We are looking for a motivated professional to do some contract work as a consultant for Latino LinQ's new project: surveying the Metro Atlanta area resources on PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis). See the job description below and submit your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Coordinator (Bilingual) – Consultant
Latino LinQ is committed to the work they do with the Latinx LGBTQ community and in the areas of health disparities and HIV. A grant funded temporary consultant position (through November 30th) has been created to assess and evaluate current resources about PrEP in the Metro Atlanta area; and to create an information guide for further education of the Latinx Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community, as well as those considered MSM.
Position: Project Coordinator (Bilingual) – Consultant
The position of Project Coordinator-Consultant is a temporary consulting position with limited hours. This is an independent, temporary contracted position (1099) tied into the grant awarded to Latino LinQ for this work. This position is ideal for graduate students and newly graduated individuals who are seeking to increase their experience in the field of public health.
What you bring to the table:
Compensation will be commensurate with qualifications, experience and education. Job closes on May 28th. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. Candidates must have reliable transportation and driver’s license. Send resumes at email@example.com
It is the policy of Latino LinQ to not discriminate on the basis of age, race, ethnicity, color, national origin, religion, gender (including gender identity and gender expression), disability, sex (including sexual orientation and pregnancy), genetic information and any other federally protected status.
Solitican voluntarios en modelaje para una campaña de prevención del VIH -- Volunteer models needed for an HIV prevention campaign
Latino LinQ solicita el apoyo de voluntarios Latinos (hombres o mujeres de transgenero) para participara en un "Photo Shoot" profesional para apoyar una campaña de prevención del VIH. Latino LinQ es una organización sin fines de lucro que provee servicios de apoyo para personas Hispanas/Latinas sin importar su orientación sexual o su identidad de género. Ayudamos a las personas a encontrar servicios para la prueba del VIH, y ofrecemos información y educación para la prevención de infecciones de transmición sexual.
Este "Photo Shoot" (sesión de fotos) se llevará a cabo el sábado 13 de mayo de 2017 en un estudio privado en el vecindario "Castleberry Hill" de Atlanta, Georgia, cerca de "No Mas Cantina".
No se requiere experiencia previa, pero los voluntarios interesados deben firmar un formulario de autorización por adelantado. Como cortesía y agradecimiento por su servicio voluntario como modelo, usted recibirá una copia digital de sus fotos de modelaje de este evento. Cada foto será enmarcada con el nombre del fotógrafo profesional en letras pequeñas.
Latino LinQ is recruiting Latinos (men or transgender women) to volunteer to participate in a professional "Photo Shoot" to support an HIV prevention campaign. As a non-profit charitable organization located in metro Atlanta, Latino LinQ provides supportive services for Latinos/Latinas of any sexual orientation and any gender identity -- including linkage to HIV testing and education for prevention of sexually transmitted infections.
This photo shoot will occur Saturday, May 13, 2017 at a private studio in the Castleberry Hill neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia near "No Mas Cantina".
No experience is necessary but interested volunteers must sign an authorization form in advance. As a courtesy and in appreciation for your volunteer service as a model, you will receive a digital copy of your modeling photos from this event framed with recognition to the professional photographer in discrete print.
Questions? Please call 770-235-6358.
Proyección gratuita de ‘Ante Dios, Todos Somos Familia’ --Free viewing of "Before God, We Are All Family"
Latino LinQ te invita a la proyección gratuita de ‘Ante Dios, Todos Somos Familia’ – (‘Before God, We Are All Family’), una película producida por Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC) y el proyecto ‘A La Familia’ del programa HRC Religion y Fe. Habrá una recepción de cortesía, refrescos y un breve foro de discusión.
Este evento es organizado por Latino LinQ en colaboración con Human Rights Campaign Foundation y la Asociación Latinoamericana.
Latino LinQ will host a free public screening of ‘Before God, We Are All Family’ (‘Ante Dios, Todos Somos Familia’), a film produced by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC) and the ‘A La Familia’ project of the HRC Religion and Faith Program. Enjoy a complimentary reception, refreshments and a brief panel discussion.
Date: Tuesday, October 4, 2016 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Location: Latin American Association 2750 Buford Hwy, Atlanta GA 30324
This brief documentary film explores the challenges faced by a variety of Latino families with strong religious views and children who are gay, bisexual or transgender.
The film is produced by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC) and the “A La Familia” project of the HRC Religion and Faith Program. It explores the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) people of deep faith (who have been told there is no place for them in their church of origin) and the experiences of their parents and siblings (who have been cruelly asked to choose between their religion and accepting their family).
In June 2016, a shooting during gay Latin night at an Orlando bar left 49 victims dead and dozens injured. Many of the Orlando nightclub shooting victims were LGBTQ Latinos and some had not disclosed their identity to their families. "We had been planning to show this documentary in October for many months," said Latino LinQ president Leo Martinez. "But after Orlando, the idea gained urgency. Messages of love, acceptance and under-standing are very important these days. Far too often, young adults find themselves victimized for differences of sexual attraction or gender identity and this stigma often results in depression, addiction, self-harm and even suicide."
This event is co-sponsored by Latino LinQ, the Latin American Association and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
To see the film preview trailer, visit www.bit.ly/2016docu .
This event is part of the “Stride Into Pride” series of activities that precede the October 8-9 Atlanta Pride Festival (www.atlantapride.org). This event is also co-promoted by Latino LinQ in collaboration with the Out On Film Festival, which takes place September 29th to October 6th.
This event is organized by Latino LinQ in collaboration with the Human Rights Campaign Foundation and the Latin American Association.
No "ticket" is required for attending this free public event. However, we encourage you to register using EventBrite to help ensure an accurate count of attendees. At the EventBrite registration page, a donation option will appear--but this is not required.