1) Work to outreach to the queer community by gaining and building membership.
2) Work on outreach to the surrounding Tri-County queer high school/youth, and/or
3) Organize events, programs, and/or spaces that are geared to outreach to the campus
queer community and/or the surrounding Tri-County queer high school/youth and/or
4) Organize an event, conference, institute, and/or program that is specifically designed for
the surrounding Tri-County queer high school/youth and/or alumni communities, such
as the Queer Youth Leadership Conference (QYLC) or Ask a Queer.
5) Manage social media and the Queer Alumni Network (QAN) website.
6) Host at least two (2) events during the All Gaucho Alumni Reunion Weekend in
collaboration with the Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity, begin the
discussion about these events with the Alumni Association early in the academic year to
guarantee its inclusion in the official All Gaucho Alumni Reunion Weekend schedule.
7) Hold a minimum of two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week.
8) Actively be working on a project which will bring positive change to the queer
community. Create a strategy chart and give themselves a set of deadlines that will lead
to the end of the quarter or the completion of the project. Revise deadlines as the project
advances. At the end of the quarter turn in a debrief of the progress made in the quarter
and any changes the project may need.
Position Length: One Academic Year
Number of Openings: 1