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Volunteer With NAGLY

NAGLY offers a variety of opportunities for both youth and adults to volunteer with us.  Please take a look at the lists below.   If you're interested in volunteering for or knowing more about a position, contact the staff member listed.  If you have another idea for volunteering, please contact one of the staff members listed.  

All volunteers at NAGLY must undergo an interview, training session, and CORI (criminal record check) check.   The latter is required by state law for volunteers working in a situation where there are youth present.

Apply to:

Tony Leone, Program Director

General Volunteers

General volunteers to help out at NAGLY in various roles. This is an adult or teen position.

Potential volunteers should also take a look at our other volunteer opportunities below to see if a specific position appeals to them. If not, we always need general volunteer help.

Front Desk Staff

Front desk staff are the first face that people see when they enter the NAGLY Center, welcoming guests and youth. They also serve as customer service for our small store called Pride Place Market. In that capacity, volunteers assist customers and make sales using our easy-to-use point-of-sale system. Finally, front desk staff provide general information, to guests, about NAGLY as an organization. This is an adult or youth position.

Event Volunteers

Event Volunteers help organize annual and one-time events.  This an adult or teen position.

Outreach Volunteers

Outreach volunteers promote awareness of NAGLY's programs and events and provide training in interactions with LGBTQIA+ youth. The Outreach Team works primarily off-site visiting schools, businesses, medical facilities, etc. This is an adult position.

Peer Leader Trainees

Peer Leaders Trainees observe, learn, and help Peer Leaders and Adult Advisors to facilitate youth meetings and events. Within the Middle School group, they provide necessary assistance to the Peer Leaders and Adult Advisors on duty as well as develop the necessary skills to become Peer Leaders for the older age group. For Peer Leaders Trainees in the age 14-23 age group, this serves as a path to leading NAGLY youth in regular activities, including group meetings, events, and social gatherings.  This is a teen position.

Graphic Designers

Graphic designers create visual content for NAGLY's website and social media platforms as well as for literature, announcements, posters, and press releases. Adult or youth position.

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