March 22nd Newsletter

 

March on, Wildcats! We have a lot of awesome opportunities and events to share with you to help you get a great start on the semester!

For an updated calendar of events, or for more information about the Office of LGBTQ Affairs, please visit:

The Office of LGBTQ Affairs Website

 For up-to-the-minute event announcements, please "Like" us on Facebook:

 LGBTQ Affairs Facebook Page

 Pride Alliance Facebook Page

 

Best,
LGBTQ Affairs



Current Events & News

 

LGBTQ Affairs
Events

Special Events

  1. Asexual and Aromantic Focus Groups, March 23rd & 24th
  2. UA Wear & Share Clothing Swap, March 24th 
  3. Greek Life Focus Group, March 25th
  4. Advanced Safe Zones & Classroom Curriculum Workshops

Campus
Events

  1. Mapping Q, February 3rd-April 20th
  2. National Native American HIV Day, March 23rd 
  3. Candidates for Vice Provost and Chief Officer, March 24th-29th
  4. Masculinity and Men of Color Discussions, March 24th
  5. Name Change Clinic, March 26th
  6. Native American Student Affairs Symposium, March 28th-April 1st
  7. Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, April

Community
Events

 

  1. Anti-Violence Project Program and Call for Volunteers
  2. Transform Expo, April 14th
  3. National Conferemce on Leadership and Diversity, April 22nd-23rd
  4. Recruiting Performers/Speakers for Take Back the Night, April 28th

Opportunities

  1. NCLC Planning Committee
  2. Donna Swaim Travel Abroad Scholarship, April 8th
  3. Transform Expo, April 14th
  4. Bear Down Summer Bridge Opportunity
  5. Federal Relations Summer/Fall Internship
  6. GA Position in the WRC
  7. Intern with the HRC
  8. Engineering Conference Campus Ambassadors

Scholarships

 

  1. BC Harley Scholarship, March 23rd
  2. PFLAG National Scholarship Program, March 31
  3. National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals (NOGLSTP) Scholarship

LGBTQ Affairs Events

 

LGBTQ Affairs Special Events



1. Asexual and Aromantic Focus Groups, March 23rd and 24th 

After Spring Break, the LGBTQ Resource Center will be hosting two Ace Space Focus Groups. The goal of the Focus Groups will be to hear what the needs and wants of the Asexual and Aromantic community at the University of Arizona are. This feedback will then be used to create a regularly meeting group for the Ace and Aro community, which will most likely begin in Fall 2016. The Ace Space Focus Groups will take place on:

Wednesday, March 23rd at 12pm
Thursday, March 24th at 7pm


Ace Space Focus Groups will take place in the LGBTQ Resource Center on the 4th floor of the Student Union. Both Focus Groups will be the same, so come to whichever fits into your schedule the best! 

The Ace Space Focus Groups are open to everybody, although they are intended primarily for students that identify as asexual and/or aromantic. We cannot wait to hear everyone’s thoughts on this very important topic.

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2. UA Wear & Share Clothing Swap, March 24th 

Get new clothes for free! Come swap clothing you no longer wear for something new.

To participate, donate clothing at the Snack Bar in McClelland Park and receive a token to exchange at the event on March 24th for “new to you” clothes. Donations are accepted during Snack Bar hours Monday – Thursday starting March 7th.

To participate in the clothing share you must have donated! 

Come from 10am-2pm at the Norton School on March 24th (McClelland Park on the corner of 4th St & Park Ave)

Clothing production and consumption has a huge impact on the environment. By sharing and reusing clothing we decrease the demand for this unsustainable clothing production while also fulfilling our desire for new things to wear. So come share, be happy and learn a bit about our clothing's footprint.
 

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3. Greek Life Focus Group, March 25th 

 

Are you a member in Greek Life? Pride Alliance and Fraternity and Sorority Programs, will be holding a focus group Friday from 3-4pm in the Mesquite Room of the Union. This group is for Greek Life members only. This is a time to share your LGBTQ+ experiences within Greek Life with the intention of making it more inclusive. 


