Editor

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PRISM relies on the dedicated contributions of volunteers to further its initiatives. Part of this work is in the form of 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. Editors do not receive a paycheck, but they do receive the satisfaction that they are helping an organization for LGBT youth. There is potential for a paid position in the future.


Editors have the following responsibilities:

  • 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 proofreading and editing.