GLBTRC

Are you a current CSU student who is looking for employment with a visible, fast-paced department on campus?

Are you self-motivated with a deep passion for LGBTQ* rights and social justice?

Do you have work study?

 

If you answered "YES" to all of the above then, our team is looking for you!

We are now hiring for two student intern positions that will start in August 2015.

Details and an application here!

Questions?  Contact Aaric Guerriero at aaric.guerriero@colostate.edu

 

 

Aaric Guerriero

Aaric Guerriero arrives at Colorado State University from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside located in Kenosha, Wisconsin.  He spent 6 years there as the founding director of the LGBTQ Resource Center.  Previously, Aaric was the director of the Office of Gay and Lesbian Programs at Central Michigan University.  Aaric brings with him to CSU much passion, excitement, and commitment to creating a positive climate for GLBTQQA* students, faculty, and staff members.  He is excited to be a Ram, and is looking forward to connecting with as many of you as possible.

On a personal note, Aaric enjoys reading, experiencing local culture, and enjoying the great outdoors with his dog and best friend, Dot.  He is excited to be a part of the Fort Collins community and hopes to engage himself as much as possible in the campus.

Aaric holds a Bachelor of Applied Arts degree in Recreation, Sports, and Leisure Services from Central Michigan University, as well as a Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration with a Student Affairs emphasis from CMU as well.

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Visit our archive collection at Morgan Library on the 2nd Floor in Special Collections and Archives!

 

Dr. Maya Angelou once noted that “the more you know your history, the more liberated you are.” This is the power of Special Collections and Archives, and one of the driving forces behind my desire to establish the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, & Ally (GLBTQ2A) Resource Center Archive collection at Morgan Library. Our office had collected numerous papers and posters, documenting not only our office’s history on campus but also the diverse past of GLBTQ people as represented in northern Colorado, including the death of Matthew Shepard and the aftermath of his murder. As Director, it was important to me to preserve as much history as we could. 

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