GSC Education Opportunities
Open Training: Ally Training
Learn More about the “B” in LGBT
Bring a Friend to the GSC Day
Bring a new person to the GSC and you and your friend get a prize!
For more information, visit our Facebook Event.
DESAAC would like to invite youto ALLY DAY on April 17th!
Ally Day is a DESAAC initative to bridge together the LGBTQ community and their allies to form a strong relationship. Ally Day is also a way organizations can come out as allies.
Anyone can be an ally, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. The hope of Ally Day is to increase awareness about issues that affect the LGBTQ community and simultaneously demonstrate what an ally can do, in order to use the word and to create actions.
If you’re organization is interested in being a part of ALLY DAY please fill out this form.
If you have any questions regarding Ally Day please contact Sam Robles (Samantha.firstname.lastname@example.org)
For more information, visit the Facebook Event.
Living with Pride: Gay for Pay, Careers in LGBTQ Advocacy
Come have a discussion with local community members working in LGBTQ advocacy spaces for tips and tricks on how to break into the field!
Two GSC Events with Stephen Russell Thursday, 4/25
Knowledge and Noms: LGBT Families with Stephen Russell
“¿It Gets Better? Creating Change for LGBT Youth” a talk by Stephen T. Russell
Presented by the Gender and Sexuality Center, College of Liberal Arts, and Pride and Equity Faculty and Staff Association (PEFSA).
Director of the Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth and Families at the University of Arizona
A review and critique of research on bullying and school policies, with a focus on the emergence of promising school strategies for promoting the well-being of all students.
Speaker Series event, CLA 1.302B, Thursday, 4/25, 2pm-3pm.
This event is free and open to the public.
Parking available in university garages. For more information call (512) 232-1831 or email email@example.com
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