Support Us

Home > NHPC News > Featured Articles > GLSEN Connecticut Searching for New Student Leaders

GLSEN Connecticut Searching for New Student Leaders

Published Sep 2, 2012

[an error occurred while processing this directive]

Edit page New page Hide edit links

GLSEN Jump-Start (1.3 MB)
For more GLSEN Jump-Start information, click on the flyer.

Are you a middle or high school student dedicated to preventing LGBT-related bullying/harassment at your school? Do you know any students who are determined to make their school a more inclusive and equitable place for LGBT students of color and their allies?  

Apply now to join our chapter’s Jump-Start Student Leadership Team!

Join GLSEN Connecticut’s Jump-Start Team and organize for respectful and inclusive learning environments for ALL students, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity/expression. 

To be eligible for the Jump-Start team, applicants must be enrolled in a grade 6-12 school. 

To learn more, please click here. To view the application, click here. For any general questions, please e-mail

Applications are due by October 15, 2012. Apply today!

Tags: featured articles


2 comment(s) on this page. Add your own comment below.

Sep 3, 2012 11:17am [ 1 ]

Thanks so much for posting this, NHPC, and including it in your newsletter. Our chapter knows we have so many great student leaders in this state, and we're so glad to have your help in finding them! :-D

Oct 22, 2012 8:24am [ 2 ]

Make sure a copy of this gets forwarded to Co-Op H.S. It's the arts high school and therefore has a LGBT population that could use this program. Despite the fact that they would be expected in an arts oriented school, there are still issues there some with homophobic faculty, administration and other staff.

Add a Comment

Please be civil.

(Use Markdown for formatting.)

This question helps prevent spam: