Twin Cities Pride is Hiring!
We are hiring a Festival Operations Coordinator, a part-time position that will pay up to $15 per hour.
Now Accepting Nominations
Twin Cities Pride is now accepting nominations for our Pride Awards! Nominate the organizations and people who have had a positive impact for the LGBTQ community by March 17.
HONORING OUR LOCAL HEROES.
The mission of Twin Cities Pride is to create experiences that bring the greater GLBT community together to commemorate our diverse heritage, foster inclusion, educate and create awareness of issues, and celebrate achievements in equality.
Twin Cities Champions of Pride award winners exemplify our mission through their work in the community. All award winners are recognized at the annual Grand Marshal Reception and Pride Art Exhibition. Additionally, they hold places of honor in the annual Ashley Rukes GLBT Pride Parade.
Nominations for the 2017 Champions of Pride Awards are now being accepted until March 17, 2017.
Twin Cities Pride is recruiting for a Festival Operations Coordinator to join our team of 2 paid staff and 25 volunteer staff members. The Coordinator works with Pride’s vendors to ensure a positive and seamless experience at the annual Pride Festival.
The Coordinator is responsible for communication with and registration of Festival vendors and exhibitors, as well as communication with potential Parade units. This person also works with the Community Relations Manager to track/assist with marketing efforts and works with the Festival Manager and Executive Director to coordinate other activities related to Festival Management.
Persons of Color and/or Transgender persons strongly encouraged to apply.
Qualified candidates should submit their résumé, along with a thoughtful cover letter to Executive Director Dot Belstler at email@example.com. Applications that do not follow these requirements will not be considered. No phone calls, please.
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The Queer and Trans Youth Family Support Conference is a full day community event for the families, guardians, caretakers, and educators of LGBTQ+ children and youth to learn and grow together around developing health, wellness, and resilience.
The event strives to create open dialogue across racial and cultural backgrounds around LGBTQ+ children and youth in:
- community building
This event is hosted by the Saint Paul Public School’s Gender and Sexual Diversity Parent Advisory Council. It is sponsored by Minneapolis Public Schools, The Bridge for Youth, and Saint Paul Public Schools.
Teachers and educators may receive clock hours from Saint Paul Public Schools based on their participation in the event.
Meals and childcare are provided to all pre-registered participants. The event hosts are committed to providing an accessible event. The anticipated cost per person for food, speakers, and materials is estimated at $25. Donations and contributions are appreciated and will support future programming. No cost registration is available.
One Voice returns to the Ordway for Well-Versed, a celebration of LGBTQ youth and an evening of choral music, strings and poetry with New York’s hottest string quartet, Well-Strung. Inspired by the poetry of local LGBTQ youth, Well-Versed also features the premiere of a three-movement composition for One Voice and Well-Strung sponsored by the American Composer’s Forum with text by poetry slam champion, Sierra DeMulder, and music by composer George Maurer. Youth poets from RECLAIM, a local community organization offering support to queer and trans youth, are featured as spoken word artists.