professional staff. The Community Programs Interns will work with other LGBTRC interns and UCI departments to bring a variety of programs to the LGBTRC.

 

-Work 8-10 hours per week for the academic year, assisting in specialized and outreach/liaison tasks for the Resource Center when necessary

-Work with the Professional Staff and other Programs Intern to plan and organize the LGBTRC’s quarterly and yearly programming calendar

-Create, research and manage a monthly event related to the awareness week of that month, under the guidance of professional staff

-Organize and plan a weekly program in which community members can engage in current event discussions (ex. Queer Talks, QPOC Nights and Late Nights)

-Create resources, programs, and events concerning social justice issues including historically underrepresented groups, queer people of color, the intersections of multiple identities, and other marginalized communities within the larger LGBTQ community

-Serve on committees and collaborate with campus departments including, but not limited to CARE and On-Campus Student Housing and various student groups on social justice and campus wide programs like Deconstruction Zone and Take Back the Night

-Serve as a liaison between the LGBTRC and community and campus partners including UCI student organizations and campus departments

-Other duties as assigned

 

Specialized Description: Cultural Programs Intern

 

The Cultural Programs Intern is responsible for co-facilitating QPOC (Queer People of Color Nights) and other social justice related programs that support the LGBTRC’s mission to provide intersectional awareness and allyship to the UCI community.

 

-Work 8-10 hours per week for the academic year, assisting in specialized and outreach/liaison tasks for the Resource Center when necessary

-Under the supervision of Professional Staff, plan, research, and co-facilitate weekly QPOC Nights programming at the LGBTRC

-Work in conjunction with professional staff to advise and coordinator with LGBTRC QPOC/QTPOC organizations, such as: Queer & Asian, La Familia, and Black Queer Collective

-Serve on the planning and facilitation team for the Queer and Race Series program; a collaboration with the LGBTRC and Cross Cultural Center

-Work as a liaison to the Cross Cultural Center and to the Cross Cultural Center’s Umbrella Organizations

-Create resources, programs, and events concerning social justice issues including historically underrepresented groups, queer people of color, the intersections of multiple identities, and other marginalized communities within the larger LGBTQ community

-Under the supervision of professional staff, plan and implement yearly QPOC and Q&TPOC Awareness Week

-Other duties as assigned

 


 

Volunqueer (8 positions)

 

The LGBTRC Volunqueer Program is a year long (fall, winter, spring) opportunity for students to gain valuable leadership skills and cultural competency while contributing to the mission and vision of the LGBTRC. Volunqueers are active members of the LGBTRC and collaborate with administrative and student staff so that the LGBTRC can serve its constituents through advisement, advocacy, program development, and outreach. Volunqueer hours consist of 3-5 hours per week and must commit throughout the academic year. This is a non-paid position.

 

Volunqueers responsibilities include:

 

- Commit to 3-5 hours per week for the academic year and maintain availability on Monday nights from 5:00pm-7:00pm for meetings and educational trainings

-Assist in Coming out Group & Peer Mentorship opportunities

-Participate in personal and professional development activities. 

- Assist in LGBTRC visibility and social events such as tabling, open houses and mixers as necessary

- Facilitate anonymous online chat sessions to support LGBTQQIA students through your personal experience, training, resources, and ongoing education

-Support LGBTRC interns and staff with general office duties, and program support

 

Field Placement Opportunities