4. Advanced Safe Zone and Classroom Curriculum Workshops 

 
Transgender 101 Training
 

Wednesday, March 30th, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location: Picacho Boardroom, Student Union (3rd floor)

Register HERE

This Advanced Safe Zone training will provide an overview of gender identity and expression, discuss terminology and definitions, identify disparities and risks within the trans community, dispel myths and misunderstandings, and explain specific ways you can be an ally to trans people everywhere

 

 

 
Queering Campus Classrooms: Creating LGBTQA+ Inclusive 
Classrooms and Departments 
 

Tuesday, April 5th, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location: Student Union, Mesquite Room (3rd Floor)
**Co-Sponsored by the Graduate and Professional Student Council** 

Register HERE

 

In this workshop, participants can expect to learn more about the experiences of LGBTQA+ students on university campuses, with emphasis on experiences at the University of Arizona. We will discuss concrete practices and tools that teaching assistants, professors, and staff can use to make their classrooms and departments more welcoming to and supportive of their LGBTQA+ students. Light refreshments will be provided.

 

 
"A is for..." Workshop 
 

Thursday, April 6th, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: Student Union, San Pedro Room (3rd Floor)

Register HERE


In this Advanced Safe Zone session, we will be discussing “A” identities including asexual, allosexual, aromantic, alloromantic, agender, and ally. The goal of this workshop is to generally define the various terms, dispel myths and misconceptions, discuss the importance of “A” identities and communities in the LGBTQAI+ community and larger society, and guide people to be better allies to the asexual community. This workshop assumes you have completed the Safe Zone General Education training and thus have a basic understanding of the concepts of sexual orientation and gender identity

 
 
 

    Campus Events



1. Mapping Q, February, Feb. 3rd- April 20th 

 
Greetings all,
I am thrilled to announce to the community that Mapping Q is back and bigger than ever! We have now grown to include four Tucson arts and cultural intuitions, including MOCA, the Tucson Museum of Art, the UA School of Art  and of course the UA Museum of Art. Partnering once again with SAAF, we are working to create an inter-organizational community wide dialogue working with LGBTQ+ youth.

Mapping Q is an innovative community arts education program that invites LGTBQ+ youth to explore representations of self within art, museums, and the wider community. This year’s program runs February 3 – April 20. The exhibition will open May 19 at the UAMA. Participants are welcome to join anytime!

Please join us in supporting Tucson LGBTQ youth and share this with your peers and colleagues.
 

2. National Native American HIV Day, March 23rd 


3. Candidates for Vice Provost and Chief Diversity Officer, March 24th-29th

 

After a national search for a Vice Provost for Diversity & Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer, we’re inviting two finalists to campus: Jesús Treviño and Rebecca Tsosie.   

Given the importance of this leader in improving diversity and inclusion on our campus and advancing diversity as a competitive advantage of the University of Arizona, we would like to invite you to be part of the interview process.    

Please consider joining us for:   

·         Their presentations from 1:00-2:00 on March 24 and 28

·         Open sessions at 9:00 on March 25 and 29

·         Discussions of faculty issues at 2:30 on March 24 and 28 

·         Q&A sessions with students at 3:45 on March 24 and 28

Please see the campus visit schedule for times and locations.  Attendees will have the opportunity to offer feedback about the candidates. 

We would love to get a great turnout at the events to demonstrate our commitment to this important role and to provide as many people as possible to evaluate both candidates.

 


4. Masculinity and Men of COlor Discussions, March 24th  

These were discussions in partnership with the cultural centers and EAO, which occurred last year, where we dissected masculinity and the low college enrollment/retention of men of color. Students and staff were able to share their experiences and leave with knowledge about how challenges can be addressed.  


 

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5. Name Change Clinic, March 26th


6. Native American Student Affairs Symposium, March 28th-April 1st

Spread the word on these great events that NASA will be hosting for Native American Wellness Week; Monday March 28th-Friday April 1st! 

We kick off the week hosting, Well for Culture; a indigenous wellness movement that is spreading across Indian country. 

"Well for Culture is an alliance of like-minded Indigenous people from many Nations and all directions. We strive to lead healthy lifestyles because we recognize the importance of being physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually sound. We study and implement the health and wellness methods of our ancestors, meanwhile developing new approaches to contribute to this ancient and ongoing chain of knowledge.  We are a continually evolving community, and we welcome all who wish to contribute."

