UCLA LGBT Campus Resource Center
All internship position descriptions can be found below. All positions are currently filled. Please check back for future openings; all internship openings are advertised via the Bruin Pride newsletter and our Facebook.
The Graphic Design Intern is responsible for the design and creation of all advertisements and publications for the LGBTCRC. As such, this position plays an important role in the branding and overall image of the LGBTCRC.
Hourly Pay: $15.25
The Office Operations Intern serves as a representative of the LGBTCRC, provides administrative support, and facilitates effective connections for community members to appropriate resources and services. The Office Operations Intern is also responsible for tasks that maintain the daily functioning of the Center. In addition to clerical duties, the Office Operations Intern assists in training, motivating and guiding the LGBT Resource Ambassador volunteers. They serve as a model for the development of good work habits such as punctuality, dependability, cooperation, honesty and efficiency. The Office Operations Intern reports directly to the Operations Coordinator.
Hourly Pay: $14.25
The Outreach Intern is responsible for connecting the larger UCLA community to the LGBT Campus Resource Center. Responsibilities include scheduling tabling opportunities for the Center across various parts of campus, developing education and outreach materials, ensuring accessibility of materials, and coordinating a team of student outreach volunteers. The Outreach Intern reports to the Operations Coordinator.
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Reporting to the Program Coordinator, the Programming Assistant Interns are responsible for assisting with LGBTCRC programs and events. Responsibilities can range from processing paperwork, independently coordinating events to co-presenting with the Program Coordinator.
Reporting to the Director, the Queer and Trans Black, Indigenous People of Color (QTBIPOC) Program Assistant Intern is responsible for assisting with the development, implementation, outreach, co-facilitation, and assessment of the QTBIPOC discussion space. Responsibilities can range from independently coordinating dialogue programs to co-facilitating with other graduate/undergraduate students and/or other professional staff/faculty members.
Reporting to the Program Coordinator, the Social Media, Web & Marketing Intern is responsible for using the Center's website and social media accounts to advertise the Center's events/programs, post educational materials and resources, and monitoring all digital communications.
The Assessment and Engagement Intern supports the LGBT Campus Resource Center’s assessment efforts by working with the Assistant Director to develop, manage, and conduct program assessments, population-based needs assessments, and campus climate assessments. The work of the Assessment and Engagement Intern helps to inform the LGBT Campus Resource Center’s annual strategic planning. This intern will also work with SAIRO to enhance assessment skills and other student interns to support an effective assessment culture in the LGBT Center. At the core of all of the LGBT Campus Resource Center’s work is a social justice framework that promotes student development and cultural humility for the lived experiences of others. This position is supervised by the Assistant Director of the LGBT Campus Resource Center.
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The Assessment and Engagement Intern appointment runs from October – June, excluding academic holidays. The Assessment and Engagement Intern must be available to work 8-10 hours per week, primarily during LGBT Center business hours (though occasional evening and weekend responsibilities may be required). The internship pays $13.25 per hour.
Compensation and Benefits
The Administrative Assessment Intern appointment runs from February – June 2020, excluding academic holidays. The Administrative Assessment Intern must be available to work 8-10 hours per week, primarily during LGBT Center business hours (though occasional evening and weekend responsibilities may be required).
Hours: 8-10 weekly.
The internship pays $14.25 per hour.
The Graduate Intern is is responsible for developing, implementing, and assessing programs targeting the intersectional identities of LGBTQ students across campus, with special focus being given to developing programs for graduate and international students. The Graduate Intern will also spearhead the LGBT Campus Resource Center's accessibility initiatives for the 2018-2019 academic year. At the core of all of the LGBT Campus Resource Center’s work is a social justice framework that promotes student development and cultural humility for the lived experiences of others.
Hourly Pay: $15/hr
The Library Intern is responsible for maintaining the Rae Lee Siporin Library, with the largest collection of LGBTQ materials in a university library in the country.
Hourly Pay: $17/hr
2019 Summer Intern Applications have closed. Please check back in spring quarter for 2020 Summer Intern opportunities.
Reporting to the Program Coordinator, the Marketing & Programming Intern is responsible for using The Center's website and social media accounts to advertise The Center's events/programs, post educational materials and resources, and monitoring all digital communications. The Marketing & Programming Intern will also support programming for the upcoming 2019-2020 academic year.