Youth Opportunities

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Free Mental Health Tools for LGBTQ+ Youth

imi is a free, digital, science-backed mental health web tool for queer teens to learn coping skills, hear stories from real LGBTQ+ teens, and explore resources that affirm queer identities and boost mental health.

Click below for details and to access imi for free.

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Trans-Friendly Salons & Barber Shops


Strands For Trans is bringing gays, straights, women, men, anyone, together to create more trans-friendly barbershops and hair salons. If you're a customer, search for a trans-friendship shop or salon. If you're a barber or stylist, join in and let’s help this community feel welcome.


The Theater Offensive


The Theater Offensive mounts and produces festivals and individual productions by national and local queer performers, and also serves as a development environment for new theatrical work.  

They have a variety of programs throughout the year.  Check out their website below for more information.


Camp Lightbulb


Camp Lightbulb offers camps to LGBTQ+ youth.  They've gone virtual to keep LGBTQ+ youth connected no matter where they call home. 

Click below for more information and to find out what upcoming camps that they're offering.


Free Online Library of Audiobooks and Ebooks


OverDrive is an online library where you can check out audiobooks and ebooks for free.  OverDRive has a wide variety of books, but Candid for OverDrive has a selection of books for "diversity, equality, and inclusion".  To use OverDrive, you'll just need a free, public library account.  If you don't have one contact, your local public library.  To get started with OverDrive, click below.

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Resources for LGBTQ+ Students Getting Ready for College

To make college a little easier, here's a guide of resources for LGBTQ+ students in higher education, including scholarships, resources, clubs, anti-bullying hotlines and more. For anyone considering themselves to be somewhere along the gender, sexuality, or romanticism spectrum, this is some helpful information such as ways to make the college campus feel more inclusive and less homophobic and some top resources for LGBTQ students going to or getting ready for college.

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Check Out Logo's
Trans Youth Town Halls


Logo’s first Trans Youth Town Hall will highlight the voices of trans and nonbinary young people in conversations moderated by writer and activist Raquel Willis. With additional input from expert panelists Chase Strangio (the ACLU), Jen Richards (Disclosure, Tales of the City), and Dominique Morgan (The Okra Project, Black & Pink), this three-part digital video series will showcase what brings trans youth joy; what is standing in the way of their joy; and what we all can do to help.

  • TYTH Part 1 | School & Sports

  • TYTH Part 2 | Health & Safety

  • TYTH Part 3 | Representation & Identity

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Join the NAGLY
Outreach Team


Youth are invited to join NAGLY's Outreach Team  

  • Represent NAGLY at events, outings, and workshops

  • Develop organizational and public speaking skills

  • Share your stories and experiences

  • Build relationships with Community Partners

  • Participate in valuable trainings

  • And more!

Contact Tony Leone at if you're interested.

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Q Chat Groups


Q Chat Space provides online discussion groups for LGBTQ+ teens ages 13 to 19. It is not a forum. It is live and chat based; there is no video or audio. Everyone is chatting during the same pre-scheduled time.

Conversations are facilitated by experienced staff who work at LGBTQ+ centers around the country.

For more information and to get started click below.

Q Chat is a collaboration of Center Link, PFLAG, and Planned Parenthood

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Check Out the

Queer Teen Podcast


Listen on:

or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Scholarships for LGBTQ+ Cybersecurity Students 


Cybersecurity scholarships for LGBTQIA+ students can help offset the costs of college. In addition to paying for tuition, some scholarships can be used for books, costs of living, and travel. Other scholarship benefits may include mentorship, networking opportunities, and professional memberships.

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for LGBTQ+ Students


There are numerous scholarship opportunities for LGBTQ students. This comprehensive guide covers everything from common questions about the application process to Title IX and LGBTQ-friendly colleges.

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Watch "How Life Is: Queer Youth Animated"


Watch "How Life Is: Queer Youth Animated", a special 10-episode short film series. The films cover the experiences that LGBTQIA+ youth navigate, such as coming out, blended families, relationships, peer acceptance, homophobia, parity, and more.

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Blogs For and By LGBTQ+ Youth


Check out the Youth Voices Blog, an online blog for LGBTQ+ youth by LGBTQ+ youth. Youth Voices exists to share the perspective of the world from the eyes of today’s queer youth through various forms of media.  Click below to head to their site.

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Watch "Queer Youth Changing the World" Series on YouTube


“Out in Front: Queer Youth Changing the World” is the new "It Gets Better Project" docu-series that offers a look into the lives of five LGBTQ+ activists who are using their voices to champion a better tomorrow.  Click the button below to watch.