All of these events are free and open to everyone; we hope to see you there!

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7. Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, April 



Community Events



1. Anti-Violence Project Program and Call for Volunteers

Anti-Violence Project Program Description:

The mission of the Anti-Violence Project is to prevent, respond to, and end all forms of violence against and within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning communities of southern Arizona. We advocate for survivors of violence and provide resources for the safety and support of survivors, their friends, and family members.

Program Eligibility:

All lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or questioning persons who are experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, and hate violence are eligible for services.

Services Offered Through The Anti-Violence Project:

  • 24-hour Bilingual Crisis Line
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Safety Planning
  • Case Management
  • Emergency Shelter
  • Transportation
  • Housing

The Anti-Violence Project provides services free of charge with the exception of housing services. Clients in housing pay a portion of their income in rent.

If you are in crisis and need immediate support call:

Anti-Violence Project 24-Hour Bilingual Crisis Hotline at 520-624-0348 or 1-800-553-9387

Questions:

If you have questions about this program or are interested in enrolling in case management services please contact Celia Beier, AVP Lead Case Manager at cbeier@saaf.org or at 520-547-6148.

Volunteers Needed for the Anti-Violence Project!

The Anti-Violence Project provides supportive services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual violence, and hate violence. Community members in need of these services are connected to care and support through a 24-hour bilingual crisis line which is operated by dedicated volunteers. We are in urgent need of more volunteers to help staff the crisis line and support LGBTQ members of our community experiencing violence

The Anti-Violence Project invites community members to attend our nest Anti-Violence ProjectAdvocacy Training. The dates of this training are:

  • Thursday, April 14th, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
  • Friday, April 15th, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
  • Saturday, April 16th, from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
  • Monday, April 14th, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
  • Tuesday, April 19th, from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
  • Thursday, April 21st, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

This training will prepare volunteers to operate the Anti-Violence Project Crisis Line using an empowerment model of strengths-based, trauma-informed, and harm-reduction techniques.

Requirements For Volunteers

  • Volunteers must be eligible for level 1 fingerprint clearance card. 
  • Volunteers must agree to take one shift with the Anti-Violence Project 24-Hour Crisis Line per month.

Contact:

Please contact the Anti-Violence Project Lead Case Manager, Celia Beier, at (520) 547 – 6148, or email to cbeier@saaf.org if you have questions about our program, volunteering, or are interested in attending the training to become a volunteer.

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2.Transform Expo, April 14th

I want to make you aware of an exciting opportunity that will add a competitive edge to your hiring and human resources processes.

There is an untapped pool of highly motivated, highly skilled and very loyal potential employees right here in Tucson.

National studies have shown the following

•             Transgender people face double or triple the rate of unemployment compared with the national average

•             Over half of transgender people are employed well below their training and aptitude

•             Nearly two-thirds of transgender people have continued their education beyond high school

•             As a group we are more motivated and more loyal than the average employee

Would you like to know how you can successfully reach this pool of candidates? Would you like to know how you can best serve and retain these valuable employees?

Have you wondered how you could possibly afford to ensure your recruiting and human resources departments are culturally competent in addressing the needs of this segment of your workforce?

Maybe you are concerned about the changing legal environment surrounding workplace rights, potential discriminatory practices and employee benefits. 

Simple things like the name a person is called on a production floor or the use of the appropriate pronouns can make all the difference in a highly motivated worker and a turnover statistic. Being at the leading edge in recruiting is important, but having that edge in retention is much more desirable. Having the right answers and the proper tools in these areas will increase your competitive edge in an increasingly competitive hiring environment. 

The Southern Arizona Gender Alliance (SAGATM) is Arizona’s leading resource for providing answers to these and other questions that directly affect the relationship between transgender employees and their employers.

On April 14, 2016, SAGA and The Anchor Project in conjunction with Expert Global Solutions (EGS) are offering you the golden opportunity to provide your Human Resources (HR) Managers, HR Associates and Recruiters with valuable training in these increasingly important skills.

