Volunteers are needed for our YouthPRIDE (age 12-24), ElderPRIDE (age 50+), and Transgender/Gender non-conforming (age 18+) programs. Volunteers will be involved in planning, facilitating, supporting and evaluating program efforts. There will be a mandatory weekly team meeting with the program team, which is made up of fellow volunteers and program coordinator(s). Ideal candidates will have prior experience working with the LGBT+ population or in a LGBT+ setting. Learn more >
We are seeking outreach volunteers for our 2020 Vision Challenge, which is intended to share community perspectives on the growth of Brooklyn’s only LGBT+ center and raise funds and awareness in the process. Volunteers will be part of a team of four who will assist friends and allies in the LGBT+ community with capturing their vision for Brooklyn’s LGBT+ Center. Learn more >
The LGBTQ New Americans Oral History Project is in need of transcribers of thirty-minute to hour long videos for archival and research purposes. Videos are here. Good grammar and grasp of document formatting required. Work can be done remotely. Contact Fredo Hernandez, Arts and Culture Group Leader, at (347) 889-7719 x213 or email@example.com for more information.
Do you love to play a support role in the office? If you like administrative work, we certainly have a place for you! Volunteers are needed to assist and support staff members in a variety of office duties such as database management and general office support. Contact Dillon Seebalack at (347) 889-7719 x210 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The front desk team is the first point of contact for many visitors, callers, clients and community members. Responsibilities of the front desk include welcoming/greeting visitors and callers and providing information, resources and referrals. If you are a people-person and are able to commit to a weekly schedule, then this is the job for you! Contact email@example.com.
You can support us with prospect research, database management, or reporting. Contact Dillon Seebalack at (347) 889-7719 x210 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Brooklyn Center is committed to providing the highest quality service to our community and constituents. While The Center respects the right to privacy of all citizens, we also have a responsibility to make every attempt to provide the safest space possible for our youth, families, children, seniors, disabled and other more vulnerable members of our community. In light of this duty, regular volunteers may be required to participate in fingerprint checks, in addition to a brief review of publicly available criminal databases. Thank you for your cooperation and for helping us create a safe and comfortable space for all.