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Reports to: Chief Communication and Advocacy OfficerObjective: The Director of Communications will manage the Communications Department of GLSEN, the leading national education organization focused on ensuring safe and affirming
Media Contact:Curtis LahaieMarketing and Communications AssociateCurtis.Lahaie@glsen.org646-388-6572 GLSEN to Honor Amber Schweitzer as Educator of the Year and Academy for Young Writers as GSA of the Year at 2016 GLSEN Respect
At the GLSEN Respect Awards, we recognize exemplary role models—students, educators, individuals and corporations—that have made a significant impact on the lives of LGBT youth. At the event in New York later this month, one of the role
Media Contact:Curtis LahaieMarketing & Communications 646-388-6572 GLSEN Condemns North Carolina Leaders for Deepening Their Commitment to Violating Federal Law  WASHINGTON (May
2016 GLSEN Massachusetts Fall ConferenceContext: Exploring Connections in Identity, Art & ActivismSaturday October 1st, 2016Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School15 Mulligan Drive, South Hadley, MA 01075 Reading
Media Contact:Kari HudnellMedia Relations Managerpress@glsen.org646-388-6575 GLSEN Acknowledges Progress of the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights  WASHINGTON (May 4, 2016) – GLSEN’s Director of Public
Objective: Support the Research Department in all aspects of its work to provide insight into lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) issues in K-12 education, and evaluate the efficacy of GLSEN programs and recommended
High school is tough. Students like me are expected to juggle a social life and college readiness exams, while also completing various classes geared towards “creating effective leaders”—and keep on smiling through it all. The luckiest of
Hoy día la lucha sigue. La lucha para asegurar que todos los estudiantes se sienten libres ser quienes son sin el miedo del acoso, violencia, chistes, chisme, o bullying. Cuando pienso que es posible que las escuelas donde se educa la
Media Contact:Kari HudnellMedia Relations ManagerKari.Hudnell@glsen.org646-388-6575 Curtis LahaieMarketing and Communications Associatecurtis.lahaie@glsen.org646-388-6572  GLSEN Releases Kit Espacio Seguro, Spanish-Language
April is National Poetry Month! This month marks the 20th anniversary of the celebration led by the American Academy of Poets, and GLSEN takes part by recognizing the remarkable contributions of LGBT poets to our literary culture. Read on
Media Contact:Kari HudnellMedia Relations ManagerKari.Hudnell@glsen.org646-388-6575  Teleflora Partners with GLSEN to Thank Teachers Everywhere this Teacher Appreciation Week (May 2 – 6) Show your appreciation for the
GLSEN Colorado is a chapter of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN). GLSEN chapters are community-based groups of people accredited as a GLSEN chapter, who work to bring GLSEN’s programs and visions to their communities
Media Contact:Kari HudnellMedia Relations Managerpress@glsen.org646-388-6575 GLSEN Responds to Court Ruling Upholding Nondiscrimination Protections  WASHINGTON (April 19, 2016) – GLSEN Director of Public Policy Nathan Smith
Last Friday was GLSEN's Day of Silence, when thousands of students across the country pledged to remain silent for the day to symbolize the silencing effect of anti-LGBT bullying and harassment. Alongside these students, supporters
Silence. That’s what I heard from my mother as I painted a cardboard sign that I would hang around my chest at school that day. She said nothing during my early-morning scramble to finish the sign, which had in bold red letters
April 15th 2015 is Day of Silence Need supplies and materials? Email
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