The TRANS*FORM Employment Expo is a two part employer/employee resource event of the SAGA Long-term Economic Advancement Project  being held at the Pima Community College – Downtown campus between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM on April 14, 2016.

  • Part I involves educational seminars for employers and for job seekers from 9:00 to 12:00.
  • Part II involves an employment expo in the afternoon from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

In Part I, we will be offering employers the Arizona Transgender Workplace (ATWorkTM) seminar. ATWork is a three-hour workshop that will include a familiarization with transgender people and issues; a discussion of workplace legal issues surrounding transgender employees; and a discussion of best practices and lessons learned over the past two decades involving transgender employees in the work place. This seminar will include a catered lunch for participants.

For prospective employees, we will be offering three one-hour workshops covering creating a persuasive resume, presenting a winning appearance as a transgender person and delivering an inspiring interview.

Costs for employers for the ATWork seminar are as follows:

•             $20 per person if registered by April 1, 2016

•             $25 per person if registered between April 1, 2016 and April 12, 2015

•             There will be a 25% discount per person if 3 or more people register from same company

•             If space permits there will be a $30 charge per person at the door

For Part II we will have the Amethyst Room and surrounding area set up with tables for employers to meet with, and assess, employment candidates. We will also have space set aside where we can conduct coaching sessions regarding the three employability skill areas offered to prospects in the morning sessions.

Since this is an inaugural event, the afternoon employment expo is free this year. Table space is available on a first come first served basis.

We also have sponsorship opportunities available.

We want you to be a part of the inaugural National Conference on Leadership & Diversity!

We are all Seeds: See Diversity Through Our Eyes

April 22 – 23, 2016

du Bois Center at Northern Arizona University

Flagstaff, AZ

The Conference will encompasses topics including but not limited to: stereotypes, anti-blackness, LGBTQIAP, intersecting identities, school to prison pipeline, the Prison Industrial Complex, Machismo, ableism, homelessness, expanding higher education for students of color and LGBTQIA students, social movements and activism, and portrayals of cultural histories.  In addition to the conference we will also feature “Tunnel of Oppression,” a series of installments depicting forms of oppression and injustice followed by discussion and reflection.

This Conference is FREE for students, graduate students and administrators/advisors.

You are responsible for your own travel & lodging (see link for details).  Workshops are open for all registered participants.

To register, please click on the following link forhttp://nau.edu/uploadedFiles/Administrative/EMSA_Sites/Folder_Templates/NCLD%20Registration%20Form.pdf or information about the conference http://nau.edu/IMS/National-Conference-on-Leadership-and-Diversity/

We are in process of submitting information about the NCLD conference to include details about the concurrent sessions on the website.  Until those changes are made, please email muticultural@nau.edu for questions.

Registration Deadline: Friday, April 15, 2016 by 5pm

Please forward this information to student organizations or those who may be interested

Taran McZee M.Ed

Director of Inclusion & Multicultural Services

Northern Arizona University

taran.mczee@nau.edu

928-523-2549 Office

928-523-9444 Fax

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4. Recruiting Performers/Speakers for Take Back the Night, April 28th

​You can find more information here.


Opportunities


1. NCLC Planning Committee

The NCLC Planning Committee consists of 15 UA students who come together to plan all aspects of NCLC, including but not limited to: marketing/outreach, programs selection (workshops, community service projects, opening/keynote speakers), catering, fundraising, and evaluation/assessment. From this experience students gain an understanding of how to effectively work together as a team to bring about a leadership experience for other students, who travel from all across the country to attend this outstanding and nationally recognized leadership experience.

To apply for the NCLC Planning Committee, please fill out the application hereApplications are due Friday, March 25th, and interviews will be held on Friday, April 1st.

If you have any questions, please email Devon Thomas, the Advisor for NCLC at devonthomas@email.arizona.edu


2. Donna Swaim Travel Abroad Scholarship, April 8th 

 

Alumni, friends, and family of Dr. Donna Swaim have created an endowment to honor her academic influence and mentorship during her prestigious career at The University of Arizona.  Dr. Swaim believes that students who travel abroad with faculty will not only benefit academically, but will also perceive their faculty as more approachable and accessible, resulting in stronger student-faculty relationships.

