We recruit facilitators for our Q Chats program and mentors for Pride Peers. We are currently looking for student volunteers for both roles! 

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Q Chats Facilitator

Q Chats is the LGBTQIA Resource Center's student discussion group program. Q Chats groups meet every other week in the fall and spring semesters and are led by trained student facilitators. Learn more about the program.

Becoming a Q Chats facilitator is a great way to support your peers, get to know other students who share your identity, gain leadership experience on campus, learn facilitation and mediation skills, and have fun!

What positions are available?

We are currently recruiting facilitators for:

  • Queer and Transgender People of Color 
  • Queer Men
  • People on the Asexual/Aromantic spectrum
  • Bi/Pan/Multisexual 
  • Transgender/Gender-Questioning

If you have questions about facilitating Q Chats, contact Karlie Burrell

Pride Peers Mentor

Pride Peers is a peer mentoring program designed for current students to assist incoming students with the transition to Georgia Tech by providing a consistent student mentoring relationship during their first year on campus. Pride Peers Mentoring Program seeks to connect incoming lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and/or asexual (LGBTQIA) undergraduate and graduate students with peers for community, support, and resources.

Both undergraduate and graduate students can apply to be Pride Peers Mentors. 

Who can be a mentor?

Mentors are undergraduate or graduate students who are mature, show good judgement, are knowledgeable about community resources, are connected to LGBTQIA community on campus, and seek to contribute to the Georgia Tech LGBTQIA community by connecting with incoming LGBTQIA students. Mentors must be able to meet with their peer regularly throughout the year. Prerequisite training will be required before being matched with a mentee.

Mentor Ethics

  • Engage in healthy relationships
  • Promote inclusivity within the mentor group and Pride Peers group in general
  • Be trustworthy and honest resources for your peers and mentees
  • Create and sustain an environment free of rumors and gossip
  • Do not date your mentee while you are in the mentorship relationship
  • Be aware of power dynamics with your mentee

If you have questions about Pride Peers mentorship, contact William Britto.