The Pride Alliance works in partnership with many student organizations to raise awareness and provide community around gender identity and sexuality. Some of the student organizations that speak directly to those identities include:
The Pride Alliance provides internship opportunities throughout the academic year for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in a career that focuses on (includes but not limited to) gender identity, human services, sexuality, and social justice. Past activities have included:
If you have any additional questions or would be interested in an internship with the Pride Alliance, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LGBTQ & Ally Scholarship
This scholarship is in honor of Mary Finley and Dan Emenheiser. The need for safe spaces prompted the creation of UNT’s Ally Training program. Dan Emenheiser, Mary Finley, and Sue Young, consulting with a team of faculty and staff from various departments on the UNT campus (including the Division of Institutional Equity and Diversity, University Union, Student Development, Human Resources, Housing and Residence Life and Public Affairs and Information Services), launched the Ally Training program in the spring of 1999.
The Pride Alliance will be revealing new awards in 2017! Stay tuned when we return after winter break to learn about the new awards, nomination process, and announcement of recipients at Lavender Graduation in April.
If you would like to volunteer with the Multicultural Center, please follow the link below to fill out our volunteer application. Volunteer opportunities range from helping out in our office to helping out with our campus wide and community wide programs. We would love to have you join us.
Sign up link coming soon!