POC Advocates Director

Our POC Advocates Director oversees all POC-related initiatives organized by PRISM. Comprised of people with lived experiences facing racial bias and discrimination, they also lead discussions based on race and the issues that come about from systemic oppression.

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PRISM relies on the dedicated contributions of volunteers to further its initiatives. POC Advocates Directors oversee our POC Advocates Task Force. POC Advocates Directors 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.


POC Advocates Directors have the following responsibilities:

  • Contact new volunteer applicants to provide more information about opportunities

  • Guide new volunteers through the process of completing volunteer applications if they have not already

  • Provide necessary information to volunteers about task forces, community service, upcoming events, etc

  • Coordinate community service and attendance logs with other Task Force Managers and Volunteer Managers

  • Complete necessary paperwork for volunteers

  • Develop and oversee the operations of the POC Advocates Task Force (Educational resources, support groups, discussions surrounding race, QPOC outreach programs, etc)

It is greatly preferred that applicants have experience with one or more of the following:

  • Volunteer management

  • Networking

  • Racial topics (black history, Latinx history, AAPI history, etc)

  • LGBT issues

  • Gender and sexuality

  • Mental health

  • Youth services.