Human Relations Commission
HRC Announces Internship Opportunity (posted 3-17-21)
The Swarthmore Human Relations Commission has a newly formed internship opportunity to work along-side us as we look to impact change within our community. Our mission, based through education and community engagement, is to raise awareness and inclusivity within our community. Through our work, we seek to foster a community where all are empowered to stand up to hate and discrimination.
This unpaid internship opportunity will allow the ideal high school or college student a chance to bring their passion for community service to our commission. In this role, you will have the opportunity to learn from the commission members about community engagement through project based work.
The ideal individual will have an interest and understanding of basic graphic design tools to assist in the creation of community facing flyers and communications. In addition, we seek someone who is interested in creating updates for our website, maintaining our social media presence, and working with us to research various community-based initiatives we wish to pursue. This will be a role which will require effective communication and time management skills, as well as the ability to do independent research and to provide progress updates to the commission.
This is an outstanding opportunity for a high school or college student looking to share their own ideas and help our commission as we grow our program within our community. Interested individuals should email our commission at email@example.com. A resume is not required however is encouraged. Please include your contact information in your email as well as why you are interested in this opportunity. This opportunity will remain open until an individual is identified.
Members of the Swarthmore Human Relations Commission:
Melissa Kennedy, Chair (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jasmeet Ahuja ('22)
Shaun Eyring ('23)
Melissa Kennedy ('22)
Kourtney Knop ('21)
Jennifer TerMatt ('21)
New from the HRC!
Swarthmore Public Library
Free Library of Philadelphia
Selected reading from the Rainbow Roundtable-American Library Association:
https://glbtrt.ala.org/rainbowbooks/archives/1331 (kids and teens)
LGBTQ America: A Theme Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer History from the National Park Service.
Lambda Legal: national organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of LGBTQ people everyone living with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work.
History pin-lgbtq America
Virtual Pride Events
Philly-area LGBTQ advocacy and support organizations: