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These folx have some real fine attention to detail. Editors make sure the articles on PRISM's site are pristine and free of errors.

Part of our work is creating educational resources for LGBTQ+ youth and queer people of color. Editors ensure the highest quality of PRISM's articles, social media captions, and other forms of written work.


  • Review articles, captions, and other tasks for spelling, grammatical, punctuation, or formatting errors

  • Ensure that educational topics are conveyed in a well-formatted, easy-to-read manner

  • Maintain accuracy of information provided, both through peer-editing and continuous review of published resources

While not required, it is preferred that Editors have prior exposure to information regarding one or more of the following:

  • Sexual health

  • LGBT issues

  • Racial topics

  • Black history/culture

  • LatinX history/culture

  • Asian history/culture

  • LGBT history

Editors should also have experience in proofreading and editing.  Editors are assessed in their technical abilities prior to hiring through various mock tasks.

PRISM pays a specified amount for each piece created, which may vary from project to project.