A committee from Student Affairs and Enrollment Management / Academic Initiatives and Student Success will select two (2) recipients of the Donna Swaim Travel Abroad Scholarship.  Each recipient will receive a $1,000.00 scholarship.

Applications are due by Friday, April 8, 2016. The online application form can be found here:http://goo.gl/forms/QCEKi1IvRR

 

I want to make you aware of an exciting opportunity that will add a competitive edge to your hiring and human resources processes.

There is an untapped pool of highly motivated, highly skilled and very loyal potential employees right here in Tucson.

National studies have shown the following

•             Transgender people face double or triple the rate of unemployment compared with the national average

•             Over half of transgender people are employed well below their training and aptitude

•             Nearly two-thirds of transgender people have continued their education beyond high school

•             As a group we are more motivated and more loyal than the average employee

Would you like to know how you can successfully reach this pool of candidates? Would you like to know how you can best serve and retain these valuable employees?

Have you wondered how you could possibly afford to ensure your recruiting and human resources departments are culturally competent in addressing the needs of this segment of your workforce?

Maybe you are concerned about the changing legal environment surrounding workplace rights, potential discriminatory practices and employee benefits. 

Simple things like the name a person is called on a production floor or the use of the appropriate pronouns can make all the difference in a highly motivated worker and a turnover statistic. Being at the leading edge in recruiting is important, but having that edge in retention is much more desirable. Having the right answers and the proper tools in these areas will increase your competitive edge in an increasingly competitive hiring environment. 

The Southern Arizona Gender Alliance (SAGATM) is Arizona’s leading resource for providing answers to these and other questions that directly affect the relationship between transgender employees and their employers.

On April 14, 2016, SAGA and The Anchor Project in conjunction with Expert Global Solutions (EGS) are offering you the golden opportunity to provide your Human Resources (HR) Managers, HR Associates and Recruiters with valuable training in these increasingly important skills.

The TRANS*FORM Employment Expo is a two part employer/employee resource event of the SAGA Long-term Economic Advancement Project  being held at the Pima Community College – Downtown campus between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM on April 14, 2016.

  • Part I involves educational seminars for employers and for job seekers from 9:00 to 12:00.
  • Part II involves an employment expo in the afternoon from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

In Part I, we will be offering employers the Arizona Transgender Workplace (ATWorkTM) seminar. ATWork is a three-hour workshop that will include a familiarization with transgender people and issues; a discussion of workplace legal issues surrounding transgender employees; and a discussion of best practices and lessons learned over the past two decades involving transgender employees in the work place. This seminar will include a catered lunch for participants.

For prospective employees, we will be offering three one-hour workshops covering creating a persuasive resume, presenting a winning appearance as a transgender person and delivering an inspiring interview.

Costs for employers for the ATWork seminar are as follows:

•             $20 per person if registered by April 1, 2016

•             $25 per person if registered between April 1, 2016 and April 12, 2015

•             There will be a 25% discount per person if 3 or more people register from same company

•             If space permits there will be a $30 charge per person at the door

For Part II we will have the Amethyst Room and surrounding area set up with tables for employers to meet with, and assess, employment candidates. We will also have space set aside where we can conduct coaching sessions regarding the three employability skill areas offered to prospects in the morning sessions.

Since this is an inaugural event, the afternoon employment expo is free this year. Table space is available on a first come first served basis.

We also have sponsorship opportunities available.

 

5. Federal Relations Summer/Fall Internship

 

UA Federal Relations is currently accepting applications for both:

·         Summer Internships

·         Fall Semester Internships

Federal Relations serves the interests of the University of Arizona with the federal government, federal elected and appointed officials and their staff, and federal agencies.

Interns work on campus in the Federal Relations office located in the Administration Building. Responsibilities include professional assistance for the Office of Federal Relations on a broad range of issues, including legislative tracking and analysis, as well as professional interaction with public officials and their staff members.

This is an unpaid position, though you can earn college credit through many majors; we will work with your College Advisor to facilitate this. Your number of hours per week depends on the number of course units you are pursuing.

Professional dress required.

