Volunteer With Us
Volunteers are ImportantVolunteers help in furthering the Office of LGBTQIA's mission of strengthening the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual (LGBTQIA) and allies community. Moreover, volunteers assist in various capacities in order to help sustain an inclusive campus that affirms people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions.
Expectations of VolunteersVolunteers are expected to perform a variety of different tasks, dependent on their interests, skills and needs of the Office, in coordination with the Volunteer Coordinator. These tasks range from helping with the development and marketing of programs to their implementation. Volunteers are critical to the furthering of the Office's mission, and we request that volunteers recognize this themselves. As a volunteer, you are representing the Office of LGBTQIA and are expected to perform with the utmost professionalism. Failure to do so will result in a strained relationship between you and the Office. To assist volunteers, a direct line of communication and supervision is provided through our Volunteer Coordinator.
Volunteer RecognitionWe recognize that volunteering can be an additional burden to many people's schedules, but can also be a rewarding experience for those who choose to do so. We want to acknowledge and celebrate those individuals who go above and beyond to further the Office's efforts. Each year, we will select individuals based on their meritorious service to the Office for recognition at our annual Lavender Graduation in May.
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