San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Pride has established a first-ever, paid internship position for a high school senior as part of its resolution to further involve LGBT youth into the long-term planning of Pride's annual celebrations. The position, which partly involves direct outreach into the youth community, sponsorship involvement and volunteer training, begins in January and runs until the end of August with the possibility of an extension.
Qualified candidates must be in their senior year in high school and able to work through the Pride office for up to 30 hours per week in late spring and early summer, and 5 to 10 hours per week in winter and fall.
Pride's board of directors recently passed a resolution that reaffirms its commitment to take on additional youth representation within the organization to increase wider youth involvement.
"The voice of teenage youth is an integral part of the everyday planning process for our annual events," said Ron deHarte, executive director of San Diego LGBT Pride. "The internship program is yet another growth step of the organization."
The selected candidate for 2007 will enjoy frontline exposure in the LGBT community and related events while gaining a professional understanding of the daily operations inside the Pride organization. Course credit for the internship will depend on the policies of the particular academic institution the student is attending. Applicants are required to complete a parental consent form and sign a confidentiality agreement.
How will Christians Respond to the San Diego Gay Pride's
Assault On The Young Kids of Our City?
In Thy Tender Care by Kathy Lawrence
Will You Lend Your Name To Our Public Campaign
To Protect The Kids Of San Diego and STOP
San Diego Gay Pride From Bringing Minors Into
Its Pornographic Enterprises?
We Plan A Major Campaign To Stop San Diego Gay Pride In 2007!
This Campaign Will Be Called:
"Protecting Kids - Our Highest Goal:
San Diego Gay Pride - Leave The Kids Alone!"
We want to flood San Diego City Hall with emails, phone calls,
city council speeches and a major boycott of all businesses that are
sponsoring San Diego Gay Pride events.
This is our hour, our finest hour, to let the kids of San Diego
and America know that true Christians love them
and will fight for them!
We need you to agree to let us use your name on our campaign
Individual Name Sponsors
Married Couple Sponsors
Church Name Sponsors
Business Name Sponsors
Organization Name Sponsors
Church Pastor Sponsors
And we need hundreds to turn out for our various
city council meetings.
It is time to take our culture back from those that want to harm
It is time to tell San Diego Gay Pride:
"Drop The Candy and Back Away From the School Bus!"
Please respond ASAP!
James Hartline, Director
The "Not On My Watch!" Team.
You can now read the amazing life and death struggle James Hartline fought to leave the homosexual lifestyle. This 23 page booklet will help you understand the battle he waged and how he survived through his relationship with Jesus Christ. This is a powerful tool for anyone who wants to understand that it is possible to be free from the sin of homosexuality. If James can do it, anyone can do it! "Broken Rainbow - After The Gay Life Isn't Gay Anymore."
You can now obtain your copy of the great testimonial booklet
by James Hartline entitled:
"Broken Rainbow - After The Gay Life Isn't Gay Anymore."
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P.O. Box 632763
San Diego, CA. 92163
Praying To Save Our Friends In Hillcrest, San Diego's Gay Community