One Iowa provides a list of external and internal jobs and opportunities for LGBTQ Iowans and allies. Inclusion on our website does not warrant or imply any endorsement, recommendation, or outcome. You must fully vet each resource and ensure it’s still relevant and any deadlines haven’t passed.
Jobs & Committees
Able Up Iowa Seeking Committee Members
Able Up Iowa is recruiting individuals who have a passion for making a difference by sharing their thoughts and ideas about diversity, equity, and inclusion related to how and what Able Up Iowa does to fulfill its mission. This is also an opportunity for you to build your leadership skills, strengthen your confidence in speaking up, and build your knowledge of diversity and inclusion work – and we hope that committee members will have fun connecting with others in the community and within our organization!
Please email [email protected] for more information.
One Iowa volunteer opportunities
We are not hosting in-person events in 2021, so our need for volunteers is low. But we could always use help on social media getting the word out about our events, the work we do, and writing content! Reach out if you would be interested in writing blogs on LGBTQ+ issues, creating social media posts for Facebook and Twitter, helping with graphic design on Canva, or any other content creation.
Further, One Iowa often gets asked for resources of LGBTQ+ folks to speak on panels, at conferences, attend Zoom meetings, do interviews on relevant issues. If you would be willing to volunteer to share your lived experience if asked – please email Maddie at [email protected] to be put on the list.
Survey Participants & Seeking LGBTQ+ Help
This survey is designed to explore the issues of lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGBQ+) individuals, specifically examining psychological distress, well-being and the role of intrapersonal and interpersonal protective factors. Therefore, we are interested in the perspective of anyone who identifies as LGBQ+. Our study has been approved by the University at Buffalo Institutional Review Board. Participation in this online study will take approximately 30 minutes. The survey is completely voluntary, and you can choose to participate or withdraw at any time throughout the process.
If you have any questions about this study, please contact me at [email protected]