Working at the QRC
5C Undergraduate Student Staff
Want to have lots of fun with lots of awesome people while simultaneously having a positive impact on your community? You may be interested applying to work at The QRC as a 5Cs student staffer. Working at the QRC means everything from assisting in the things that help keep the QRC running (answering the phone, checking books out of the library) to planning super-fun, 7C wide events, providing support for your fellow students and even some off-campus groups and high schools, and having a fun time! Working at the QRC is about a 5-hour/week commitment, including two two-hour shifts and a staff meeting. Each staffer serves on at least one project team (organized around the ideas of advocacy, education, and support) and one major programs committee (such as our Lav Grad and GAYpril committees).
Each year The QRC staff sends out applications in early spring to hire staffers to begin in the fall and spring of the following year. Applications for the 2015-2016 school year have closed. Please check back in December and January for more information about applying next year. In the meantime, be on the lookout for opportunities to volunteer below.
QRC Graduate Assistant
Graduate students at the 7Cs can serve their LGBTQQIAA community through work study at the QRC. While the QRC is not currently hiring for this position be on the lookout for job postings in the future.
Volunteer at the QRC
While we have only a limited number of paid positions at the center, the QRC is happy for the help of volunteers! One way of getting involved on campus is to become a member of QQAMP. Another is to put your name on our list of volunteers for large events and community service projects. Just email the QRC, let us know you’d like to volunteer and what types of events you are interested in helping out with. When our service projects or big events come up, you’ll get an email from our volunteer coordinator with information about specific volunteer opportunities.