ALP is an equal opportunity employer. All candidates should have a demonstrated commitment to ALP’s mission/guiding principles and LGBTSTGNC People of Color issues, and proven ability working with multi-racial, multi-ethnic, intergenerational, and multi-gendered communities.
Using creativity, and ALP’s mission and guiding principles, the TransJustice Coordinator will work collaboratively with members and ALP staff to coordinate, develop, and evaluate the current community organizing campaign led by and for Trans and Gender Non Conforming People of Color. This includes supervision of volunteers and members, campaign development, political education and leadership development, programming oversight and implementation, public speaking, representing on coalitions, monitoring program budget and reporting, and representing the organization to relevant funders.
ALP's interns will receive hands-on experience working within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans, & Gender Non-Conforming (LGBTSTGNC) People of Color community for progressive social and economic change.
Internships are structured to provide in-depth skills building opportunities and a high amount of responsibility. Although staff will provide regular guidance and supervision, interns will be accountable for their individual work plans.
ALP will provide professional recommendations and references upon request to those who complete their internships.