If interested please email or deliver cover letter and resume (including 2 references) to:

UA Federal Relations

Attn:  Shannon Heuberger, Dir. for Federal Legislative Affairs

Administration 313

PO Box 210066

Tucson AZ 85721-0066

heubergs@email.arizona.edu

 
 

6. GA Position in the WRC 

More information here.

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7. Intern with the HRC

 

Hello & greetings from Washington, DC! ​

We wanted to let you know that the application for HRC summer internships is now available. In Washington, DC, there are 30 unique program areas from which applicants can choose - a position for nearly every interest and career field. We also have internships available in our Project One America (POA) offices in Birmingham, AL, Little Rock, AR and Jackson, MS. 

Each intern plays an integral role in their department, working closely with their supervisors and ​other staff. In addition, we offer weekly brown bag seminars, a mentorship program and the opportunity to meet some of the foremost LGBT​QA leaders from all over the world. Class credit is available as are full-time and part-time positions available. You can find more information, as well as the application itself, at www.hrc.org/intern.

 


8. Enginnering Conference Campus Ambassadors

The admissions team is looking for motivated undergraduate students to help out as Campus Ambassadors.

As a Campus Ambassador, students will be responsible for spreading the word about the our conference to the LGBT undergrad engineering population at your school. This will involve reaching out to campus organizations and departments, meeting with student organization leaders and administrators, and ensuring that every LGBT engineering undergrad on campus knows about the opportunity to apply to the Out for Undergrad Engineering Conference. Students interested in becoming a Campus Ambassadors should apply here: https://airtable.com/shrpPkrk7mk2JLnRm

 
 


 

Scholarships



1. BC Harley Scholarship, March 23rd

The Parents & Family Association is offering the BC Harley Endowed Scholarship. The BC Harley Family Endowed Scholarship grew out of a dream to honor the life of Brock Christopher Harley, a young boy who battled illness in his first year of life and left the world too soon. In addition to remembering Brock Christopher Harley, the scholarship was established to acknowledge the brave and courageous members of the extended Harley family who have suffered serious illnesses over the years.

The BC Harley Family Endowed Scholarship will be awarded by the Parents & Family Association Advisory Board to a full-time, current undergraduate student who has themselves been affected by cancer or other serious illness or who has had a family member who has experienced a serious illness which has impacted the applicant as a student. Additional qualifications include: student engagement, leadership positions in extracurricular activities at the University of Arizona, and academic merit. Students must have a minimum 2.5 GPA. The scholarship will be awarded for the 2016-2017 academic year.  The award amount is anticipated to be $500, and will be a one-time award per recipient.

The scholarship application is now available on-line through Scholarship Universe and is due March 23, 2016. Students who are interested in applying should log in to Scholarship Universe using thislink and then type Parents & Family Association: BC Harley Family Endowed Scholarship into the search function. 

Questions? uafamily@email.arizona.edu  520-621-0884

 

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2. PFLAG Scholarship, March 31

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To the OUT list, 

This is a reminder that the deadline for 2016 PFLAG Tucson/Alliance Fund scholarship applications is coming up on 
March 31, and applications need to be postmarked by that date.  We will award at least six $1,000 scholarships to LGBT students and, for the first time, straight allies committed to LGBT rights.  Applicants can be a graduating high school senior, undergraduate student or graduate student from southern Arizona attending an institution of his or her choosing, or students coming to southern Arizona to attend a college or university here.

Application materials are available on PFLAG Tucson’s website at http://www.pflagtucson.org/scholarships/.  For further information you may also contact PFLAG at 520-360-3795,pflagtuc@pflagtucson.org, P.O. Box 36264, Tucson, AZ 85740.  Award decisions will be made in mid-April followed by an awards reception on May 4, 2016 at the Ward VI City Council Offices.

Please get those applications in!


Thanks,
Norm Meader

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3. National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals Scholarship

 

Deadline: ~early June
NOGLSTP eligibility: STEM students; Two $5000 scholarships will be awarded for the upcoming academic year. One $5000 scholarship will go to an undergraduate student, and one $5000 scholarship will go to a graduate/professional level student. Students currently enrolled at any U.S.-based college or university are eligible to apply. 

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